The Diary of Jean Hays: A WWII Army Nurse in Fiji

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Xlibris, 2005 - History - 298 pages
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In WWII, 59,000 women volunteered to serve in the US Army Nurse Corps. Theirs is one of the greatest untold stories with their sacrifice and heroism largely ignored by books and media over the past 60 years. Read this fascinating first-hand account of Jean Hays, a nurse who served with the John's Hopkins sponsored 18th General Hospital in Fiji and India. Learn what life was at a remote hospital that never saw the heavy patient load originally anticipated. This book contains: Jean's diaries from 1942 and 1944; her photographs; Jean's biography; the 18th General's history; and a WWII nursing overview.

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