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by joining the army as nurses
no real war experience
they join the army as nurses and hospital workers
they joined the army as nurses and hospital workers-apex
They joined the army as nurses and hospital workers.
300,000 women served in the Army and some in the Navy as nurses.
In the U.S. Army Nurse Corps alone, over 217 nurses died.
25 nurses died in world war 1. 25 nurses died in world war 1.
Royal Australian Air Force Nursing Service (RAAFNS) (1940 - )The Royal Australian Air Force Nursing Service was established in 1940. Near as I can tell other nurses in other branches of the military were not established until after 1941. I have provided to web links for you down below to give you a better idea about the Aussie nurses who gallantly served in World War 2.
Australian nurses worked in a similar fashion as US nurses did, in main base and field hospitals, as well as the US Navy's floating hospital ships.
In Pearl Harbor, there were less than 1,000 nurses There were over 59,000 nurses in all of the Army Nurse CORPS Nurses got an Insignia Device (Badge worn on caps and collars) The Army Nurses went to training for about 6 months Hope this helped a little!
Nancy and betty Collins from mossman n.s.w. they were sisters
Some organisations that were developed in world war 2 are as follows; The Land Armies, the Nursing Services.e.g- Australian Army Medical Women's Service.etc. Australian Women's Army Service
How to bandage people, stop infections,etc to do with wounds
i need a picture of a nurses uniform from Canada from ww1 Nurses in World War 1 wore nurses uniforms. See the link - I Warner
The Australian Army is surely the Australian Army. The Australian Imperial Force (AIF) was their primary expeditionary force during WWI. At Gallipoli, the Australians and New Zealanders were referred to as ANZAC or Australia/New Zealand Armed Corps.
World War 1 nurses did not get paid. They were mainly nurses from Red Cross and they did volunteer work in war-prone zones.
Nurses treated soldiers in world war one...
554 of the women's army auxiliary corps (WAAC) were promoted to women's army corps (WAC), they were the first women to go to war other than nurses
Jessie Elizabeth Simons has written: 'In Japanese hands' -- subject(s): Australian Personal narratives, Biography, Indonesian Prisoners and prisons, Japanese Prisoners and prisons, Nurses, Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps, World War, 1939-1945
557 women served. ANSWER thnk u sooo much xD