Women of WWII Barcoded Miniature Sheet, signed Jacky Hyams
During World War 2, there was an extraordinary group of women pilots aiding the war effort, known as 'Attagirls' or 'Spitfire Women'. Part of the Air Transport Auxiliary, there were 168 female pilots out of the organisation of 1,250. The ATA ensured that 309,000 aircraft were delivered to the frontline RAF as well as delivering supplies and personnel to frontline squadrons.
These Unsung Heroes: Women of WWII, feature on our miniature sheet cover with a barcoded miniature sheet honouring the 'Spitfire Women'. With a photograph of a Spitfire Mk 1 in an airfield and a Maidenhead postmark (5th May, 2022).
Signed by Journalist and non-fiction author Jacky Hyams who wrote 'The Female Few: Spitfire Heroines of the Air Transport Auxiliary'.
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