Photocopied ts memoir (172pp) covering initially her early life in Nottingham and employment as a teacher of horticulture (1914 - 1939) with good references to involvement in the ARP and Civil Air Guard (1938 - 1939) but concentrating principally on her distinguished career in the WAAF/WRAF, September 1939 - November 1959, (with ultimate rank of Wing Officer) based at RAF Hucknall, 1939 - 1940, after commissioning at RAF Wyton, 1940 - 1941, at the radar station RAF Branscombe, May - June 1941, at the Balloon Centre Bowlee, 1941 - 1943, as Welfare Officer attached to 4 MT Company London, May - October 1943, at RAF Babdown Farm Gloucestershire, 1944, as WAAF Staff Officer HQ 206 and HQ 219 Group, Egypt, 1945 - 1946, at HQ 25 Group, UK, 1946 - 1947, HQ Fighter Command, 1947 - 1949, and with WRAF3, Air Ministry, 1949 - 1952, with HQ Maintenance Command 1952 - 1953 and 1955 - 1957, with HQ Far East Air Force, Singapore, 1953 - 1954, and finally with HQ Home Command, 1957 - 1959; she gives useful details throughout on her welfare work and attempts to improve service life. Also her pilot's licence and a few papers relating mainly to the CAG.
Military conflict took place during every year of the 20th Century. There were only short periods of time that the world was free of war. The total number of deaths caused by war during the 20th Century has been estimated at 187 million and is probably higher.