Dr Alastair Massie shares fascinating stories from the Women’s Royal Army Corps collection.
On 1 February 1949 the Women's Royal Army Corps (WRAC) was founded, allowing women to serve in a wide range of army roles. After the WRAC disbanded in 1992, the National Army Museum took over its collection.
Join Alastair as he draws on official documentation, photographs and other personal items to share fascinating stories from the archive.
Dr Alastair Massie is the Head of Academic Access at the National Army Museum.