UK Commemorates WW2 Servicewomen

UK commemorates WW2 Servicewomen

On the morning of 11th May 1943, the biggest loss of female army life in British history took place, when twenty-six servicewomen were killed by bombs dropped by enemy Focke-Wulf fighter planes on their quarters in Great Yarmouth. Only one woman survived, and the youngest killed, Private Lilian Grimmer, was just 18 years old. 80 …

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