|Sr. Elizabeth Hillmann, R.C.|
An interview with this World War II army nurse who served in England and France during the Normandy invasion. Includes a few vintage photographs.
|The Army Nurse Corps in World War II|
A well compiled site which includes a brief overview, early operations in the pacific, black army nurses, Sicily and Southern Italy operations, the European theater and vintage photographs.
|The North's Unsung Sisters of Mercy|
Article written by Alice P. Stein about the volunteer nurses who served during the Civil War.
|WASPS, WACS, and Flight Nurses|
Description of women serving as pilots, flight nurses and Air WACS in World War II.
|What Did You Do in the War, Grandma?: A Psychiatric Nurse in the Philippines|
A story by Kathy O'Grady describing Lucile Sponner Votta's journey and experiences in the Philippines.
|Women in Korea - Korean War Veterans National Museum and Library|
Facts and statistics from 'The Forgotten War'. Air Force, Army, Navy, and hospital nurses who served, and many who died, in Korea.
|Women in the War|
A small tribute to nurses during the WW I. A letter, 'Experiences of a Nurse at the Front' is reproduced in full.
|Women in World War One|
In 1901 and 1908 the establishment of the Army and Navy Nurse Corps opened the door for women in the military. These were the first women in the U.S to be admitted to some military rank and status.
|World War II Nurses|
Describes personal experiences of nurses who served in the battlefronts from North Africa to Italy to Normandy to Corregidor and Bataan.
|World War II: Navy Nurse|
U.S. Navy Nurse in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Recollections of CAPT Ann Bernatitus, NC, USN of her experiences in the Philippines, Bataan, Corregidor, and Okinawa.
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