A significant addition to nursing history literature, reminding us that though recognition of their heroism may be short-lived, nurses serving in the military play a vital role during war.American Journal of Nursing
Chronicles on an almost daily basis the activities of the American nurses and medical sergeants as they evaded the Germans, trekked mountain paths, and endured hardships before being led to the Adriatic coast and rescued.Army History
An exciting, suspenseful account. American womens memoirs of their wartime service are rare and one that is about such a remarkable adventure is virtually unique.Edward Coffman --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Mrs. Mangerich, I was moved, ok, maybe I'm a bit partial, but I loved it... Mrs. Mangerich, my grandfather gave me this book, you know your cousin, I thought agh, another... Read morePublished on June 3 2000 by Escapehatches
This was very important for me as my father, who is now deceased, was one of the medics on board the aircraft. Read morePublished on Oct. 27 1999 by Bob Owen (email@example.com)