UK | 11 April 1993 | Documentary
Starring: Adjoa Andoh, Martina Laird
Directed by: Frances-Anne Solomon
Written by: Frances-Anne Solomon
Produced by: Frances-Anne Solomon
Synopsis: In 1943 300 middle class “coloured” women from across the West Indies were recruited to the ATS, a branch of the British Army. This documentary documents for the first time the contribution of these women to WW2.
Awards: Prized Pieces Award – National Black Programming Consortium, US
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