Medical care in the First World War – Bibliography

Books about medical care, specially nurses memoirs, published in german, english and french language

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Abderhalden, E.Die Einrichtung. d. beiden Vereinslazarettzüge O1 u. Y1 d. Stadt Halle a. S.(19 S.) H. 1915. W.Knapp.Germany: ; medical service, hospitaltrain
Abderhalden, E.Die Einrichtung. d. Vereinslazarettzüge B 3 d. Stadt Jena u. A4 d. ländl. Kreise v. Sachsen-Anhalt u. d. Hilfslazarettzuges 24. Die Spende z. Unterstützung. d. Sanitätswesens d. türk. Armee. 2. Aufl.(33 S.) H. 1915. W.Knapp.Germany: ; medical service, hospitaltrain
Abraham, James Johnston.My Balkan Log.London: Chapman & Hall, 1921. 311 p., illustrated.Memoir, 1914-1915, when Abraham served with a Red Cross unit and as a major in the Serbian Army Medical Corps, fighting a typhus epidemic as Serbia battled Austria-Hungary.Great Britain: personal narrative; Red Cross
Adam, C. [Red.]Die Behandlung v. Kriegsverletzungen u. Kriegskrankheiten in d. Heimatlazaretten. 1. u. 2. Tl. Hrsg. v. Zentralkomitee f. d. ärztl. Fortbildungswesen in PreußenJ. 1915. 1916. G.Fischer. s. Hptw.Germany: ; hospital
Adams, E. R.My Travels in Foreign Lands, 1914-1918.London: Adelphia Press, 1994. 41 pp.Memoir, 1914-1918. Adams became a stretcher bearer in the R.A.M.C. in August 1914, and served on the Western Front and Salonika. His rnemoirs, written at the age of 94, are confusing and inaccurate in some parts.Great Britain: personal narrative; stretcher bearer
Albrecht, E.Aus meinem Kriegstagebuch (Badischer mobiler Lazarett-Trupp, 2. Zug)Heidelberg, 1917Germany: personal narrative; hospital
Aldridge, Olive M.The retreat from Serbia through Montenegro and Albania.London: Minerva; 1916. 113 p.field hospital work; Serbian Relief Unitpersonal narrative; nurses
Aleksinskaia, TatianaWith the Russian wounded.London: [1916]. 179 p.Russia: personal narrative;
Aleksinskaia, Tatiana [Tatiana Alexinsky]Parmi les blessés; carnet de route d'une aide-doctoresse russe.Paris: Armand Colin; 1916. 168 p.Russia: personal narrative; nurses, doctor
Allison, Grace E.Some Experiences in Active Service: France: Part I - IVThe American Journal of Nursing , Mar., 1919, Vol. 19, No. 4, 5, 6, 7Experiences of Base Hospital 4United States: ; nurses, hospital
Allison, Grace E.What the war has thaught us about nursing educationThe American Journal of Nursing volume 19, No.11 Aug (1919)United States: ; nurses
Allsebrook, Mary. Allsebrook, Annie.Born to rebel : the life of Harriet Boyd Hawes, written and doodled by her daughter Mary Allsebrook, and edited by her granddaughter Annie Allsebrook2002
Anderson, Isabel Weld PerkinsZigzaggingBoston: Houghton Mifflin; 1918. 269 p.United States: personal narrative; nurses, hospital, canteen
AnonymousOne woman's war.New York: 1930. 295 p.personal narrative; nurses
Antelme, JeanneAvec l’armée d’Orient. Notes d’une infirmière à MoudrosParis: Emile-Paul; 1916. 263 p.France: personal narrative; nurses
Appleton, EdithA nurse at the front: the first world war diaries of sister Edith AppletonSimon and Schuster, 2013, 320 p.Edith Appleton served in France for the whole of the conflict. Her diary details with compassion all the horrors of the 'war to end wars', including the first use of poison gas and the terrible cost of battles such as Ypres, but she also records what life was like for nurses and how she spent her time off-duty.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Ashe, Elizabeth H.Intimate letters from France during America's first year of war.San Francisco: Philopolis Press; 1918. 122 p. [1931. 224 p.]chief nurse of children's bureau, department of civil affairs, American Red CrossUnited States: personal narrative; Red Cross
Astuto, MercedesI vivi (diario di guerra) di Mercedes Astuto, inferraiera volontaria di Croce Rossa.Roma: 1935. 103 p.Italy: personal narrative;
Atherton, Gertrude Franklin HornLife in the war zone.New York: New York Times [Le bienetre du blessé]; 1916. 24 p. : personal narrative;
