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By Martin Brayley, Ramiro Bujeiro

ISBN-10: 1841761850

ISBN-13: 9781841761855

The ability and care of the ladies of the Allied army nursing providers used to be remembered gratefully via thousands of wounded servicemen of global warfare II (1939-1945). The small peacetime providers elevated speedily through enrolling reservists and volunteers; the nice majority of the nurses who cared for Allied casualties have been 'civilians in uniform', who labored tirelessly below tough stipulations and - in tented hospitals with regards to front strains - in actual threat; many nurses paid for his or her devotion with their lives. This first-ever totally illustrated learn of the USA, British, Commonwealth, and different nursing businesses comprises many unpublished pictures and 24 meticulously illustrated color figures.

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The ability and care of the ladies of the Allied army nursing prone was once remembered gratefully by way of millions of wounded servicemen of global conflict II (1939-1945). The small peacetime companies elevated swiftly through enrolling reservists and volunteers; the good majority of the nurses who cared for Allied casualties have been 'civilians in uniform', who labored tirelessly below tricky stipulations and - in tented hospitals on the subject of front traces - in actual probability; many nurses paid for his or her devotion with their lives.

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Like all Allied personnel in Britain she carries a service gasmask at all times. Prior to 1943 other Frenchwomen served with volunteer FFL units in the Middle East, notably the mixed nationality field ambulance organised by Ladies Hadfield and Spears, which served in the Western Desert; and the welfare services organised in the Levant by ‘La Générale’ Catroux. After the garrison of French North Africa joined the Allies at the end of 1942, local recruitment brought many more Frenchwomen into a motley range of uniforms.

Uniforms See commentary, Plate H1. Red Fleet nurses wore the same uniform as that worn by male ratings, their employment being identified by a circular badge on the upper left sleeve; this sanitar insignia consisted of an embroidered red cross within a circle on a black or white backing (to match the winter or summer uniform). Ratings with the ranks of petty officer 1st and 2nd class, CPO and mishman (midshipman) had arm badges with a yellow circular border and red cross. Officers of the naval medical branch had silver rank lace and cap badges and, after the January 1943 uniform regulations, silver cap cords and lace to the cap’s visor where appropriate.

Her branch of service is identified by M1935 collar patches (inset H1a) in dark green with red piping, and the chalice and serpent medical insignia introduced on 19 August 1924 – prior to this no badge had been worn by the medical services. The single red-enamelled bar marks the rank as equivalent to captain. She carries a small leather double-sided case with a red cross on a small white enamel cartouche on the flap; one side was the normal despatch case, the other accom- modated a field surgical kit.

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