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Australian Nurses in Vietnam
Stories from Australian nurses who served in Vietnam from 1964 to 1972.
Civil War Nurses
Discusses conditions and contributions of the approximately two thousand woman who volunteered in military hospitals during the Civil War.
H-Minerva Discussion Network
Information on the study of women and war and women in the military, worldwide and in all historical areas. Affiliated with the Minerva Center, a non-profit educational foundation.
Images - WWII Nurses in Movietone Newsreels
A story, with vintage photographs, discussing how nurses were featured in newsreels during the war.
A collection of letters from an American nurse serving in France during World War I.
Military Nurses in Vietnam
This page is dedicated to the Red Cross, Special Services, Army Nurse Corps, and other civilian and military women who served in Vietnam.
Military Women in Vietnam
In Vietnam, Army, Navy and Air Force Nurses and Medical Specialists numbered over six thousand. This page discusses all women who served in Vietnam from 1964 to 1973.
Personal stories from four army nurses who were engaged in the European Theater during World War II. From The American Experience a PBS feature: Battle of the Bulge.
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 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.
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