Atkinson, DianeElsie and Mairi Go to War: Two Extraordinary Women on the Western FrontArrow; 2010. 288 p.Elsie Knocker was a thirty year-old motorcycling divorcee dressed in bottle-green Dunhill leathers, and Mairi Chisholm was a brilliant eighteen-year old mechanic. In 1914, they roared off to London 'to do their bit', and within a month they were in the thick of things in Belgium driving ambulances to distant military hospitals. They set up their own first-aid post on the front line in the village of Pervyse, near Ypres. As news of their courage and expertise spread, the 'Angels of Pervyse' became celebrities, visited by journalists and photographers as well as royals and VIPs.Great Britain: ; nurses, ambulance, first-aid post
Avenell, Edith Florence "Queenie" Queenie. Letters from an Australian Army Nurse, 1915-1917Gumleaf Press, 2017Edith Florence "Queenie" Avenell was twenty-five years old when she enlisted in the Australian Army Nursing Service the day after the Australian and New Zealand forces stormed the beaches of Turkey on that first Anzac Day in 1915.Australia: personal narrative; nurses
B.H.B.War ConditionsThe American Journal of Nursing volume 18, No.2 (Nov.1917) p. 147-148United States: ; nurses
Babo, E. v.Aus dem Kriegstagebuch einer badischen Schwester.Karlsruhe, 1918Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Baker, George R.Heroes and Angels. Diary: A Medic Remembers World War 1, France and Belgium: 1917-1919.Baltimore, Md.: Gateway Press, 1999. 146 p., illustrated.Diary, April 1917-April 1919. Private Baker served as an orderly and surgical assistant in Base Hospital No. 12, sponsored by Northwestern University and based in Camiers, France. Tended mainly British army wounded. Diary has more on air raids and furloughs than hospital work.United States: personal narrative; doctor
Baldwin, MarianCanteening overseas 1917-1919.New York: Macmillan; 1920, 200 p.: personal narrative; canteens
Balfour, Lady F.Dr. Elsie InglisLondon, Hodder& Stoughton, n.d.Biography of the leading light of the Scottish Womens Hospitals: personal narrative; hospital
Barber, Margaret H.A British Nurse in Bolshevik Russia.London: A.C. Fifield, 1920. 64pp.Memoir/diary, April 1916-December 1919. Barber served as a Red Cross nurse in Moscow, Petrograd and the Caucasus. In her memoir she is less concerned with documentingwhat she experienced than she is with proving that the Bolsheviks were a friendly crowd who committed no atrocities.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Barbier, FrançoisLes navires-hôpitaux et la guerre de 1914-1918,Pedone, 1919.France: ; hospital ship
Barclay, F.L.G.In hoc vince: the story of a Red Cross FlagPutnam, 1915: personal narrative;
Barclay, H.A.Doctor in France 1917-1919: The Diary of Harold Barclay, Lieutenant-Colonel, American Expeditionary ForcesNew York, privately printed 1923.: personal narrative; doctor
Barras, LouisSouvenirs d’un médecin sur la plus grande guerre. Essais psycho­physiologiques.Maloine, 1926Médecin aide-major dans une unité d'artillerie au début de la guerre, il assiste à la bataille de Morhange et à la retraite. Fin 1915, il est relevé du front et affecté à l'Hôpital complémentaire n°11. Son récit porte essentiellement sur les premières semaines de la guerre.France: personal narrative; doctor
Barth, R.Aus dem Heldenleben einer Diakonisse: für das Vaterland gestorben. Schwester Sophie Holzer, gest. in Brest-Litowsk 22. X. 1915.W. 1915. Lämmle & Müllerschön.(31 S.)Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Barth, R.Was ich in dunklen Tagen der Schwermut lernte. Aus dem Leben der Oberin des Martha-Maria-VereinsNürnbergGermany: personal narrative; nurses
Base hospital 18 associationHistory of base hospital no.18, American expeditionary forces (Johns Hopkins unit)Baltimore: 1919. 134 p.United States Army A.E.F.United States: ; hospital
Bassères (Dr.)Le service de santé de la IIIe armée pendant la bataille de FranceCharles-Lavauzelle, 1922.France: ; medical service
Baudin, GeorgesBrancardier rur le front: Carnets de guerre 1914-1919La maison du moulin 2015, 570 p.Brancardier sur le front nous livre un témoignage vibrant. Marie Claude Pintiau Patrois a retranscrit puis réécrit les mémoires de guerre de son grand-père Georges Baudin.France: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Baumann, FelixDer Fall Edith Cavell1933Germany: ;
