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ats Llandudno ww2

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sandra Report 22 Jul 2018 02:10

A member of the ATS who married in 1945 was reported in the local paper as returning to her base in Llandudno after her honeymoon. Does anyone know where this would have been and what she may have been doing there?


PatinCyprus Report 22 Jul 2018 10:12

There were many jobs done by the woman of the ATS. My mother rewired damaged tanks. Woman took jobs normally done by men to free them to fight. She may have done clerical work, been a driver or helped on ack-ack guns for e.g.

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They should be able to tell you what military bases were in the area during WW2 to give you some idea.

If you want the complete info military records after 1922 are still with the MOD. They have to be ordered and cost £30. You don't need the service number but it does help, if you haven't got it the DOB usually identifies the person.