SHORT HISTORY OF THE BASE POST OFFICE DURBAN (1940-1946)

Editorial Team Militaria

Abstract


Although the term "A.P.O. Durban" was well known the organisation behind the name was not.

To appreciate the part played in this war by the Base Post Office at Durban, one must know something of its relationship to the other Units of the South African Army Postal Corps.

Keywords


W.A.A.S. (Women's Auxiliary Army Service Personnel); Non-European personnel; "A.P.O. Durban"; South African Army Postal Corps (S.A.A.P.C.); Major G. A Leech,

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5787/2-6-959

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