National Geographic : 1945 Apr
Seeing Paris on a 48-Hour Pass ( National leograpl c society nuua cn uIII, . . n i j, M|. In Blase Montmartre, Which Has Seen So Many Sights, WACS Are a Crowd-pulling Sensation With a map, a French captain and his fiancee guide the visitors. More than 100 WACS operate the Army's switchboards in Paris. Were they glad to exchange Normandy's cellars and helmet washbasins for rooms and tubs! Right: a boulangerie (bakery). For a time it ran on flour rushed to Paris in hundreds of Allied planes.