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Womens Army Auxillary Force

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Tony Report 8 Feb 2013 23:36

Reggie - thanks again will give it a go


Reggie Report 8 Feb 2013 22:33

Worth a shot.............if you can give details of when she died, and confirm that she didn't have children, you should stand a pretty good chance


Tony Report 8 Feb 2013 20:36

Reggie - thanks for the information. My relative is now deceased but as her nephew I am the closest living relative. Just wondering if this will get me access.


Reggie Report 7 Feb 2013 16:42

WW2 service records are not available except to proven next of kin.

They cost £30.00

But........the WAAF was the Women's Auxiliary Air Force........nothing to do with the Army.

The Army equivalent was the ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) which later became the WRAC


Tony Report 7 Feb 2013 16:23

Help please as to where I can find information on a relative who served in the 2nd World War with the WAAF. Is there a central registry? I only know her name and date of birth.