Where did Clara Baron serve as a war nurse?
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yes but only when needed of the men wounded so bad they could not move them
The tribute to Canadian Nursing Sisters tells of these brave and dedicated women. A total of 4480 Nursing Sisters served during the Second World War. In May 1942, Canadian nurses became the first in any allied country to have official officer status with equivilent power of command.. Nursing sister…s were employed by the Royal Air force of Canada, to serve their country in the great war (ww1). most nursing sisters were high school graduates and they already had a nursing certificate, which they found useful in the war and taking care of soldiers. Nursing sisters were hired to take care of soldiers and treat their wounds, they were also ambulance drivers and sometimes women would go on the battle field (No man's land) and defend their country. Nurses had to cope with shortage of water and catching the infections from the soldiers. more than 36 nurses dies because of infections caught from the soldiers and some died from fighting in the battle field. Nurses gained alot of respect from the soldiers because they took care of them and acted like a mother towards them. ( Full Answer )
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
Clara Barton (the "Angel of the Battlefield") was a nurse inNorthern field hospitals that were assisted by the Ladies Aidsociety. In 1869, she traveled to Europe and became involved withthe International Red Cross of Switzerland and assisted during theFranco-Prussian War (1870-1871). Along with 14 …other individuals,she founded the American Red Cross on May 21, 1881. The firstchapter was organized at a Lutheran church in Danville, Illinois. ( Full Answer )
Nurses had to be 21-40years old and single, widowed or divorced to join the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps, at least I read that on one of the museum websites. So don't quote me on it.
Clara Barton was credited as the founder of the American Red Cross. She also helped to nurse wounded soldiers.
Her brother hurt himself very badly and he only let her get near him so she nursed him back to health and that's how she became interested in nursing. She also learned about the need for medical supplies to treat the wounded.
Clara Barton was the nurse who served during wartime and alsofounded the Red Cross. She started the Red Cross in England in1881.
There are no actual claims that describe whether or not ClaraBurton liked her job as a nurse. However, it is claimed that sheenjoyed helping people, which would suggest that she enjoyed hernursing job.
He trained all the colonists how to fight. He even trained them when it was one of the harshest winters and every1 was dying. peace out :) even though he did train all of the Americans how to fight he spoke no English so no one in their right mind in the colonies at thin time had no idea what he was… saying so the learned how to follow his gestures on what to do and how to do it. ( Full Answer )
Civil War nurse Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross. Barton was a teacher and a U.S. Patent Office clerk before devoting herself to nursing in the American Civil War (1861-65). She earned the nickname "the angel of the battlefield" and in 1864 was named superintendent of all Union nurses. In… the 1870s, officials of the International Red Cross invited her to help form a branch of the service in the U.S.; she agreed, and led the American Red Cross for its first 26 years. . For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section indicated below. ( Full Answer )
No, Clara Barton was in many wars. She just did not fight because she needed to help wounded soldiers.
she went to Europe because she had work hard and was sick. Then she joined the red cross.
Katie Cummings served as a nurse during the Civil War in the stateof Georgia. Katie was born in Scotland.
US mililtary women in WWII, Korea and Vietnam wars were part of the Women's Army Corps (WACs) in the army and WAVES in the navy. All were disbanded when the equal opportunity military was created in 1975.
she was a school teacher before the civil war and she was one of the first women to work in a federal office.
She was a nurse in the civil war , she didn't and couldn't fight because she was a girl, but she fought to help the wounded, living up to the fallen warriors, the heros of our country. She truly is the Angel of the Battle Field. The civil war was a mere obstical in life to her and she id what sh…e could to pass the test. ( Full Answer )
She started nursing her brother David in 1833 I got this from a book called Clara Barton and The American Red Cross by Eve Marko.
Nurses in the civil had tents set up on the battle field during the fight. If someone got hurt a medic would bring them to the tent and preform surgery. As you probably know was done with no an-theistic and was very painful. They had many tools for surgery such as a bone saw (you can probably guess …what that was used for OUCH!) tongs for extracting bullets, needles and thread. and a lot of other tools. usually if a woman wanted to be in the civil war they would be a nurse or disguise themselves as a man and enter the war. ( Full Answer )
When she saw that soldier are dieing out in the battlefield and she could help them.
She had already wounded her brother from a accident he had when he was a little boy she didn't go to school for 2 years so she could be by his side then she realized she loved helping people so when her brother got older and went into war she was a kid 13 years younger then him and he went in his te…ens she waited years and years so she could join as a nurse to help she joined at age 57. ( Full Answer )
be cause she knew that what she had did was for the best of her children and her she was eighteen whaen she was raped.
