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Miss Jean Pitcaithy, a nurse with a New Zealand Hospital Unit stationed in Libya, wears goggles to protect her against whipping sands, on June 18, 1942. (AP Photo)

Miss Jean Pitcaithy, a nurse with a New Zealand hospital unit stationed in Libya, wears goggles to protect her against whipping desert sands (June

7 year old Roger Woodward was swept over the Niagara Falls in 1960 and survived

In 7 year old Roger Woodward survived being swept over Niagara Falls after falling out of a boat. He is only one of 4 people to survive without any protective gear. Of the other three, two were attempted suicides and one was a stunt.

Nurse Saunders...beautiful, classic portrait

A warmly beautiful hand tinted vintage photo of a smiling vintage nurse in uniform. When nurses looked like a

Nursing Uniforms of the Past and Present - Nurse Uniforms History

Army nurse instructs Army medics on the proper method of giving an injection, Queensland, Australia, (DA photograph)

US Army nurses in a operation room at a field hospital in Normandy, June 6th, 1944.

Normandy, June 1944 - US Army nurses, field hospital operating room

Final Four, Suffrage Movement, Library Of Congress, 1940s, Suffragettes, 19th Century, March, Mars

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“ Nursing advertisement highlighting heroic actions of nurses in Normandy on D-day, 1945

John Castner former slave Mattie Bell Bost in 1879, and together they founded the town that became Belt, Montana.    Picture is NOT Mattie Bell Castner, the pics is of an unidentified woman in Helena or Billings, MT in 1889. Because there are no pics of Mattie and I wanted to give her a face.  Source: Ken Robinson, http://fortbenton.blogspot.com/2005/07/on-being-black-american-in-territorial_31.html Photo: Montana Historical Society

Swirling and Marriage in History 2 - Mattie Bell Castner and Mattie Byers Novotny Welch - Interracial Marriage and Family™

Nurses...and especially all the nurses that left their lives, their families, and even children to bring comfort and healing to soldiers.

"Become A Nurse Your Country Needs You" by Leo KL

Military Gift Idea: Become A Nurse ~ Your Country Needs You Poster Become A Nurse ~ Your Country Needs You. Young woman receiving her nursing cap upon completion of medical nurse training. World War Two Office of War Information.

One of the many Italian prisoners of war captured in Libya, who arrived in London on January 2, 1942. This one is still wearing his Africa Corps cap. (AP Photo) #World War II: The North African Campaign - In Focus - The Atlantic

One of the many Italian prisoners of war captured in Libya, who arrived in London on January This one is still wearing his Africa Corps cap. (AP Photo) War II: The North African Campaign - In Focus - The Atlantic

United States Cadet Nurse Corps: 1943-1948 The United States Cadet Nurse Corps was a program established by the Federal government in 1943. Its primary purpose was to ensure that the United States had enough nurses to care for the needs of its citizens on both the home and war fronts.

United States Cadet Nurse Corps: 1943-1948 The United States Cadet Nurse Corps was a program established by the Federal government in 1943. Its primary purpose was to ensure that the United States had enough nurses to care for the needs of its citizens on both the home and war fronts.

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