Women in the war: the Canadian Women’s Army Corps in the Department of National Defence’s archives — Library and Archives Canada Blog

By Rebecca Murray

March 2022 marked the 80th anniversary of the incorporation of the Canadian Women’s Army Corps (CWAC) into the Canadian Army. The CWAC was first formed in the summer of 1941 as an auxiliary organization. Like their compatriots in the Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service, CWAC members served across Canada and around the world during the Second World War. You can read more about the formation and history of the CWAC in my colleague’s post.

Women in the war: the Canadian Women’s Army Corps in the Department of National Defence’s archives

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