A fascinating collection of letters from a Maritime nurse who served overseas during the First World War.
More than two thousand Canadian women served as army nurses overseas during the First World War and A Canadian Nurse in the Great War grants a peek, through the diary of Ruth Loggie, into this little-known aspect of our history - women at war. Loggie’s diary provides a daily commentary on life as she experienced it and as the events of the Great War unfolded.Author: Ross Hebb
Editor: Marianne Ward
Publisher: Nimbus Publishing
Publishing Date: September 1st, 2021
# of Pages: 184