Tag: ww2

Bomb Girls

“Bomb Girls” is a book which tells the intimate and unforgettable personal stories of a group of women whose hard work and quiet courage helped Britain win WW2. They are the unsung heroines of WW2, the wives, mothers and teenage girls who worked in munitions factories to make explosives, shells, bullets and bombs. One such […]

Blantyre Women’s Volunteer Service

  Occasionally, I read about organisations that were short lived in Blantyre, or set up specifically for a cause during a short time. One such example of this was during WW2, when a women’s group was formed in Blantyre for the purposes of assisting with war efforts. I absolutely must include such commendable wartime actions […]