'Taking the long journey'. Australian women who served with allied countries and paramilitary organisations during World War One
This thesis explores the experiences of Australian women who sought war-work as volunteers or with an allied medical or paramilitary service outside their own country, during World War One. Prior to 1914 a large number of women had travelled from Australia to further their artistic and musical careers or to increase their skills and knowledge in the medical profession. Others had simply left to develop an appreciation of a more cultured world in Europe and England. Many of these women were...[Show more]
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