Women who went to War

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Running Time 60 minutes
Screen Ratio 16 x 9
Audio Stereo
Picture Colour / BW
Format SD
Director Robert Garofalo
Narrator Sir John Mills
Year of Production 2001
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In 1939, women made up more than half of the population – a proportion which grew, of course, as more and more men went abroad on active service.   It is important to realise that ‘the part women played in the war’ was not just about the things they did specially.   Everything that happened on the Home Front happened at least equally to women; women were involved in almost EVERY aspect of the war.

Includes Delivery Pilots, members of the WAAF, the WRENs, the Land Army, Ambulance Drivers, Nurses.Women that manned the Anti – Aircraft guns in the ATS; and those that served in ULTRA decoding enemy messages.  This is a memoir of their own personal accounts.

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Presented by Sir John Mills

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