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Women in the British Army in Afghanistan photographed by Alison Baskerville - Telegraph

Women in the British Army in Afghanistan photographed by Alison Baskerville - Telegraph

World War 2: Underwear and uniform.  Advice on suitable underwear for women wearing uniform for the first time.

World War 2: Underwear and uniform

World War 2: Underwear and uniform. Advice on suitable underwear for women wearing uniform for the first time.

WOMEN PORTRAYING SOLDIERS - What it takes to be a Man

WOMEN PORTRAYING SOLDIERS - What it takes to be a Man

Women in the British Army in Afghanistan photographed by Alison Baskerville - Telegraph

Women in the British Army in Afghanistan photographed by Alison Baskerville

Women in the British Army in Afghanistan photographed by Alison Baskerville - Telegraph

Diana, Princess of Wales chose a white military jacket with gold frogging for the Sandhurst Military Academy Passing Out Parade in April 1987

Diana, Princess of Wales chose a white military jacket with gold frogging for the Sandhurst Military Academy Passing Out Parade in April 1987

"Spitfire women of the Second World War. When I was very young, I used to have vivid dreams about being one of these women."

Air Transport Auxiliary women to be honoured

"Spitfire women of the Second World War. When I was very young, I used to have vivid dreams about being one of these women."

Elizabeth "Lee" Miller (1907-1977) was an acclaimed war correspondent and photographer for Vogue during World War II, covering events such as the London Blitz, the liberation of Paris, and the concentration camps at Buchenwald and Dachau.

Lee Miller: the woman in Hitler’s bathtub

Elizabeth "Lee" Miller (1907-1977) was an acclaimed war correspondent and photographer for Vogue during World War II, covering events such as the London Blitz, the liberation of Paris, and the concentration camps at Buchenwald and Dachau.

WRENS, who as young women helped crack Hitler’s secret codes by operating the Colossus computer, meet once again at Bletchley Park after seeing their picture in The Telegraph. Codebreakers (left to right) Lorna Cockayne, Margaret Kelly, Joanna Chorley (wheelchair), Margaret O'Connell, Margaret Mortimer and Betty Warwick, with a working Colossus machine in the background.

Female codebreakers reunited at Bletchley Park

WRENS, who as young women helped crack Hitler’s secret codes by operating the Colossus computer, meet once again at Bletchley Park after seeing their picture in The Telegraph. Codebreakers (left to right) Lorna Cockayne, Margaret Kelly, Joanna Chorley (wheelchair), Margaret O'Connell, Margaret Mortimer and Betty Warwick, with a working Colossus machine in the background.

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