During the Second World War, many women from Ulster enlisted in the ranks of the Auxiliary Territorial Service or A.T.S. the women's branch of the British Army.
On 4th February 1943, Lieutenant J.R. Bainbridge accompanied members of No. 12 and 33 Provost Company, A.T.S. in Northern Ireland showing their daily activities.
In 1941, Sergeant Staff Major Mabel Kathleen Twist of Belfast was named by Chief Controller Jean Knox as "the smartest woman in the A.T.S."
© 2023 WartimeNI | Design & Development: Scott Edgar | Hosted by: Big Wet Fish