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World War II Uniforms -United Kingdom – 1942 May, England, Wing Commander, No. 617 Squdron, RAF United Kingdom – 1943 Sep, Cairo, Admiral, Mediterranean Fleet United Kingdom – 1944 June, Kent, Head Officer, Royal Observer Corps United Kingdom – 1944 June, Normandy, Lieutenant, 1st Glider Pilot Regiment

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Pair of captain's epaulettes belonging to J. Stockham (died 1814). The regulations of 1812 stipulated that captains should now wear two epaulettes with insignia that indicated their rank: the fouled anchor and a crown. The epualettes have 20 large bullions and 17 small ones. On the shoulder pad of each is an embroidered 'S'. Royal Navy uniform regulations 1812-1825

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Poster with image by Adolph Treidler: "Wages in war production plants offered forty-percent higher wages than domestic work, and women, particularly working-class wives, widows, divorcees and students, flocked to the plants, despite the hard work and dangers. The official red-and-white scarf of the Women Ordinance Workers was worn with pride as well as for on-the-job safety.

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