In 1946 the Women's Services Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League (RSL) received its Charter.
Membership to the League is open to:
• Those who served in the Australian Defence Force (ADF) in either of the two World Wars
• or in any theatre of conflict; or served overseas for not less than six months as a member of an approved peace-keeping force;
• or served for not less than six months in the regular or reserve forces of the ADF,
• or of any country not an enemy of Australia (shorter service can also qualify if discharge was honourable and for reasons beyond an individual's control);
• or if you are an Australian or allied citizen and served with or in support of the ADF or allied forces in any theatre or conflict;
• or served during World War II, as a member of the Australian Women's Land Army or as a member of a Voluntary Aid Detachment in a military or convalescent hospital. 
The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995)Thursday 20 March 1958 p 10 Article
... form a sub-branch of their own. It has been done in N.S.W., where A.I.F. nurses have a sub-branch. The ... Women To Form ServicesSub-branch A women's sub-branch of the Returned Servicemen's League is to be ...
The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954)Wednesday 10 November 1937 p 13 Article
... service vas. '-elo by the Cadell sub-branch on the bank of the River Murray. Felloe digpe's ? reVlTrnS e ... members are asked to attend to record their vote.- for the State board elections. Next Tuesday the sub-branch ...
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The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954)Tuesday 7 November 1950 p 1 Article Illustrated
... DIGGERS' I DOINGS j — : — -//// ? — R.S.L. Sub-Branch ; Notes i Last week's meeting was a ... milestone in the history of the Hay Sub-branch. The long controversy about a war memorial came to a very ...
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