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Personnel of the Canadian Women’s Army Corps crossing the Alexandre III bridge, Paris, France, 15 October 1944.

Personnel of the Canadian Women’s Army Corps crossing the Alexandre III bridge, Paris, France, 15 October 1944.

Marion Laura Wong (Mah) enlisted with the CWAC (Canadian Women’s Army Corps) in Vancouver, British Columbia where she was employed as a teletype keyboard operator. She was the only Chinese Canadian woman working in the Vancouver barracks of the Royal Canadian Signal Corps, then stationed out of the old Vancouver Hotel ~

Marion Laura Wong (Mah) enlisted with the CWAC (Canadian Women’s Army Corps) in Vancouver, British Columbia where she was employed as a teletype keyboard operator. She was the only Chinese Canadian woman working in the Vancouver barracks of the Royal Canadian Signal Corps, then stationed out of the old Vancouver Hotel ~

Sergeant Karen M. Hermiston of the Canadian WOmen's Army Corps (C.W.A.C.), who is holding an Anniversary Speed Graphic camera, London, England, 15 November 1945.

Sergeant Karen M. Hermiston of the Canadian WOmen's Army Corps (C.W.A.C.), who is holding an Anniversary Speed Graphic camera, London, England, 15 November 1945.

Sergeant Karen M. Hermiston of the Canadian WomenÕs Army Corps (C.W.A.C.), who is holding an Anniversary Speed Graphic camera, London, England, 15 November 1945.

Sergeant Karen M. Hermiston of the Canadian WomenÕs Army Corps (C.W.A.C.), who is holding an Anniversary Speed Graphic camera, London, England, 15 November 1945.

African-American US Army nurses 2nd Lt Prudence Burns, 2nd Lt Elcena Townscent, and a 3rd nurse treating Sgt Lawrence McKreever at 268th Station Hospital, Base A, Milne Bay, New Guinea, 22 Jun 1944

[Photo] African-American US Army nurses 2nd Lt Prudence Burns, 2nd Lt Elcena Townscent, and a 3rd nurse treating Sgt Lawrence McKreever at 268th Station Hospital, Base A, Milne Bay, New Guinea, 22 Jun 1944

African-American US Army nurses 2nd Lt Prudence Burns, 2nd Lt Elcena Townscent, and a 3rd nurse treating Sgt Lawrence McKreever at 268th Station Hospital, Base A, Milne Bay, New Guinea, 22 Jun 1944

Allied servicemen stop to hand out sweets to Dutch children during the Allied liberation of the Netherlands, summer 1944.

Allied servicemen stop to hand out sweets to Dutch children during the Allied liberation of the Netherlands, summer 1944.

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