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One humorous story describes how an infantry officer came to the CSS to look for his wounded soldiers and was overcome by the sights and smells. S/R, I went for an interview, had my medical and was then told that although I had been accepted and would be gazetted in due course, in the meantime nursing staff were desperately needed at an emergency hospital at Arsley, so there I went, in my normal hospital uniform with two others in the same position, and there I worked hard and happily for several months until we were called to our outfitting base at Hatfield House.

He was helped to lie down on a stretcher by an orderly and fainted. Pamela also wrote about nursing Nazi patients and traitor William Joyce (Lord Haw-Haw). Lt Patsy Rigby P/294277 was one of the first QAs to follow the British troops into Normandy and pushed through France and into Germany working in Field Hospitals and Casualty Clearing Stations. Here we were given countless injections, service gas masks and almost daily lectures and instructions.

What are his final wishes and what will his solicitor reveal when she reads out his Last Will and Testament? Burnt Vengeance will have you screaming for the light and grappling with your imagination as you try to quell your fear.

If you like this page and would like to easily share it with your friends and family please use the social networking buttons below: Pamela Bright served in a Casualty Clearing Station in the Normandy beach-head and wrote about her experiences in her 1953 book Life In Our Hands.

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» Find Friends Search Old Service and Genealogy Records » History » QAIMNS for India » QAIMNS First World War » Territorial Force Nursing Service TFNS » WW1 Soldiers Medical Records » Field Ambulance No.4 » The Battle of Arras 1917 » Warlencourt Casualty Clearing Station World War One » NO 32 CCS Brandhoek - The Battle of Passchendaele » Chain of Evacuation of Wounded Soldiers » Auxiliary Hospitals » War Graves Nurses A Very Private Diary: A Nurse in Wartime are the war diaries of QAIMNS(R) Sister Mary Morris who cared for Dunkirk survivors at the Kent Sussex Hospital and then enlisted into the QAs which saw her land in Normandy with the 101 General Hospital British Liberation Army.

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Her diaries continue with their advance through to Brussels with the 108 BGH and then in post war Germany with the 25 BGH in Munster and the 94 BGH in Hamburg.