A history of the royal navy women and the royal navy jo stanley on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers as nurses jenny wrens and above all as wives and mothers women have quietly kept the royal navy afloat throughout history from its earliest years. Never at sea was the motto of the womens royal naval service wrns in its two stage life from 1917 1919 and 1939 1994 yet most of its members commonly known as wrens wanted to serve on the read more. The womens royal naval service wrns popularly and officially known as the wrens was the womens branch of the united kingdoms royal navy first formed in 1917 for the first world war it was disbanded in 1919 then revived in 1939 at the beginning of the second world war remaining active until integrated into the royal navy in 1993. The official history of the royal navy began with the formal establishment of the royal navy as the national naval force of the kingdom of england in 1660 following the restoration of king charles ii to the throne however for more than a thousand years before that there had been english naval forces varying in type and organization in 1707 it became the naval force of the kingdom of great . As nurses jenny wrens and above all as wives and mothers women have quietly kept the royal navy afloat throughout history from its earliest years women maintained homes and families while men battled at sea providing vital support behind the scenes
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