NEW ZEALAND MILITARY NURSES
WORLD WAR ONE
NEW ZEALAND MILITARY NURSES - 1914-1922
MILITARY NURSES - 1914 - 1922.
NURSES TO SAMOA. - 1914
NEW ZEALAND NURSES - For Hospital Ship leaving July 1915.
THE SINKING OF THE HOSPITAL SHIP MARQUETTE.
THE SINKING OF THE MARQUETTE - The Hospital Ship Marquette was torpedoed in the Mediterranean Sea near Salonika, Greece on the 23rd October 1915. Ten New Zealand nurses, 19 members of the New Zealand Medical Corps and 3 New Zealand soldiers lost their lives. (Linked)
YOUNG, ELIZABETH BUCHANAN (BESSIE) (Sister)- Bessie Young was from Hawera, South Taranaki, and survived the sinking of the Marquette.
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