She was a battlefield nurse who helped everybody. All of the soldiers loved her. Also, after the civil war, she helped start an organization to find and identify missing soldier's. I know this, because I did a biography on her at school. Nobody knew who she was. I should have done Michael Jordan ins…tead..... ( Full Answer )
Nurses went to war to comfort any soldiers who got shot or hurt during the war.
Approximately 7,500 US military female nurses served in country; of which about 500 were USN.
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Well nurses were very important and are very important because of the soldiers who got wounded or shot and they could get cured.
With help from Endland's version of the Red Cross (which was the original), founded the first American Red Cross.
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They were very important because the soldiers who got wounded and shot they could've cured themselves.
The Red Baron was Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen of Germany. He was the most successful flying ace of WW1 with 80 confirmed kills.
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In August of 1862 she got permission from Quartermaster DanielRucker, to work on the front lines of the American Civil War. Shedistributed stores, cleaned field hospitals, applied dressings andserved food to wounded soldiers at such battles as Cedar Mountain,Second Bull Run, Antietam and Fredericksb…urg. In 1864, she wasappointed the "lady in charge" of all the hospitals of the Army ofthe James and by wars end she would become known as the "Angle ofthe Battlefield." In 1870 she would assist the Grand Duchess ofBaden prepare military hospitals during the Franco-Prussian War, bywars end she would be decorated with both the Golden Cross of Badenand the Prussian Iron Cross. Her last war would be theSpanish-American War (1898) where she worked in hospitals in Cubaat the age of 77. ( Full Answer )
She was a nurse. She decided to be a nurse after 1 year at college.
They felt that it was improper for women to tend the bodies of unknown men.
No! Dorothea Dix, Sally Louisa Tompkins, Mary Todd Lincoln, Mary Ann Ball Bickerdyke, Mary Jane Safford, and Clarissa (Clara) Barton were the Nurses [:
Clara Barton assisted surgeons and brought food and supplies to hospitals. She helped many people in the battlefield hospitals and was a great heroine in American history.
Clara Barton attended to Battle of.... . Bull Run . Chantilly . Fredericksburg . Petersburg . Spotsylvania
Yes, i think. I am doing my second project on her and found out that she served in many of the main battles. The battle of Gettysburg was a main battle and I am pretty sure of it. I hope this helped. :)
they served in small ditches to anyone injured . They served behind the lines with their male colleagues in hospitals. Stretcher bearers served in the front lines and these were all male.
Males nurses also existed in the service during the cold war. Female military nurses served: 1. WWII-68,000 female nurses; 200 were killed. 2. Korea-600 female nurses, none allowed to serve on the front lines. 3. Vietnam-7,500 female nurses; none allowed to be on the front lines, 8 were killed, al…l but one by accidents. ( Full Answer )
they usually slept in small rooms that they shared with other nurses in there barrack or hospital they worked in
She Did Not serve in the War, she was a Nurse to the soldiers DURING the war.
Who knows. I'm not good with "What if" questions but you realize that Manfred von Richthofen first served in a Lancer (cavalry) regiment. At the start of WW1, the cavalry were the specialized forces. So if he was looking for a specialized unit in early days of WW2, he might have gone into the armore…d units. Who knows. ( Full Answer )
They were woman who sowed, cooked, and cared for the soldiers during the war. Sometimes, if their husband or another man passed away, they would take place for them. One woman who took place of her husband was Molly Pitcher .
she wasn't in the war it was just for guys not girls and she was a nurse in the war she helped wounded.
Her brother David, taught her at an young age of how to take care of young baby animals. So when she got older this automatically triggered an interest in helping heal other living things. Including that she also helped taking care of her brother when he was expected to die !
Clara Barton still worked in the red cross and made bigger and more efficient. also when she was getting old she wrote a book about the civil war and what she went through during that time.
Clara Barton was a pioneer nurse who tended to many wounded Unionsoldiers in battlefield hospitals. Known as the "Angel of theBattlefield," Barton became famous for her selflessness inproviding medical care in the heat of battle. She was involved in a traumatic experience in which a bulletharmlessl…y ripped through her dress sleeve and struck a woundedsoldier whom she was caring for, killing him instantly. ( Full Answer )
Clara Barton was involved in the American Civil War (April 12, 1861- May 10, 1865) : August 1862 .