The Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps was set up in 1917 to augment and assist the hitherto exclusively male British Army, buckling under the strain of four years of war. More than 50,000 QMAAC women served in France and Flanders in administrative and service capacities in the last year of the war – though none were in front line combat zones. (The last QMAAC veteran died as recently as 2008). Historically important a marking a major milestone in the role of women in the British Army, this is the Corps rule book – the ‘Kings regs’ for the ‘Queen’s Corps’.
War Office 1918
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2009 N&M Press reprint (original pub 1918). SB. 136pp.