Britannia's Daughters: The Story of the WRNS

TitleBritannia's Daughters: The Story of the WRNS
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1992
AuthorsMason, Ursula Stuart
Number of Pages192
PublisherLeo Cooper

The Women's Royal Naval Service was formed in 1917 when the call was for volunteers to release a man for sea service. At the peak there were over 5,000 women serving in Britain and overseas, but efforts to maintain the service in peace time were unsuccessful, and it was to be 1939, when the Second World War threatened, before the Wrens were reformed. This is their story, often told in their own words.

Short TitleBritannia's Daughters
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