Women volunteering during World War II
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'The army that Hitler forgot,' is finally remembered

Known as "the army that Hitler forgot," the million women who joined the voluntary service have been largely unrecognised, until now.

The crucial role they played is to be celebrated in a new digital exhibition, with a collection of photographs and diaries.

Tim Muffet reports.

  • 09 Jun 2016
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