From 1941 HMAS Harman was the first establishment where women served as part of the Royal Australian Navy. They began work as telegraphers, trained in morse code, communicating with other naval ...

Collection ID 009233
Collection type Photograph
Title From 1941 HMAS Harman was the first establishment where women served as part of the Royal Australian Navy. They began work as telegraphers, trained in morse code, communicating with other naval ...
Object type Black & white
Maker Unknown, Unknown Australian Official Photographer
Place made Australia: Australian Capital Territory, HMAS Harman, Australia: New South Wales, Queanbeyan
Date made 27 August 1941
Copyright Copyright expired - public domain

From 1941 HMAS Harman was the first establishment where women served as part of the Royal Australian Navy. They began work as telegraphers, trained in morse code, communicating with other naval stations all over the world, including Whitehall, the control station for all British naval stations.

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