Colourful Canadian Memories:

RCAMC Nursing Sisters

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Published by:
Ron Bennett
Published:
12/29/2016
Specs:
Poster / 18" x 12"
2 pages
Category:
Photography
Tags:
antique, colored, colorized, coloured, colourized, picture, rcamc, two, war, World, ww2, WWII

The first nursing sisters of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps (R.C.A.M.C.) to land in France after D-Day. From left to right

they are Lieutenant M. Green, Captain H.M. Boutilier and Major Moya MacDonald. Formed in 1899, they have been an essential part of

Canada's heritage since. In addition to the usual nursing duties they worked in search and resuce operations, flew evacuation

aircraft, were captured as Prisoners of War, helped other POWs escape, and much more.

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