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World War One 1914 - 1918
An American Nurse at
War - A very interesting site, with a range of information about
Nursing and in particular,
volunteer Red Cross nurse Marion McCune
Forty-Eight A History of U. S. Army Base Hospital No. 48: "Our Nurses"
- American Homeopathy in the World War by Frederick M. Dearborn, A.B.,
M.D. Presented by Sylvain Cazalet
Innocent illusions about war quickly dashed - By CAROL SMITH
SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER REPORTER
Army Nursing Service
- Penrith City e-history. Australia
Memoirs & Diaries: August 1914 - by Esmee Sartorius. I was told that
only trained nurses were wanted, and so gave up hope, but three days later
the British Red Cross got an appeal for forty nurses to be sent out to
Belgium; five St. John Ambulance nurses (V.A.D.'s later on) were being
sent, and I was asked if I would go.
My Aunt My Hero: - Helen
Fairchild was a member of the Pennsylvania Hospital Unit during World War
I. She wrote 100 pages of letters during
her time in France and her letters home have been collected by her niece,
Mrs Nelle Fairchild Rote. This site has a selection of these letters that
were originally published in an article in the Daughters of the American
Revolution Magazine by Mrs Rote.
Nurses, The Roses of No Mans Land -
Nurses were the most significant section of
the group of Australian women that participated in the war effort away
from the home front.
Sister Elsie Clare Pidgeon, A.R.R.C -
left Sydney with #3 Australian General Hospital in May 1915 for
Women's Role in the War:
Market Harborough An East Midlands Town in the
First World War
World War 1 Nurses from Penrith, NSW. - During
World War 1, 14 nurses from the Penrith District served overseas with the
Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force in Rabaul, on hospital
ships and with the Australian Imperial Force in Egypt, England, the
Western Front and Salonika (Greece).
WW1 - Nurses from Australia - One of the least publicized of all Army
services is the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps, which has given 100
years of dedicated work to caring for Australian servicemen in times of
war and its aftermath.
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Thursday May 20, 2010