The capital of Poland has had it’s drama of course during the Second World War thanks to the Nazi Germans destroying everything but since then the city has been rebuilt during communist times to the modern day era. I have checked out Warsaw on a few occasions and the city to explore gets better and better. From the rebuilt old town, the communist structures to the modern day restaurants and bars, here is my guide on what to do and see for first timers to this Central European city.
1944 Military Uniform made by J.C. Penney Co. The Cadet Nurse Corps was created by Congress in 1943 to help alleviate the nursing shortage at home and abroad during the Second World War. The passage of the Bolton Act (named for Ohio congresswoman Frances Bolton), established the corps.
Queen Elizabeth II Serves As A Mechanic During World War 2
In February 1945, Elizabeth II joined the Women’s Auxiliary Territorial Service, as an honorary Second Subaltern with the service number of 230873. She trained as a driver and mechanic, drove a military truck, and was promoted to honorary Junior Commander five months later. She is the last surviving head of state who served in uniform during the Second World War.