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ATS Nurse L/Cpl KD North Africa 8th Army

ATS Tropical  L/Cpl KD Medic North Africa


This ATS Soldier has been posted to 8th Army in North Africa around 1942 as a Field Medic near the front line at a First Aid Dressing station.


This Medic wears a standard 1937 webbing belt to look smart and a 1937 medical shoulder bag which would have contained shell dressing etc.


The set consists of all the items listed below under the "Pack Contains" heading, here you are able to select any sizes if applicable. The image is indicative of the pack but please refer to the Pack Contains for the items included.


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Availability: In stock


£281.94

Pack Contains

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BE1477 ATS 1939 SD Cap*

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BBE985 KD Airtex Shirt*

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BE023 8th Army Div Badges*

British 8th Army Patches. Pair
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BE095 KD Rank Slides*

Khaki Drill KD Rank Slides
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BE1439 L/Cpl Brass Rank Badge*

Lance Corporal Brass Rank Badge
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BE911 British Medics Armband*

British Medics Armband
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BE909 1937 British Medic Bag*

1937 British webbing Medics Bag by Kay Canvas
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BE1141 Khaki Drill KD Skirt*

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BE1022 Women's ATS Shoes*

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BE497 1937 webbing belt by Kay Canvas *

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ATS L/Cpl Nurse/ Medic North Africa


This ATS soldier has been posted to 8th Army in North Africa around 1942 as a Field Nurse/ Medic  near the front line at a First Aid Dressing station.


All ATS who were posted to North Africa and the Middle East were issued Khaki Drill clothing, a Khaki Drill Skirt for hard wearing, Lightweight Airtex shirt for breath-ability and no special hat was issued just a normal Service Dress cap which would have been used in the UK together with their Brown ankle shoes with short khaki socks 


8th Army badges are sewn onto slip on shoulder slides and rank was brass pinned on so these could be removed easily before getting washed at the local dobie where they would have been washed, bashed and rubbed clean.


This Medic wears a standard 1937 webbing belt to look smart and a 1937 medical shoulder bag which would have contained shell dressing etc. 


Specification

Service Army
s Enlisted