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WWI Nurse receiving letters from her soldier boy on the cover of 'McCall's Magazine,' January 1915.

WWI Nurse receiving letters from her soldier boy on the cover of 'McCall's Magazine,' January 1915. | Nursing | Pinterest | Magazine covers, Magazines and ...

Unknown Warriors: British nurse's wartime letters offer 'unflinching' view of the front line

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Letter from nurse ww1 to widow

Ms letter (4pp) written by Patrick Blundstone, a schoolboy staying at Cuffley,

A letter from sailor Teddy Ashton to his sister in Lancashire, August 1912 - July. '

An American aid worker in France writes a letter back home for a wounded soldier in 1918. (National Archives)

'Dearest Mother, Thank goodness at last some fags': In this letter a. '

World War I in literature

A letter from Emily Chitticks to her fiancé Private William Martin while serving with the 2. '

Letters from the Dying (The Atlantic Monthly, 1923)

Dardanelles: 'millions of flies'

Trenches: 'they were mostly mere boys'

A wartime correspondence. Photo: A letter by soldier ...

Boston's first Jewish police officer, Morris Wolf suffered a deeply personal loss in World War I. After sending all three of his sons to France, he received ...

Letter from George Herbert Bourne

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Letter from Verna Mae Smith to Mrs. Ferrar, 1920

... A WWI diary of Sister Alice Ross King

A new book gathers together the most moving, intimate and fascinating correspondence to and from soldiers fighting in the First World War

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Letter from Florence "Queenie" Avenell

Ruth (Woodworth) Creveling, US Navy Yeoman (F), 1917-1920 (Courtesy Ruth (Woodworth) Creveling Noble Collection, Gift of Carol Dieckman, Women's Memorial ...

The letter from the War Office informing Esther that her son had died from his wounds

Vera Brittain

Red Cross Hold Up Your End

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'Letters from a French Hospital' (1917) chronicles the experiences of a young '

A festive ward at Camp Hospital №33, in Brest, Finistere, France, December 1918. Courtesy of the Army Medical Department Center of History and Heritage.

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An early glimpse of PTSD in the letters of World War I aces.

Original caption: "Jeanne Septvents is a beautiful French girl, 10 years old, whose father, for nearly a year a prisoner in Germany, has given his life for ...

Propaganda poster By Huskell Cottin, World War I

The letter detailing Harold's inclusion in an insurance scheme

Historians are trying to identify the nurses who worked at Wrest Park military hospital during the

During a march past of Indian troops, a woman pins flowers on to the tunic

Elinor Powell (right) with a fellow nurse at POW Camp Florence in Arizona,

Image 4 of 11; Matron Grace Margaret Wilson

voluntary_aid_detachment_nurses_outside_boulogne_hotel_hospital_in_world_war_i. Nurses outside of ...

Lieutenant William Morgan and his French girlfriend Renée

Women did not fight on the front lines in the First World War so their stories

Jane Mander's passport photograph in 1914. A 37-year-old Mander became stuck

Trenches: 'a most awful time'

MCGONIGAL Rose Mary nurse

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An American Red Cross nurse at work outside a French field hospital, 1915

A nurse treating soldiers in France

As war broke out in 1914, a Russian aristocrat was visiting Harrogate. Stranded, she felt it her duty to care for injured troops

First World War/WW1 propaganda poster

Arthur William Martin (right), was a Royal Flying Corps bomber pilot

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Mitbürger! Sammelt leere Mineralwasserflaschen. International Red Cross,

British troops in the trenches, Belgium, c1914–15. The horrors of the

Cover Illustration for The Ladies World October 1917 by Clarence Underwood History Of Nursing, Medical

Nurse Nora E. Anderson ANC

Portrait of a Nurse from .

