Four members of the South African Women's Auxiliary Air Force, Cairo, 1942

A black and white photograph of four women dressed in military uniform sitting on the far side of two tables placed together in an L-shape in the corner of a room. Two sit at each table and all four are working at typewriters. Sheets of paper, a sheet of carbon paper, pens and various other items of office stationery are visible on the tables. There is a panelled wooden door behind the women.
Four members of the South African Women's Auxiliary Air Force, Cairo, 1942. Source: Australian War Memorial.

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