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More than Bombs and Bandages

Looking for a reference book on Australian nurses in WW1? I recommend this book   'More than Bombs and Bandages - Australian Army nurses at work in World War I' (Big Sky, Newport NSW, 2011).   A review from a Queensland RN, Rev’d Dr Barbara Oudt:   What I enjoyed most about Dr Kirsty Harris’s book is her ability to reflect those nurses voices in a way that was so real – one could be there, the settings were so well understood from her research and the language kind

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Australian home hospitals

Most AANS nurses served in a home hospital either before overseas service or after returning. Here is a list of the General Hospitals: Home Service Hospitals 4 AGH – Randwick, Sydney 5 AGH – St Kilda Road, Melbourne 6 AGH – Kangaroo Point, Queensland 7 AGH – Keswick, Adelaide 8 AGH – Fremantle WA 9 AGH – Hobart, Tas 11 AGH – Caulfield, Victoria 12 AGH – Launceston, Tas 13 AGH – Enoggera, Queensland 15 AGH – Torrens Park SA 16 AGH – Macleod, Mont Park Victoria 17 AGH –

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