Wartime work leads to Women's Liberation
Mrs. Greer describes working as pay secretary. She describes the changes women went through as a result of their military service. She believes these changes led to the women's liberation movement.
Rosemond Mildred Greer
Rosemond Mildred Greer was born in Vancouver, British Columbia on December 6, 1924. She was an only child. She became a Naval Secretary and was stationed in Statacona, in Halifax during the war. She also witnessed the Halifax Riots at the end of the War.
- Veterans Affairs Canada
- Person Interviewed:
- Rosemond Mildred Greer
- War, Conflict or Mission:
- Second World War
- North America
- Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service (WRCNS)
- Wren - Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS)
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