The Women's Royal Australian Army Corps

Australia, 1960

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The life and work of servicewomen in the WRAAC shows them as signal and survey corps personnel, as drivers, storeswomen and caterers, and in a variety of office jobs. Many courses are available through which they may become officers. The type of accommodation provided and after-hours recreations available.

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