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Author: BIGLAND, EILEEN
Title: Britain's Other Army: The Story of the A.T. S.
Description: Nicholson and Watson. 1946, 1st Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket. 190 pages (complete). Printed according the post-war economy standards. The Auxiliary Territorial Service has long been regarded as the unjustly, unsung 'regiment for women' during the Second World War. This despite Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II) and Mary Churchill (later Mary Soames) being members. The ATS was merged into the WRAC in 1949, but it's contribution to the war effort was central - as is described in this essential history. The cover is much worn and torn. It has shelving and handling marks about it. The board cover is dignified and resolute. It has wear and discolouration to the edges; there are shelf depressions at the corners and shelf pulls and wear to the head and foot of the spine. Otherwise it is strong and sure. The contents are clear, firmly affixed, clean, neat and smart. fk. Good/Poor.
Price: US$ 85.00 Seller: Chapter 1
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