Women's Emergency Corps
The Women's Emergency Corps was a service organisation founded in 1914 by Evelina Haverfield, Decima Moore, and the Women's Social and Political Union to contribute to the war effort of the United Kingdom in World War I. The corps was intended to train woman doctors, nurses and motorcycle messengers. The Corps later evolved into the Women's Volunteer Reserve.
- Air Transport Auxiliary
- Australian Women's Land Army
- Canary girls
- Home front during World War II
- Rosie the Riveter
- Victory garden
- Women's Auxiliary Air Force
- Women's Land Army
- "Women's Emergency Corps". Spartacus Educational. Retrieved 2017-05-16.
- Baker, Chris. "Women and the British Army in the First World War". The Long, Long Trail. Chris Baker. Section: "The Women’s Volunteer Reserve".
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