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On 23rd October, 1915, the troop ship SS Marquette was sunk. This link will take you to the ANZAC Sight Sound website where you can hear the stories of three nurses on board at the time: Nurses remember the sinking of the Marquette

The NZANS New Zealand Army Nursing Service -- Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps website, established to recognise the nurses of NZ's military force, past and present, includes a gallery of identified photographs of New Zealand nurses who served during WW1 onwards, with excerpts (including photographs) from the book co-written by Sherayl Kendall and David Corbett (1990), New Zealand Military Nursing: A History of the Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps, Boer War to the Present Day and the book written by Sherayl McNabb (2015), 100 Years -- New Zealand Military Nursing: New Zealand Army Nursing Service -- Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps: 1915 - 2015.

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