(anzacday.org.au) The history and role
of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps.
uniforms in WW1 (awm.gov.au) Australian Army Nursing Service
(AANS) 1914-1918 working dress. Uniforms of the Australian
Army Nursing Service: - Nurses' outdoor dress uniforms:
1916 - Nurses'
Casualty Clearance: The WW1 Nurses(anzacday.org.au) Roslyn Bell provides a short history of the Royal Australian
Army Nursing Corps and uses diary entries to describe the
experiences the nurses endured during World War 1. (This is followed
by the story of Alice Ross-King, from Just Soldiers by
Anzac Memories: The Letters of Francis James Mack
(worldwar1.com) Corporal Francis James Mack died in France in 1918, aged 20
years. Note the observation on the change in the role of women made in the
first paragraph of the letter written home from England on 27 January 1917:
"...girls doing all sorts of jobs... to put it plainly, girls are doing
Women in World War 1 (centenaryofanzac.tas.gov.au) A summary of the types of contributions women gave
to the war effort, along with comments on the impact war had on them.
Women in World War 1 (dictionaryofsydney.org) The effect of war on many women was to bring out their political
instincts and take leading roles in opposing conscription and war in
FOR SENIOR STUDENTS AUSTRALIA Women's Mobilisation for War
(encyclopedia.1914-1918-online.net) Detailed information about the impact
of World War 1 on Australian society and the role women played in
responding. Places emphasis on the loyalty arising from the existing
link between Australia and Great Britain.
Scenes in an Anzac Hostel (1919) (aso.gov.au) Two-minute movie clip from 1919 showing
nurses attending bed-ridden former Anzac soldiers.