TITLE: “Help Us, Serve England”: First World War Military Nursing and National Identities
Author: Cynthia Toman
Publisher: Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Volume 30:1 2013/p. 143-166
This article explores the working relationships of Canadian Nursing Sister Emeline Robinson (photograph) with British nurses, Volunteer Aid Detachment (VAD) volunteers, orderlies, and medical officers during her one and a half years with the Queen Alexandra Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve through her diary, which spans her enlistment, resignation, and re-enlistment with the Canadian Army Medical Corps.