Anzac Girls: The Extraordinary Story Of Our World War 1 Nurses by Peter Rees

Indian soldiers in transit pass through Paris

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The tin trunk was crammed full of personal letters, cards and photographs belonging to Esther

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Anzac Girls: The Extraordinary Story Of Our World War 1 Nurses by Peter Rees

Mary K. Taylor, from her 1921 passport application

excerpt from a letter written by an Indian soldier, Ram Singh

Red Cross Nurse cover for 'The Saturday Evening Post, 1918. Nurse Cape,

It's your duty lad. Join today." British World War I recruitment poster. Published by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, 1915.

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First World War Red Cross nurse lights a cigarette for a patient

QAIMNS World War I Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service QAIMNS Nurses

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A Red Cross nurse and her soldier groom prepare to walk past a line of Red

Quentin Roosevelt

Into hell: British troops go over the top on the Somme (Image: Getty)

... Nurses board a train In London to go to the continent

Image 10 of 11; Two wounded soldiers and a nurse

Spirit of America Red Cross Nurse WWI Vintage Art Print - Digitally Remastered Fine Art Print/Poster

... A group of World War One nurses

The Crucified Soldier

Charlotte L. Read, from her 1918 passport application

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Dardanelles: 'parched with the heat'

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From Anzac to Armistice: Letters from the WW1 Battlefields by Central Coast Council - issuu

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Letter from Owen Joseph Donlen

Greta Wolf, US Army nurse, 1917-1919

Letters to and from the front lines were a lifeline for service men and women fighting in World War II. Few things mattered more to those serving abroad ...

Lottie Meade, munitions worker who died of TNT poisoning

New Zealand Army Nursing Service in the First World War - New Zealand Army Nursing Service | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

In Adirondack history, like in most other parts of America, war heroes abound. Traditionally, they are men who have lost limbs, men who risked their lives ...

WWI Nurse receiving letters from her soldier boy on the cover of 'McCall's Magazine,' January 1915.

WWI Nurse receiving letters from her soldier boy on the cover of 'McCall's Magazine,' January 1915. | Nursing | Pinterest | Magazine covers, Magazines and ...

Unknown Warriors: British nurse's wartime letters offer 'unflinching' view of the front line

world war 1 letters to loved ones

First page of a letter written by nine year old Dublin boy Alfie Knight to Field · Ww1 SoldiersWwiWorld ...

Ms letter (4pp) written by Patrick Blundstone, a schoolboy staying at Cuffley,

An American aid worker in France writes a letter back home for a wounded soldier in 1918. (National Archives)

A letter from sailor Teddy Ashton to his sister in Lancashire, August 1912 - July. '

"If Your Soldier's Hit": WWI poster from the United States Committee on Public

The Young at Heart - A sweet Valentine with a World War I message. Image: A young girl and boy, dressed as a nurse and a soldier, dance together, ca.

'Dearest Mother, Thank goodness at last some fags': In this letter a. '

World War I in literature

A letter from Emily Chitticks to her fiancé Private William Martin while serving with the 2. '

Black and white image of wounded soldiers and nurses in 1918.

A wartime correspondence. Photo: A letter by soldier ...

Trenches: 'they were mostly mere boys'

Boston's first Jewish police officer, Morris Wolf suffered a deeply personal loss in World War I. After sending all three of his sons to France, he received ...

Dardanelles: 'millions of flies'

A new book gathers together the most moving, intimate and fascinating correspondence to and from soldiers fighting in the First World War

Letter from George Herbert Bourne

world war1 letters

Ruth (Woodworth) Creveling, US Navy Yeoman (F), 1917-1920 (Courtesy Ruth (Woodworth) Creveling Noble Collection, Gift of Carol Dieckman, Women's Memorial ...

12,Feb,1917002.jpg

Letter from Verna Mae Smith to Mrs. Ferrar, 1920

Vera Brittain

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A nurse treating soldiers in France

Red Cross Hold Up Your End

A black and white photo of a woman wearing a World War I nurse's uniform.

