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That`s just what I wanted, David, Thanks for that -the question arose after reading true war experiences which included a doctors description of his life on the front.

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3 minutes ago, Bardess said:

You will need to search for nurses separately [QAIMNS etc]

On that note:

 

BRC 56 https://www.cwgc.org/find/find-war-dead/results?regiment=British%2BRed%2BCross%2BSociety&war=1

QAIMNS 142 https://www.cwgc.org/find/find-war-dead/results?regiment=Queen%2BAlexandra%27s%2BImperial%2BMilitary%2BNursing%2BService&war=1

VADs 159 https://www.cwgc.org/find/find-war-dead/results?regiment=Voluntary%2BAid%2BDetachment&war=1 

Australian VAD 1 ;  Canadian VAD 2 ; NZ VAD 1 ; SA VAD 2 ;

Australian Nurses 28 ; Canadian 10 ;  NZ 14 ;

FANY 1

TFNS 64 https://www.cwgc.org/find/find-war-dead/results?regiment=Territorial%2BForce%2BNursing%2BService&war=1

 

...and so it goes on...

 

Glad you got what you needed Gerry

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Thanks again David,sadly the medical casualties do not seem to figure much in the majority of the Great War films.

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Also many naval surgeons and sick berth branch, and some QARNNS, personnel lost.

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