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Love these feisty WW1 women

Love these feisty WW1 women

Vera Brittain - I read A Testament of Youth around 10 years ago and her bravery and courage has stayed with me. A truly inspiring woman

Vera Brittain - I read A Testament of Youth around 10 years ago and her bravery and courage has stayed with me. A truly inspiring woman

The greatest nurses of the First World War: Inspirational women who overcame fear and prejudice to save thousands of lives  Each of these courageous women, though patriots of different countries, were ultimately devoted to the true calling of nursing - saving human life

The greatest nurses of the First World War: Inspirational women who overcame fear and prejudice to save thousands of lives

The greatest nurses of the First World War: Inspirational women who overcame fear and prejudice to save thousands of lives Each of these courageous women, though patriots of different countries, were ultimately devoted to the true calling of nursing - saving human life

Vera Mary Brittain (29 December 1893 - 29 March 1970) was a British writer, feminist and pacifist, best remembered as the author of the best-selling 1932 memoir Testament of Youth, recounting her experiences during World War 1 and the beginning of her journey towards pacifism.

Vera Mary Brittain (29 December 1893 - 29 March 1970) was a British writer, feminist and pacifist, best remembered as the author of the best-selling 1932 memoir Testament of Youth, recounting her experiences during World War 1 and the beginning of her journey towards pacifism.

The remarkable Captain Flora Sandes – the only British woman to serve as a front-line soldier in WW1

The remarkable Captain Flora Sandes – the only British woman to serve as a front-line soldier in WW1

The Women’s Reserve of the British Army National Motor Volunteers being addressed by an officer, October 1916. 1st October 1916. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

The Women’s Reserve of the British Army National Motor Volunteers being addressed by an officer, October 1916. 1st October 1916. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

Red cross workers serving tea to soldiers, 1914-1918. Female red cross workers serving tea to soldiers on the Great Western Railway, WWI. Women were called to work during the war to replace the men who had gone to Europe to fight. Women worked in many areas such as in munitions factories, on the railways and on the buses. (Photo by Science & Society Picture Library/SSPL/Getty Images)

Red cross workers serving tea to soldiers, 1914-1918. Female red cross workers serving tea to soldiers on the Great Western Railway, WWI. Women were called to work during the war to replace the men who had gone to Europe to fight. Women worked in many areas such as in munitions factories, on the railways and on the buses. (Photo by Science & Society Picture Library/SSPL/Getty Images)

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