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VE Day Victory Parade- ATS Marching
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VE Day Victory Parade- ATS Marching

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VE Day Victory Parade- ATS Marching
V-day procession - Lumbers Collection
Women in uniform (ATS) processing down street, mayor looks on with others
1/4 Glass plate negative
Lumbers 126.1962

Negatives Collection, Leicestershire Record Office

The Auxiliary Territorial Service was the women's branch of the British Army during World War 2. Although barred from the battlefield, ATS troops worked as mechanics, searchlight operators, military police and emergency services. By VE Day the ATS boasted over 190,000 members.
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