wrns

  1. Seaweed

    Morse Code Wrens of Station X by Anne Glyn-Jones

    If you can't take a joke you shouldn't sign on .. The author passed up an Oxford place to do her bit in 1940. Post-war she did go up, read PPE, and added to her wartime achievements, becoming, by turns, an actress, researcher, and published author. While only just released, the genesis of the...
  2. H

    WW2 WREN AUTOBIOGRAPHY - JUST PUBLISHED!

    MEDIA RELEASE DATE: 10th October 2016 MEMOIR TO CELEBRATE THE CENTENARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE WOMEN’S ROYAL NAVAL SERVICE (WRNS) IN 1917 As she starts her one hundredth year, Brenda Birney (born in 1917) has published her own experience as a Wren – The Women’s Royal Naval Service: a World War...