Working in hospitals in England and France, Grey endured freezing and dangerous conditions.
New Zealand doctors and nurses, expert care, modern treatment and hot meals made hospitals much more bearable for its patients.
Medicine advanced rapidily to keep pace with the injuries produced by the war.
Callaghan wrote letters to his sister describing his training at Sling Camp and expressing his displeasure.
A huge network or training camps, hospitals and depots were established to support the war effort in Europe.
Wounded at the Somme, Denniston spent time recovering at several hospitals in England.
Useful resources for those looking for more information.
A selection of First World War vocabulary and common phrases.
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