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British Newspaper Archive

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kira112 Report 21 Nov 2017 14:20

My mother served in the ATS WW2 I dont know when she joined but was serving 1943 as stated on her marriage certificate PHYLLIS HARTLEY b.Sept 1921 lived in New Crofton Wakefield W Yorks would love to know where she served what she did I have searched on Forces War Records site with no luck could anyone help please


KathleenBell Report 21 Nov 2017 16:24

WW2 service records are still with the MOD and not online. Have a look here to see how to apply for them (cost £30 and can take several months to arrive):-

Kath. x


kira112 Report 21 Nov 2017 18:17

Thankyou Kathleen


Ron2 Report 24 Nov 2017 19:02

Have you goggled "ATS"? There was or possibly is an ATS site tyho I dont have details as used it few years back