Mademoiselle Miss

Mademoiselle Miss

Letters From An American Girl Serving With the Rank of Lieutenant in A French Army Hospital at the Front

Book - 1916
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This volume contains the letters of a young American woman who was in France at the outbreak of WWI. As the daughter of a former medical director of the U.S. Navy, she joined the French Red Cross and served with the French Army as a nurse, attaining the rank of lieutenant.
Publisher: Boston : W.A. Butterfield, 1916.
Edition: Fifth Printing ed.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (109 p.)
Additional Contributors: Cabot, Richard C. - Editor

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