Members Of Australian Women's Auxiliary

(Original Caption) 1943-Melbourne, Australia: Members of the A.W.A.S. (Australian Women's Auxiliary Service), counterpart of America's WAACS, shown in a snappy marching formation during a review held at a signal corps graduation here recently. They are shown "eyes-right-ing" for Major General Cannon.
(Original Caption) 1943-Melbourne, Australia: Members of the A.W.A.S. (Australian Women's Auxiliary Service), counterpart of America's WAACS, shown in a snappy marching formation during a review held at a signal corps graduation here recently. They are shown "eyes-right-ing" for Major General Cannon.
Members Of Australian Women's Auxiliary
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Credit:
Bettmann / Contributor
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514697764
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Bettmann
Date created:
01 January, 1943
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