|"I had the nickname, `Miss Irish'"|
An interview with Marjorie Sullivan, a nurse's aide, describing her experiences during World War II.
|1940's: The Country Goes to War: World War II|
From NursingWorld, ANA Centennial: Voices from the past...visions of the future.
|A People at War: Women Who Served|
From the National Archives and Records Administration. Short stories of First Lt. Annie G. Fox, Army Nurse Corps, recommended for and awarded the Purple Heart and several WASPS (Women Airforce Service Pilots).
|An American Nurse At War|
During WWI, Marion McCune Rice served as a Red Cross nurse in France, taking copious photographs on- and off-duty. Includes her biography, many captioned photos (from the video of the same name), letters sent home to her family, and excerpts of a journal she kept with soldier's comments.
|Angels of Mercy: Nurses' Tales|
Personal stories from four army nurses who were engaged in the European Theater during World War II. From The American Experience a PBS feature: Guts and Glory.
|Army Nurse Corps|
Officially established by an Act of Congress, February 2, 1901. United States Army Nurses - professionals serving mankind whether during times of conflict or peace.
|Australian Nurses in Vietnam|
Stories from Australian nurses who served in Vietnam from 1964 to 1972.
Born into a wealthy and altruistic family in coastal Mathews County, Virginia, Sally Louisa Tompkins was commissioned a captain of cavalry in the Confederacy for her hospital work in Virginia. A Civil War Times article.
|Civil War Nurses|
Discusses conditions and contributions of the approximately two thousand woman who volunteered in military hospitals during the Civil War.
Stories and letters from Vietnam Veteran, Dusty (only first name given) Army Nurse Corps, Republic of Vietnam.
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