A War bride is a woman who marries someone in the military in war time. More than 13, Australian soldiers married while serving overseas during the First World War. Soldiers often met their prospective brides during leave, while billeted out or while receiving treatment in overseas hospitals, such as in the UK, Belgium and France. Australian soldiers were particularly popular with British women.
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HE was there to meet his bride when the ship docked at New York Harbor in the late winter of , driving up in a black Buick with a bouquet for her on the dashboard. He was an American soldier; she was 16, an English girl from Battersea. And when they reunited in New York, Eileen Guaricci, who had waited six months to rejoin her new husband, stepped onto the streets of Manhattan and heard music. She asked him about the bagpipes and other sounds and sights of what appeared to be some sort of parade. Was it for her and the other British women who had made the day journey across the Atlantic to follow their American soldier husbands?
Jump to navigation. When Sergeant Phillip Kent wrote this letter, it is easy to assume that his family found it amusing. After all, French and German war brides fighting neatly mimics the Central Powers and Allies during the war. Sergeant Kent served with Casual Depot No. A collection of his letters in our archives highlights many aspects of the Army of Occupation in Germany between , including the often-overlooked war brides of World War I.