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The Personal Diary of Nurse De Trafford 1916-1920

by Martin Kevill

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in her personal diary, she records the number and names of the men in her ward, some of the usual duties and her growth from green/untried aid to what seems to be a career in nursing after the war. Of the three books, she relates conversations and the ribbing between the men as well as the French that crept into the language of the Tommies (British Soldiers) and their use of popular culture. She spends the war safe in England and while there are many losses she experiences, she maintains her spirits and for the most part so do the men. ( )
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