CARIBBEAN WOMEN VOLUNTEERS in WWII BRITAIN - A few of the 600 West Indian women who were recruited for the Auxiliary Territorial Service, arriving in Britain in 1943. The enlistment of these volunteers went forward despite official misgivings and outright obstruction. . Another 80 Caribbean women joined the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force. Link goes to article with more photos!
1710 King Philip V of Spain (1700 - 1746) - Spanish Netherlands - 1 copper liard struck in Tournai, duchy of Namur ( Belgium ) - 1700s coin
1710 King Philip V of Spain (1700 - 1746) - Spanish Netherlands - 1