"British War Brides: Data Marine More than one hundred thousand British war brides and large numbers of children sailed away, mostly bound for Canada, the United States, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
In the Mood Got In Ihe Mood with this wonderful show devoted to the 1940's
Come hear the music that moved The Nation's Spirit!
12/12 - Glenn Booker New Magazines Ethel (Price) Forse Peggy (Davies) Bridge Americian Olive (Collins) Williams Jean (Ireland) Heidelbach and Joan (D'Alton) Mitchell
1/13 - GIs in Magazine Dorreen (Marley) Heath Thelma (Williams) Jones and Marie (Rees) Tallon
There are many records, stories and news articles here. I hope you will find it helpful in learning about these strong wonderful war brides. This is the largest immigration of women to ever come to the U.S. They left their families and everything they knew behind for the love of a soldier. Many of these brides knew that they would never see family and friends again. These brides hoped for a better life, some had a wonderful life while many did not. Fear of never being able to see their children if they left plus the lack of money keep them here.
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This website is not part of the War World II War Bride Association. I am a member and hope that you too will join this wonderful group of ladies. All descendants of a war bride from WWII may join. A War Bride is a women who married a GI during 1941 and before March 19, 1952.