At the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, there were less than 1,000 women serving in the Army Nurse Corps; but by the time the war ended four years later, over 59,000 nurses had joined the Corps. Nurses had … Continue reading →
US Army nurses, bound for France, enjoy a game of Bridge as they cross the English Channel, 1944.
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Field uniform for WWII nurses worn in combat zones