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WWI era nurse’s uniform with removable sleeves for a museum in Canada. Gown designed after the extant VAD poster.

WWI era nurse’s uniform with removable sleeves for a museum in Canada. Gown designed after the extant VAD poster.

The army private was shot in the chest as he attacked an enemy trench during WWI. Buried in an unmarked grave in Northern France,he has finally been identified and given a proper burial, thanks to archaeology and DNA. His name is Henry Dibben.

Found, the war hero missing for a century: Nephew uses DNA to identify remains in mass grave

The army private was shot in the chest as he attacked an enemy trench during WWI. Buried in an unmarked grave in Northern France,he has finally been identified and given a proper burial, thanks to archaeology and DNA. His name is Henry Dibben.

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I dig puttees. I may start wearing mine when NOT at events, too.

I dig puttees. I may start wearing mine when NOT at events, too.

Sister Minnie Hough posing in a gas mask at Mobile Surgical Hospital No 1. The hospital was established by Mrs Mary Borden-Turner, to operate in the French section of the lines on the Western Front. In 1917-18 she employed, through the Australian Red Cross, four Australians to nurse wounded French soldiers at her hospital, known in French as Hopital Chirurgical Mobile No. 1. These were Sisters Hilda Loxton, Minnie Hough, Wallace, and Lynette Crozier who volunteered for service in France.

Sister Minnie Hough posing in a gas mask at Mobile Surgical Hospital No The hospital was established by Mrs Mary Borden-Turner, to operate in the French section of the lines on the Western .

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