A.T.S. Remembered

(Auxiliary Territorial Service - Home)

The A.T.S. was the forerunner of the British Women's Royal Army Corps. The aim of this site is to provide historical background for those that are interested, and to try and make contact with former members for research purposes.

Use the table below to find the items that are of interest to you - this includes how to find a Service Record or apply for a Medal.

You are welcome to contact me by e-mail and I will be happy to hear from you, but please be patient as I receive a great many enquiries. Please be aware that I cannot help with family history searches and I do not have any access whatsoever to the official Service Records of members of the A.T.S. (See 'Contacts' below.)

Some of the documents will require Adobe Acrobat Reader - this can be downloaded from: Get Adobe Reader

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If you have details of any other A.T.S memorials please contact me so I can include them in this site.

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