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ATS At The Wheel WWII

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[RESERVED] Original vintage World War Two propaganda poster - ATS At The Wheel - featuring a black and white photograph of an ATS worker in uniform looking around from driving an military vehicle with barrage balloons / blimps flying against the dark blue sky background, the bold title text in red and white stylised lettering with the message below reading - Ceaselessly new vehicles roll off the production lines. Army units await them, the ATS deliver them. The ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1938-1949) was the women's branch of the British Army during WW2. The first women recruited to the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) worked as cooks, clerks and storekeepers. As time went on the range of duties expanded and women served as office, mess and telephone orderlies, drivers, postal workers, ammunition inspectors and signal operators. By June 1945, there were over 190,000 members of the ATS from all across the British Empire and Commonwealth. Printed for H.M. Stationery Office by Field and Sons Ltd, Bradford. Good condition, restored folds, restored tears, minor staining, backed on linen.

Country
UK
Year
1940
Style
War Posters
Artist
Beverley Pick
Size (cm)
75x50
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