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Offline Joanna

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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.