National Geographic : 1943 Jul
U.S.Army Signal Corps, Official Algiers Moslems, Who Keep Their Women Veiled and Secluded, Gape as a Platoon of WAACS Leads Tommies onParade Frenchwomen exclaim over their handsome uniforms. Doughboys demand "more WAACS who can jitterbug." In Algiers there was little time fordancing. For nine to fourteen hours a day they operated truck, switchboard, or typewriter. At "leisure" they cooked, laundered, and kepthouse ataconvent where 200were quartered.