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ClaraPromopressphoto

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An early glimpse of PTSD in the letters of World War I aces.

Lieutenant William Morgan and his French girlfriend Renée

Original caption: "Jeanne Septvents is a beautiful French girl, 10 years old, whose father, for nearly a year a prisoner in Germany, has given his life for ...

Propaganda poster By Huskell Cottin, World War I

Letter from Florence "Queenie" Avenell

The letter detailing Harold's inclusion in an insurance scheme

Historians are trying to identify the nurses who worked at Wrest Park military hospital during the

Image 4 of 11; Matron Grace Margaret Wilson

A Red Cross VAD nurse marries a First World War soldier in 1918

voluntary_aid_detachment_nurses_outside_boulogne_hotel_hospital_in_world_war_i. Nurses outside of ...

'Letters from a French Hospital' (1917) chronicles the experiences of a young '

Soldiers’ Letters from World War One Battlefields, as published in The Gosford Times newspaper 1915 - 1919

An American Red Cross nurse at work outside a French field hospital, 1915

Worn by Kathleen Falls who initially worked as a nurse at Torbay Hospital and subsequently studied for a qualification in pharmacy, receiving her ...

MCGONIGAL Rose Mary nurse

First World War/WW1 propaganda poster

Jane Mander's passport photograph in 1914. A 37-year-old Mander became stuck

As war broke out in 1914, a Russian aristocrat was visiting Harrogate. Stranded, she felt it her duty to care for injured troops

Trenches: 'a most awful time'

WWI-era tinted photograph of a nurse with two soldiers. https://

Arthur William Martin (right), was a Royal Flying Corps bomber pilot

The letter from the War Office informing Esther that her son had died from his wounds

Cover Illustration for The Ladies World October 1917 by Clarence Underwood History Of Nursing, Medical

Nurse Nora E. Anderson ANC

A festive ward at Camp Hospital №33, in Brest, Finistere, France, December 1918. Courtesy of the Army Medical Department Center of History and Heritage.

Portrait of a Nurse from .

Vintage Nurse, Red Cross, Little Girl Dresses, World War I, Nurses, Little Boys, Medicine, World War One, Medical Science

British troops in the trenches, Belgium, c1914–15. The horrors of the

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Five uniformed WWI soldiers all with their heads shaved clean, presumably to get rid of Lice.

Anzac Girls: The Extraordinary Story Of Our World War 1 Nurses by Peter Rees

Indian soldiers in transit pass through Paris

Mary K. Taylor, from her 1921 passport application

Anzac Girls: The Extraordinary Story Of Our World War 1 Nurses by Peter Rees

First World War soldiers on donkey rides accompanied by Red Cross nurses

First World War Red Cross nurse lights a cigarette for a patient

Trenches: 'up to our knees in water'

It's your duty lad. Join today." British World War I recruitment poster. Published by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London, 1915.

Figure13MacedonianCallNoyesatCampwithNurse

... A WWI diary of Sister Alice Ross King

QAIMNS World War I Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service QAIMNS Nurses

Women did not fight on the front lines in the First World War so their stories

Into hell: British troops go over the top on the Somme (Image: Getty)

Quentin Roosevelt

Flora Sandes in uniform.jpg

The Crucified Soldier

A Red Cross nurse and her soldier groom prepare to walk past a line of Red

... Nurses board a train In London to go to the continent

letters from the first world war

Letters from the Dying (The Atlantic Monthly, 1923)

Image 10 of 11; Two wounded soldiers and a nurse

Letter from Verna Mae Smith to Mrs. Ferrar, 1920

Dardanelles: 'parched with the heat'

Lutheran Jouranl Nora pg 1 Lutheran Journal Nora page 2 ...

Charlotte L. Read, from her 1918 passport application

Letter from Owen Joseph Donlen

Letters to and from the front lines were a lifeline for service men and women fighting in World War II. Few things mattered more to those serving abroad ...

... A group of World War One nurses