THE UNKNOWN GIRL BEHIND THE SEA BATTLE: THE WORK OF THE WOMEN'S ROYAL NAVAL SERVICE, 1942
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Wren Unknown leaves the Supply Ship at HMS EAGLET, her arms laden with the items she has bought. Two sailors watch her as she leaves, smiling at the large load. According to the original caption, they 'make the usual naval joke "more slops than that". Translation: more clothes than enough'.
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