British Women's Royal Naval Service Officer Files 1917-1919

Was your ancestor a Wren? Did she serve as an officer in the Women’s Royal Naval Service in WW1. The WRNS or Wrens as they were both familiarly and officially known, were set up to take over shore work that was keeping men from active service. They took over not just cooking and driving duties but also working as telegraph operators, code experts and clerks.


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