WRNS


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WRNS

abbreviation for
(Military) Women's Royal Naval Service. See also Wren1
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Formed in 1917 for the First World War, the WRNS was disbanded in 1919 and revived in 1939 at the beginning of the Second World War.
Ahead of the re-opening of the bunker as a tourist attraction, Big Heritage wants to roll out the red carpet for any WRNS or WAAFs who are still alive.
The clubhouse was conceived as an inviting living room for the neighborhood," says WRNS Studio.
Royal Navy members all over the world celebrate the memory of Admiral Lord Nelson and his victory at the Battle of Trafalgar, and the Cleveland WRNS W thought it would be a fitting tribute to their comrade Peggy.
30am MGVA, WRNS, 7pm Submariners; Thurs closed; Parachute Regiment Assn and Airborne Forces: Meets first Wed of month at 12.
After school, she joined the WRNS and married Richard Hough, the biographer, with whom she had five children.
I worked there from 1938-1942, when I left to join the WRNS.
After retiring from the WRNS in 1961, Jean from Halifax, Yorkshire, set up a gift shop in Plymouth, then spent time travelling the world.
ANSWERS: 1 Harrow; 2 Mali; 3 They have all been pictured on pounds 20 notes; 4 Florida; 5 China; 6 Franz Beckenbauer; 7 Irish; 8 WRNS or Wrens; 9 The guinea; 10 The Midland Bank.
The WRNS and WRAF were recommissioned in the late 1930s, along with the new Auxiliary Territorial Service, whose 250,000 members provided support to the Army.