Monday, September 12, 2016

Recognition for Australian women doctors of WW1

I was delighted to see on TV news last night that some of the Australian women doctors who served in World War I are getting recognition by way of a memorial plaque in Melbourne's Welsh Church.

Imperial War Museum 

Follow these links for more information:

Channel 7

The Conversation

Looking for Evidence blog

ANZAC Uni Melb

And for anyone interested in this little-known aspect of WW1, I thoroughly recommend the recent book by Katrina Kirkwood about her grandmother, Dr Isabella Stenhouse. 

Read my review here.

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