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WW2 Australian nursing sisters in New Guinea. #vintage #WW2 #1940s #nurses

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Mildred Dalton Manning, Army nurse and WWII prisoner, dies at 98

Last Angel of Bataan. Mildred Dalton Manning died March 8 at age 98. She was an Army nurse held prisoner by the Japanese in the Philippines for almost three years during World War II.

LONDON EVACUEES COUNTRY BOUND 1940s

Women reading a news article about Victory over Japan (VJ) Day, August 1945.

Japanese nurses and soldiers who have surrendered to the Americans just before the Japanese capitulation in 1945.

beautifulcentury: miss hilda trevelyan by unexpectedtales on Flickr. Via Flickr:vintage postcard 1906.for many more unusual, beautiful and bizarre snapshots, see my ‘perculiar snapshots’ set.

The Dent Sisters - a "sister act"

1st LT Sharon A Lane, U.S. Army Nurse Corps Reserve United States Army. She was killed by a North Vietnamese rocket on June 8, 1969 while attending to her patients at 312th Evac Hospital, Chu Lai, South Vietnam. Lt. Lane was the only American servicewoman killed as a direct result of enemy fire throughout the war in Southeast Asia.