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A Woman's War

Last weekend we visited the Lee Miller exhibition ‘A Woman’s War’ at the Imperial War Museum.

One photo that particularly caught our eye was… 319 more words

New Exhibition for 2016: "Women of RAF Defford - Heroines of Croome at War" at RAF Defford Museum

RAF Defford, the secret airfield with buildings in the grounds of Croome Park, was the centre where British airborne radar, based on the inventions of the scientists at Malvern, was tested, developed and proven by flying trials, during the Second World War and after.  154 more words

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Part 37 Please read The Making of Modern White English Women – a handbook

Ten Years Later, Day One, The Tracing Room, Woodley Aerodrome, 1963

Gin followed Miss Turnbull, her new administrator into Miles Aeronautic’s tracing room for the first time. 736 more words

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Please read part 35 The Making of Modern White English Women – a handbook

Gin – Post-War

Special Operations Executive HQ, Baker Street, January, 1946

The last time she’d entered a grey, foggy Baker Street in 1944, there were guards on every street corner, but now, the front door of the Special Operations Executive HQ yawned wide open, and no one appeared concerned about Virginia Aspinall wandering into their headquarters armed with debriefing papers. 590 more words

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Part 34 READ The Making of Modern White English Women – a handbook

Persuaded by Frankie O’Donnell to visit Temple Lucy manor where the WAAF are billeted, Jack soon forgets he’s supposed to be building tank traps on the beach. 786 more words

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Part 30 READ The Making of Modern White English Women – a handbook

Jack has run away from wartime Temple Lucy where the villagers were preparing for evacuation, but how long will his one-man rebellion last, and what forces are being aligned against him? 1,924 more words

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The Making of Modern White English Women - the TV mini-series

In Pinterest, I’ve created boards for some main characters in my novel, The Making of Modern White English Women – a handbook.

It’s a bit of fun to show the characters as I imagine them being played on-screen. 19 more words

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