Britain's Unsung First World War Hero
04 Jan 2017 | By EighthCard
Doctor Elsie Inglis’ story is little-known, but during the First World War, a group of Scottish women helped treat an estimated 200,000 Allied soldiers, and served as pioneers for the role of women in front-line medicine.
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