Wartime Womens Royal Naval Service recruitment poster / The WRNS, popularly and officially known as the Wrens, was the women's branch of the Royal Navy. First formed in 1917 for WWI, it was disbanded in 1919, then revived in 1939 at the beginning of World War II and remained active until integrated into the Royal Navy in 1993.

Recruiting poster for the WRNS; Recruiting poster for the Women’s Royal Naval Service (WRNS), designed by Joyce Dennys, c.

Naval Doctors, Nurses and Orderlies. Great War.

Hi, Does anyone know how I could find out about a nurse at the Royal Marines Infirmary in Deal, Kent just before and maybe during WWI? Her name was Mabel Ad.

Captain Meux. Our Corcoran.

Caricature of Captain Hedworth Lambton, later Admiral the Hon Sir Hedworth Meux, in The caption read "HMS Powerful". Published in Vanity Fair, 28 June

Sailors Messing at Christmas, Great War.

climbing-down-bokor: “Christmas With The Royal Navy In Scotland 1915 ”