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Re: Empress Alexandra's War Relief Work July 1914 - February 1917
« Reply #210 on: January 09, 2018, 06:01:53 PM »
On the Great war forum section Women and the great war there is a posting on Nurses serving in Moscow and St Petersberg 1914-1918 There are  a number of replies dealing with the Anglo-Russian hospital. They include photos one looks like AOTMA and the other has ON TN, DEMF, Maria P the elder, and Victoria M (Ducky)

I recently read a Russian memoir on the Anglo-Russian Hospital in St. Petersburg with quite a few negative comments about the Ambassador's wife Mrs. Buchanan which surprised me as I had believed she was beloved in the community.

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Re: Empress Alexandra's War Relief Work July 1914 - February 1917
« Reply #211 on: April 15, 2018, 08:28:33 PM »
Recently I read the book "Russia's sisters of Mercy in the Great war" by Laurie Stoft I would say it is the book on Russia's nurses in WW I has an account of a nurse that worked on a hospital train. Also Lenin's sister Maria was a nurse in WW I among other stuff.

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Re: Empress Alexandra's War Relief Work July 1914 - February 1917
« Reply #212 on: January 19, 2019, 09:14:21 PM »
In her 21 November (4 December NS) 1914 letter to Nicholas Alexandra mentions Warsaw being bombed and the hospital train of their son stuck in the city while this is going on

Alfred Know in his book "With the Russian Army 1914-1917" (see archive.org) Volume I  page 198 has "German aeroplanes throw bombs daily on Warsaw" 5 December 1914 NS

the German 9th Army was outside Warsaw at this time and 20 November 1914 had the following FFA 30,4,25,17,15