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http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

The Honourable Evelina Haverfield founder of the Womens Emergency Corps in 1914 formed the WVR as a uniformed offshoot that same year.It was one of the earliest wartime women's organisations to be founded. The Women's Volunteer Reserve was sponsored by the Marchioness of Londonderry, the Marchioness of Titchfield and the Countess of Pembroke and Montgomery.

The Honourable Evelina Haverfield founder of the Womens Emergency Corps in 1914 formed the WVR as a uniformed offshoot that same year.It was one of the earliest wartime women's organisations to be founded. The Women's Volunteer Reserve was sponsored by the Marchioness of Londonderry, the Marchioness of Titchfield and the Countess of Pembroke and Montgomery.

Daisy Harriman (1870-1967), parading in New York, wearing a Red Cross uniform. During the World War I, she organized the American Red Cross Women's Motor Corps and directed them in France. Ca. 1917-18.

Daisy Harriman 1870-1967, Parading

Daisy Harriman (1870-1967), parading in New York, wearing a Red Cross uniform. During the World War I, she organized the American Red Cross Women's Motor Corps and directed them in France. Ca. 1917-18.

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

http://fany.org.uk/public/FANY_WW1_Overview_Pdf.pdf | WWI | FANY (PRVC) - Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps

Women's Auxiliary Army Corps members, France, during World War I. This photograph, which is attributed to Tom Aitken, shows a group of women from the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) on the beach beside a town in France. Five of the women are wearing their uniform overcoats and hats. The other three are in swimsuits. The WAAC was established in January 1917 to replace men in some non-combatant roles such as clerks, telephonists or cooks.

Women's Auxiliary Army Corps members, France, during World War I. This photograph, which is attributed to Tom Aitken, shows a group of women from the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) on the beach beside a town in France. Five of the women are wearing their uniform overcoats and hats. The other three are in swimsuits. The WAAC was established in January 1917 to replace men in some non-combatant roles such as clerks, telephonists or cooks.

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