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Women's Auxiliary Service (Burma)

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Women's Auxiliary Service (Burma)

A WAS(B) canteen at Nasik
The Women’s Auxiliary Service (Burma) (WSA(B)) was formed on January 16, 1942 and disbanded in 1946. The WAS(B)s were a group of British and Australian women who manned Mobile Canteens for the troops of Burma Command in World War II. They moved through Burma with the References
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