AANS Australian Army nurses at work in WW1

AANS Australian Army nurses at work in WW1


More Than Bombs and Bandages Australian Army Nurses at work in World War I by Dr Kirsty Harris


As the title suggests this military book Bombs and Bandages takes a closer look at the work of the Australian nurses during WW1. The author Kirsty Harris wrote the CEW Bean Prize winning PhD thesis about the devotion to duty stereotyping of the Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS) during World War I.
This book will be of interest to all people who are wanting not only more reading about the ' Girl Anzacs ' but delve into nursing history, women in the Australian military and application of medical treatments and World War I.
Great book to learn more about the Anzac Girls nurses.

The appendix addition lists the names of nurses as they enlisted from training hospitals in Australia - email if you would like us to check if someone's name is included.
Another appendix gives valuable insight into the different roles or titles of positions in the AANS.

Data sheet

Book Condition:
Shelf wear to board edges otherwise near new
Total Pages:
Publication Date:
Dimensions in mm :
160 x 240 x 34
Cover Type:
Heavy Hard Boards with Dust Jacket
Nominal Roll ? :-
has a list of nurses at the time of enlistment at training hospitals in Australia

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