|Place||Asia: Philippines, Luzon, Manila|
|Object type||Black & white, Landscape|
|Physical description||Black & white, Landscape|
|Date made||4 September 1945|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Manila, Philippines. 4 September 1945. A group of nurses and civilians in Manila, after release ...
Manila, Philippines. 4 September 1945. A group of nurses and civilians in Manila, after release from internment at Yokohama, at a prisoner of war (POW) processing unit on their way home. The group is made up of Australian Army nurses, civilian nurses from the Rabaul Government Hospital, Methodist Missionary nurses and a civilian, Mrs Bignell, all captured at Rabaul, and Mrs E. Jones, an American school teacher captured in the Aleutian Islands. Left to right: civilian nurse Grace Kruger; civilian nurse A. Beaumont; civilian nurse Joyce McGahan (back); civilian nurse Jean McLellan (front); Dorothy Beale, Methodist nurse (back); Jean Christopher, Methodist nurse (front); Dora Wilson, Methodist nurse (back); civilian nurse Dorothy Maye (front); Matron of the Rabaul Government Hospital, Joyce Oldroyd-Harris; Mrs E. Jones, an American school teacher; civilian nurse Mary Goss; Mavis Green, Methodist nurse; Mrs Kathleen Bignell, civilian housewife; Lieutenant (Lt) Lorna Whyte, Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS); Lt Mavis Cullen, AANS; Lt Daisy (Tootie) Keast, AANS; Captain Kay Parker, AANS.