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WW1, 1914. What a pound could get for Your Friend at the front. " The selection has been made by an old campaigner, and comprises only articles ready for immediate use."

What a pound could get for Your Friend at the front. " The selection has been made by an old campaigner, and comprises only articles ready for immediate use.

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The Military Provost Guard Service (MPGS) provides professional soldiers to meet armed security requirements at MOD bases

QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S IMPERIAL MILITARY NURSING SERVICE FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 72772)

Q One of the QAIMNS sisters in conversation with a member of the British administration probably in Egypt

Staff Nurse Nellie Spindler, Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service 44th Casualty Clearing Station died 21.8.1917 aged 26. Buried Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. Grave Ref: XVI. A. 3. Daughter of George & Elizabeth Spindler, Wakefield. One of only two female casualties of the Great War buried in Belgium. Pic Credit @agh57

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“Headstone of Nurse Nellie Spindler, buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.

Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Reserve in the hospital

Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Reserve in the hospital

World War 1 ambulance train

Ambulance train in World War (Nurses aboard a British ambulance train in World War

A young soldier of the Royal Scots Regiment holding a black goat kid. As the French farmers were forced to flee their homes many animals were inevitably abandoned. Some undoubtedly ended up in the cooking pot, but others like this kid seem to have been adopted as good luck mascots. WWI

A soldier of the Royal Scots Regiment holding a black goat kid.The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

British military nurses and the Great War: a guide to the services, copyright Sue Light

British Military Nurses and the Great War: a Guide to the Services is a brief description of the nursing services that worked under the auspices of the War Office during the Great War

Lapel badge for regular QAIMNS showing the cross and motto

Lapel badge for regular QAIMNS showing the cross and motto

Q.A.I.M.N.S. NURSING SISTER

Researching British Military Nurses and VADs and military hospitals in the Great War period and transcriptions of documents from The National Archives

LT.MATRON VIVIAN BULLWINKEL  only survivor in the banka islans massacre. I worked under Vivian at Fairfield infectious disease hospital. And photos are displayed in the musuem heidelberg vic and our photo is on anABC documentary on her life and in her retirement. RIP BULLY and yes every time i do the corners of my bed making i think of you and the hundreds of times i had to practice to get them right. But nothing to what u had been through.  From Margaret

Staff Nurse Vivian Bullwinkel, Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS), in service dress uniform. Bullwinkel is well known as the sole survivor of the infamous Banka Island massacre in which 21 of her AANS colleagues were killed by Japanese troops

Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service for India ~

Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service for India

First World War casualties in an ambulance train, circa 1914

Pictures show the ambulance trains that brought soldiers home from WWI

First World War casualties in an ambulance train, circa 1914

QAIMNS nurses WWI. [World War I Nurses were members of the Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service (QAIMNS) and there were about 10,000 regular and reserve QAs serving in countries such as France, India, East Africa, Italy, Palestine, Egypt, Mesopotamia, Salonika and Russia.]

Information about the QARANC The Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps

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