Not for Glory: a Century of Service by Medical Women to the Australian Army and its Allies, Boolarong Press, Brisbane, 2014
From the trenches of the Western Front to the ricefields and jungles of South-east Asia, Australian women have served as doctors and medical specialists from World War I until the present day. (blurb)
The authors talk here. The book is reviewed for Honest History by Carolyn Holbrook. More information on Australian women doctors in the Great War is provided by Jennifer Baker and Heather Sheard. This on bonding between nurses by Janet Butler – a different profession but the issue is common.
Diane Bell has a review article on Miles Franklin’s memoir of her time as a cook in a hospital in Macedonia for Serbian soldiers.