Winston Churchill's daughter, Mary, training with ATS colleagues at the Reception Centre at Aldermarston Court in Berkshire.
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ENGLAND: Berkshire: Nr Newbury: Woolhampton:
Various shots womens Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) platoon marching in front of Aldermarston Court, including Mary Churchill (Winston Churchill's daughter) marching in ATS uniform / Shots of Mary Churchill and two other A.T.S. girls washing clothes and hanging them up on line / Mary Churchill peeling potatoes / Mary Churchill laughing
SLATE INFORMATION: Good scenes
Shots of A.T.S. cadets marching in front of Aldermarston Court / Mary Churchill marching in middle of platoon / Interior shots Mary Churchill cleaning dishes / Mary Churchill cleaning doorstep, gets out of the way as A.T.S. officer comes out / Mary Churchill loading coal into bucket from coal heap
Background: Winston Churchill's daughter, Mary, training with ATS colleagues at the Reception Centre at Aldermarston Court in Berkshire. The ATS was the women's branch of the British Army during the Second World War (WWII, WW2, World War Two).