Barrage Balloons

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WAAFS involved at RAF Chigwell in making and servicing Barrage Balloons Women In History, British History, Second World, First World, Ww2 Women, Army Women, Retro Photography, Royal Marines, Female Hero

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - 1945..+ all fields of WWII - Page 303

A WAAF worker being pulled out of a barrage balloon she was repairing, March, 1940. #BritishHistory #WomensHistory #WWII

Britain at War & WAAF on a march past Women's History, British History, Ww2 Women, Royal Air Force, Vintage Magazines, Working Woman, World War Two, Troops, Wwii

Homeware, Garden & Offers As Seen In Paper

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Seymour at KFXM, March On air personality, Bruce Chandler pops out from behind Seymour's portable slimey wall: His Popup Van. Original caption on KFXM's newletter was: "Shy Bruce Chandler will do anything to get Seymour's autograph". Canadian Soldiers, The Blitz, Female Soldier, Battle Of Britain, Royal Air Force, Second World, Women In History, Dieselpunk, Armed Forces

Soldiers Photos of - Eating, Drinking, Sleeping, Girls - Page 135

WAAF-Barrage Balloon

In January 1941 it was suggested that the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) could take over the operation of barrage balloons, thereby releasing men for front-line duties. Magazine Pictures, Out Of Focus, Female Soldier, Persecution, Life Magazine, Photojournalism, Vintage Photographs, Great Britain, Wwii

Humphrey Spender Picture Post June 13th 1942- WAAF

Original Picture Post Magazine containing Humphrey Spender's photographs of the WAAFs barrage balloon operators. In 1942, WAAFs were tasked with taking over jobs previously done by the Army and the RAF.

Photo of my grandmother and her bestie as WAAF during WWII Ww2 Women, Royal Air Force, Aeroplanes, Larp, Organizations, Wwii, Besties, 1940s, Warriors

Photo of my grandmother and her bestie as WAAF during WWII

my grandmother told me that barrage balloons were silvery, and I never saw it until this photo. 1940s Woman, The Blitz, British History, World War Two, Balloons, Black And White, Ww2, Britain, Weapons

my grandmother told me that barrage balloons were silvery, and I never saw it until this photo.