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Old 16-11-22, 11:56 AM
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Default Voluntary Worker for the Services

A large number of organisations were set up in WW2 to provide support to the services, supplying a range of work from comforts to canteens.

This badge indicates one such organisation but can anyone suggest what the MUB letters at its centre - which probably represents the organisation's name - indicate?

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Old 17-11-22, 06:35 AM
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Hi

Just possible that this monogram is a company one - so someone who was working for ?????? but also working in a voluntary capacity outside of their job.

Reason I suggest this is that it reassembles the company logos that feature on other WW1 & 2 home front badges.
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