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Women's War Replica Memorabilia Pack

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  • A diverse range of replica packs, both fascinating in content and brilliantly reproduced. Each item is carefully scanned and printed as close to the original as possible, resulting in a carefully selected mix of items, producing a sense of 'being there' for the reader. These prove popular with young and old alike and can be used as helpful aids in school projects.
  • Contains: Life in the WRNS booklet, Home Companion magazine, Hand written letter, Personal ephemera, Land Army flyer, Wartime recipes, A Womans Place pamphlet, WAAF leaflet, Various images
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Women's War Replica Memorabilia Pack + Children's War Memorabilia Pack + The Blitz: Memorabilia Pack
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Technical Details
Item Weight136 g
Product Dimensions13 x 1.5 x 17.5 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:6 years and up
Item model number790249/E15
  
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ASINB0034Y61Z2
Best Sellers Rank 32,000 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
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Date First Available18 Jan. 2010
  
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A diverse range of replica packs, both fascinating in content and brilliantly reproduced. Each item is carefully scanned and printed as close to the original as possible, resulting in a carefully selected mix of items, producing a sense of 'being there' for the reader. These prove popular with young and old alike and can be used as helpful aids in school projects. Contains: Life in the WRNS booklet Home Companion magazine Hand written letter Personal ephemera Land Army flyer Wartime recipes A Womans Place pamphlet WAAF leaflet Various images

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By Malcolm TOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 Aug. 2014
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This is an excellent activity pack for those with
an interest in the essential role that women had
during WW2 in the UK.

It is, however, a misnomer to offer this product as
"a toy". Albeit replicas, the varied contents of the
packs are a good Primary and Secondary source of
evidence for those doing Women's Studies or as an
aid to teaching wartime history at school level.

The pack contains recruitment brochures on "Life
in the WRNS". A Women's Land Army members leaflet,
showing wages, conditions and expectations. There
are also recruitment materials for the ATS, which
women from the ages of 17-43 were encouraged to
join, many did, including my Mum.

Leaflets on life in the WAAF, an auxiliary force
for women who supported the RAF. Other ephemera are
a handwritten letter from a nurse, photographs,
and perhaps the most poignant of all, a Red Area Pass
for the Danger Area at the Royal Ordnance Factory in
Chorley, Lancashire, where women made, filled and
packed bombs and shells for use at the Front, a job
that was dangerous in the extreme.

To round off the pack there is a copy of "Home Companion"
a weekly magazine aimed at Women on the Home Front, which
cost 2d, and is full of tips, adverts of the era and Make
Do and Mend ideas, and a small book of wartime recipes
with such questionable items as Mock Goose, or "Egg-less,
Butter-less, Sugar-less, Milk-less Cake".
Some twenty items in all which will give students a glimpse
into the major part that women played in keeping the nation
going, whilst the menfolk were away fighting.

It may be a good idea to laminate the paper materials if
they are to be passed around. This product is ideal for
schools, colleges or as memory-joggers for older folk
who remember the war years, and it was for that reason
I bought it.
Well worth the price.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 13 Sept. 2012
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I bought this for my eight year old daughter as she absolutely loves playing the blitz at home so much so that we currently have a refuge room in our spare room. It is an excellent pack containing all sorts of replica documents, from information leaflets to magazines. she loves it so much that I have just ordered the Home Guard pack now all I need to find are some reproduction posters!
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Very nice little set - was great for our war themed party, items are a bit small but educational if thats what you need them for
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Melvyn Green on 12 Oct. 2012
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Would not class this as a toy as suggested in the star ratings score for this item, more of an educational item, would be great for memory boxes or anyone doing a project on WWII, as lots of info in the pack.
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