25 nurses died in world war 1. 25 nurses died in world war 1.
World War 1 nurses did not get paid. They were mainly nurses from Red Cross and they did volunteer work in war-prone zones.
Not all, but the majority who served, did so as nurses and some doctors.
Nurses treated soldiers in world war one...
Women that were in World War 2 did not fight in the war. The women did many of the other types of jobs such as being nurses and driving vehicles.
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They were nurses and helped the hurt soldier's
There were MANY nurses and doctors during WWII.
The infirmaries in World War 2 suffered from both overstaffing and understaffing. There was no central staffing body to ensure that staff were assigned where they were needed. There were also a great number of untrained nurses which were supervised by trained nurses. World War 2 also saw the start of mass production of penicillin.
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they would nurse people in hospital and in need of there help
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Nurses and ambulance drivers.
Yes, of course they were paid - so were soldiers.
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In the U.S. Army Nurse Corps alone, over 217 nurses died.
Women entered World War II in non-combat roles. They were clerks, nurses, mechanics, and secretaries.