|Unit||Australian Army Nursing Service|
|Place||Middle East: British Mandate of Palestine, Palestine, Gaza, Gaza Ridge|
|Object type||Black & white|
|Physical description||Black & white|
Hurley, James Francis (Frank)
|Place made||British Mandate of Palestine: Palestine, Gaza|
|Date made||19 November 1940|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Ah .. that's better. Now for a little fresh air, and beauty is once more unadorned. Respirators ...
Ah .. that's better. Now for a little fresh air, and beauty is once more unadorned. Respirators may be an important part of military equipment but really, a girl doesn't look her best with her head in a bag. The women practicing respirator drill are, left to right: VFX8394 Sister Lilian Elaine McPhail (died of injuries in a car crash at El Kantara on 1 September 1941, whilst attached to 2/2nd AGH); VX17199 Sister Gladys Elva Mole; VFX382 Sister Margaret Blythe Cuthbert; A. E. Whiteside; VX374 Margaret Elizabeth Josephs; and VFX374 senior nursing sister Dorothy Vines; all of the 2/1st Casualty Clearing Station.