6 edition of The War Diary of Claire Gass found in the catalog.
by McGill-Queen"s University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Susan Mann (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
With Ping Hui Tay, Jimmy Taenaka, Winston Chao, Kheng Hua Tan. A Chinese family, having survived the battle of Singapore, now struggles to survive under Japanese rule.4/10(20). The National Archives has today made thousands of digitised First World War unit war diaries from France and Flanders available online. They have digitised around million pages of war diaries.
To commemorate the centenary of the Great War, the diaries of 3, British soldiers have been digitized and made available online. They contain first-hand accounts of . Book Description: This is the moving and improbable story of Claire Ferchaud, a young French shepherdess who had visions of Jesus and gained national fame as a modern-day Joan of Arc at the height of World War I. Claire experienced her first vision after a childhood trauma in which her mother locked her in a closet to break her stubborn willfulness.
The War Diary Of Will S. Arnett, 1st Lt. USAAF [37 stories] The Way Back Home by Jack Davis [5 stories] War Diaries of Arthur Cope, R. A. (T. A.) [19 stories] Wartime Diary of a Customs Officer. After yesterday’s World War II fiction post, now it’s time for the again culling from the excellent comments left in my original post on the topic from a while back, here are the books. Many readers suggested Anthony Beevor’s books Stalingrad and The Fall of Berlin Writes Steve: “Beevor’s Stalingrad is the better of his two books on the war.
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The War Diary of Clare Gass documents her daily experiences, from the beginning of her military training in to her return from Europe in Gass records the sights and sounds and smells of war as well as quoting the During the First World War Clare Gass spent four years as a lieutenant and nursing sister in the medical corps of the Ratings: 0.
The War Diary of Clare Gass documents her daily experiences, from the beginning of her military training in to her return from Europe in Gass records the sights and sounds and smells of war as well as quoting the then-unknown "In Flanders' Fields," written by her colleague Dr John McCrae.
Well aware that her work was an exceptional /5(3). The War Diary of Clare Gass book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The diary reveals a woman who took it for granted that s 4/5. The War Diary of Clare Gass documents her daily experiences, from the beginning of her military training in to her return from Europe in Gass records the sights and sounds and smells of war as well as quoting the then-unknown "In Flanders' Fields," written by her colleague Dr John McCrae.
Well aware that her work was an exceptional. The diary was salvaged by a descendant, who writes a very good foreword that both sets the stage for the diary entries and prepares the reader for the non-traditional style of book that follows.
Clare Gass seems like quite an individual/5(3). War Diary of Clare Gass Book Description: The diary reveals a woman who took it for granted that she should do everything possible to aid the war effort and details her care of the sick and wounded at No. 3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill), forty miles behind the trenches, as well as at No.
2 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station, where she was. Combined with Susan Mann's sensitive and thoughtful introduction, the Gass diary provides a fresh look at Canadian participation in the First World War. It will appeal to a wide range of readers with an interest in military history, women's history, medical history, gender and war, diaries, and the history of : Clare Gass.
Nursing Sister Clare Gass wrote a war diary which was published in Susan Mann (ed.), The War diary of Clare Gass,Montreal and London, McGill-Queen's University Press, Illustrated.
Online edition (partial) at Google Books. Gass served in eight hospitals in the U.K. and France. Soldiers were, after all, the vast majority on the front lines. But as Susan Mann points out in her introduction to The War Diary of Clare Gass,wounded soldiers were accompanied and cared for by nurses at every stage of their journey through the military medical system except at the very first points closest to the front lines.
The War Diary of Clare Gass is part of the Hannah Institute=s Studies in the History of Medicine, but is also an important addition to Canadian military and women=s history. This is a valuable document for anyone interested in responses to the First World War.
Nursing Sisters of the Canadian Army Medical Corps, Canadian Expeditionary Force, - More than 2, Canadian Nursing Sisters served with same pay, privileges and rank of a Lieutenant, while the equivalent of a Matron was a Captain.
They were nicknamed Bluebirds, because of their blue u. A war diary is a regularly updated official record kept by military units of their activities during wartime.
The purpose of these diaries is to both record information which can later be used by the military to improve its training and tactics as well as to generate a detailed record of units' activities for future use by historians.
A war diary provides the most complete first-hand record of how and where that unit was deployed, and the wartime experiences of its individual members. The information found in the war diaries varies greatly and is dependent on the ability of the junior officer responsible for writing the war diary on a day-to-day basis.
From the Common Diary of Robert and Clara Schumann. On the day after their wedding, Robert Schumann presented his wife with a diary book in which the couple could record their thoughts jointly, each assuming responsibility for alternate weeks. Clara was far more vigilant about maintaining her end of the bargain.
This list of open access, digitized diaries is designed to assist students and scholars interested in studying diaries. Please let me know if there are additional resources I should add. The list is alphabetized by the diary author's last name, or by the title of collective archives.
Institutional hosts are indicated in parenthesis. Jump to. A War Diary is a Singaporean television series produced by Dream Forest Production. Set in the time of World War II, the series depicts the Battle of Singapore and life in Japanese-occupied Singapore from the point of view of an ethnic Chinese family.
The dialogue, however, is primarily in English as the series was aired on the English-language television channel MediaCorp Original network: MediaCorp Channel 5.
Claire's Diary. likes. lowers: A War Diary. By Randolph Bourne; Seven Arts, Vol. II, September, – Time brings a better adjustment to the war.
There had been so many times when, to those who had energetically resisted its coming, it seemed the last intolerable outrage. In one’s wilder moments one expected revolt against the impressment of unwilling men and.
A Woman's Diary of the War is the personal recollections of Sarah Macnaughtan, a Scottish woman who volunteered for the Red Cross during World War I. She fell ill in Iran and eventually died in London in Pages: Example #4 Independent Practice Let's to put into practice what we learned today about cohesion and clarity.
Your job is to create or revise/edit your paragraph keeping in mind what learned from today's lesson. I think Clara Barton was the most useful person because she helped. This is a question that applies to the book and the series as well, as Ronald D. Moore's adaptation includes this very relevant piece of Claire's story.
Diana Gabaldon answered this question so.Learn More. The following is an extremely selective list of some of the books that inspired me as I was writing Somewhere in France.I have also included some websites that I found both reliable and informative, as well as a short list of films that are .WW2 War Diary Copying Service.
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