Black and white photographic prints including a group photographs of members of the Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF) in 1918; the RAF shooting teams with prizes at RAF Seletar, Singapore in 1958 (some of the individuals are named); Armament staff at the Anti-Aircraft Gunnery School at RAF Netheravon in 1946 (NCOs in the front row all named); two photographs showing a Gloster Javelin and English Electric Lightning of No.23 Squadron (RAF) in flight in 1964 at the time when the squadron converted from the Javelin to the Lightning and a photograph taken at a No.23 Squadron reunion at RAF Leuchars in 1965 (three of the four individuals are named).
Black and white photographic prints with handwritten annotation on reverse. Three of the prints also have ink stamps on the reverse.
The First World War affected all of British society. Over 5.7 million men volunteered or were conscripted to fight. Millions of civilians helped the war effort by working in industry, agriculture or in jobs left open when men enlisted. But children also rallied to 'do their bit'.