When the Nightingale Sang: A Nurse's Life in the 1950's And 1960's
Mixing romance with a nostalgic flavour of the era, this is the true story of a nurses's training in Hammersmith, London, in the late 1950s, before detailing her working life as a district nurse in East Sussex in the 1960s.
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Its not all fluffing up pillows
11i You will only speak when spoken to
1V Onwards and Upwards
The World holds its breath
V1 Oh come all ye faithful
XHI A Royal Duty
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