Agnes Warner and the Nursing Sisters of the Great War

Agnes Warner and the Nursing Sisters of the Great War

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The nurses of the Canadian Army Nursing Service in World War I worked at a feverish pace to give emergency care for the devastating injuries of war. Exploring the many ways in which trained and volunteer nurses gave their time, talents, and even their lives to the war effort, Shawna M. Quinn considers the experiences of New Brunswick's nursing sisters — the gruelling conditions of work and the brutal realities they faced from attacks and bombings. Using letters, diaries, and published accounts, Quinn paints a complete picture of the adventurous young women who witnessed first-hand the horrors of the Great War. Shawna M. Quinn holds a Masters from the University of New Brunswick and works as an instructional designer. World War I, Nursing Sisters, Canadian military history, Canadian author.
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