The womens auxiliary air force waaf whose members were referred to as waafs w ae f s was the female auxiliary of the royal air force during world war ii established in 1939 at its peak strength in 1943 waaf numbers exceeded 180000 with over 2000 women enlisting per week. All about the womens auxiliary air forcesome of the key women working during world war two the waaf took over raf ground based jobs from men and proved their worth in ww2. Breaking the code a waaf at bletchley while scanning the cathode ray screens with their brilliant green blips and the circles marking off the. The waaf at war john frayn turner on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers highly experienced author john frayn turner has succeeded in capturing the indomitable spirit of the waaf during ww2 his book vividly describes the many roles played by members of this highly respected organization. The waaf at war has 3 ratings and 2 reviews mrs said i should have trusted goodreads rating the book is inconsistent and rather badly written for n
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