|Title:||Our Bit: Memories of War Service by a Canadian Nursing-Sister|
|Tags:||autobiography, Canadiana, non-fiction|
A memoir of Mabel Clint's nursing experiences during the First World War. She was stationed in England, France and Greece. The last assignment was in aid of the Gallipoli Campaign in 1915-16. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Clint, Mabel B.
Mabel Clint (1876 – 1939) was a Canadian nurse who served with the Canadian Expeditionary Force in England and France during World War I. She also was assigned to a nursing station on the Greek island of Lemnos which served as a staging area for the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915-16. Complications from dysentery meant more than a year of convalescence in Cairo and back home in Montreal. She returned to France in 1918. She wrote her memoirs which chronicled her war experience. (Library and Archives Canada)
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