While History Passed: The Story of the Australian Nurses who Were Prisoners of the Japanese for Three and a Half Years
1954 First Edition.
Published by William Heinemann Ltd, Melbourne, London, Toronto.Cover is hard bound in pink cloth. Minor edge wear. Minor bumping. Embossed publisher's logo on back.Dust jacket is present. Author's biography and photo on rear flap. Minor edge wear and rubbing. Medium tanning around edges.End papers are intact. Photograph frontispiece. Preface. Table of Contents. List of Illustrations. Foreword by Colonel A. M. Sage. List of Nurses. Index. Medium tanning inside front and back. Minor foxing. Booksellers stamp. Gift inscription.Main text body pp. 127. Photographs and illustrations throughout. Otherwise clean and good condition. 
This book tells how Australian women found themselves at the front line of battle, and how they reacted. The author is modest to a fault, but the story itself pays high tribute to the quality and courage of all 65 women who were members of the Australian Army Nursing Services.


While History Passed by Jessie Elizabeth Simons



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