Sister Viv by Grantlee Kieza POW WW2

Sister Viv by  Grantlee Kieza
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Bangka Island, 1942: Australian Army nurse Vivian Bullwinkel was just twenty-six years old when Japanese soldiers marched her and her fellow nurses into the shallow waters of a remote beach to be executed.

Miraculously, Vivian would be the lone survivor - and she committed the rest of her long life to an exceptional peacetime career which she lived in tribute to her lost friends. The Lieutenant-Colonel would also be the first woman to be honoured with a statue at the Australian War Memorial for her extraordinary bravery and service - a country girl who become one of the highest ranking women in the Australian army, and who spent her life caring for others.

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