This booklet in particular includes many patterns designed for men and women in the service (such as helmet liners and balaclavas) but there are some truly fashionable gems in this book for those who want to put together an authentic vintage look:
You can download the text of each pattern as a PDF or Word document (I linked to the PDF under each image in this post). These knitted turbans are my favorite pattern, and the directions look very easy even for slow beginning knitters like myself:
The "When You're Off Duty" sweater is quite elegant (they are a bit hard to see, but notice that she's wearing dress clips at the collar):
The lion and tiger toys would make great handmade gifts for a young person (or a young-at-heart person!) today:
The Victory Jumper (a sweater) is just too cute:
Check out the rest of the knitting patterns on the V & A site. There is also a section on Ravelry for Victoria & Albert Museum patterns if you need help with directions, especially as the patterns use British knitting terms.
By the way, if you're on Ravelry my username is SerendipityVint. I would love for you to connect with me!
Images courtesy of Victoria & Albert Museum