Anzac Nurse at Villers Bretonneux by Susannah de Vries and Phil Castle

First World War (1914-18)
Nursing services

Sister Florence James-Wallace was stationed at Villers-Brettoneaux during the early stages of the 1918 German offensive. She described it as resembling 'Dante's Inferno'. The hospital overflowed with badly wounded men and hundreds more lay in the streets on stretchers needing her nursing skills. This is her story.

Reviewed 02 June 2021

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