Bayly, H.W.Triple challenge; or, War, whirligigs and windmills, a doctor's memoirsLondon, Hutchinson, 1935: personal narrative; doctor
Bayly, Hugh WonseyTriple Challenge : or War, Whirligigs and Windmills. A Doctor's Memoir of the Years 1914-1929.London: Hutchinson, 1935. 396 p., illustrated.Bayly served in 1914 on HMS Princess Royal and then became Medical Officer of the 2nd Guards Brigade.Great Britain: personal narrative; doctor
Bayne, J.Breckenridge. Bugs and Bullets: A Doctor's Story.New York: Richard R. Smith, 1944. 256pp., illustrated.Memoir, August 1916- summer 1919. Author was a Maryland doctor who volunteered for service with the Allies and ended up in Bucharest, Romania, in November 1916, serving as a surgeon with a British hospital unit. When his British colleagues evacuated the city before the Germans captured it. Bayne elected to remain behind, and singlehandedly ran makeshift hospitals under the worst of conditions. Unusually detailed descriptions of wounds, illnesses, and operations.United States: personal narrative; doctor
Beadnell, C. MarshA Naval Medical Officer’s impressions of a visit to the TrenchesBale & Danielssohn, 1917: personal narrative; doctor
Beal, Howard W.The Letters of Major Howard W. Beal, Headquarters, First Division , Medical Department, Killed in Action July 18, 1918.Paris: J.R.E. Guild 1926. 74 p.Letters, July 1917-July 1918. Beal, a surgeon with the 1st Division, was killed by an aerial bomb. His letters to his wife, written mostly from Field Hospital 13 and the 6th Field Artillery, are of moderate interestUnited States: personal narrative;
Beauchamp, P.Fanny goes to warLondon, Murray 1919: personal narrative; nurses
Becherer, M.Briefe einer Probeschwester.Basel, um 1939Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Beck, H.Unter dem Roten Kreuz. Bilder aus der Friedensarbeit im KriegeLeipzig, 1896Germany: ; Red Cross
Becker, D.Im Seuchenlazarett d. 5. Armee. Kriegserinnerungen(95 S.) D. 1919. Düsseld. Tageblatt.Germany: personal narrative; hospital
Becker, K.-H.Frontkämpferinnen erzählen.Düsseldorf, 1937Germany: personal narrative;
Becker, M. L.Frau hinter der Front. Roman.Berlin, 1934Germany: novel;
Begg, R.C.Surgery on Trestles: a Saga of Suffering and TriumphNorwich, Jarrold, 1967Describes the Middle East theatre: ;
Bennett, A.H.English Medical Women: glimpses of their work in peace and warLondon, Pitman, 1914: ; nurses
Benson, S.C.Back from hellChicago, McClurg, 1918: personal narrative;
Bergmann, M.Kriegstagebuchblätter einer Schwester.Mannheim, 1930Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Bernheim, Bertram M."Passed as censored" Philadelphia: Lippincot; 1918Base Hospital 18United States: personal narrative; hospital, doctor
Bertrand de Laflotte, DanielDans les Flandres. Dunkerque, Zuydcoote, Houten, Furnes, Coxyde, Adinkerke, La Panne. Notes d'un volontaire de la Croix-Rouge, 1914-1915Paris, Barcelone, Bloud / Gay, 1917: personal narrative; Red Cross
Bérys, José deAu grand Hostel-Dieu, scènes et croquis d’hôpitalOudin; 1917France: ; hospital
Bessières, Albert (abbé)Le Train rouge. Deux ans en train sanitaireBeauchesne; 1917Né le 2 février 1877, l'auteur est prêtre et professeur en Belgique à la déclaration de guerre. Le 6 août 1914, il est affecté à un train sanitaire. Le 20, il fait son premier voyage au front. Il demeure dans cette unité jusqu'au 23 novembre 1916, date à laquelle elle est supprimée.France: personal narrative; medical service, stretcher-bearer
Bessières, Albert (abbé)Le Chemin des DamesBloud & Gay, 1918L'auteur est prêtre et professeur en Belgique à la déclaration de guerre. Le 6 août 1914, il est affecté à un train sanitaire. Il y demeure plus de deux ans. Il rejoint ensuite un hôpital, avant d'être versé en juillet 1917 au GBD de la 130e DI. En novembre, il passera à la 1ère division de cavalerie à pied, avant de devenir aumônier.France: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Betensted, A., u. P. StecherKrankenträgerdienst. Bearb. v. Mueller (Claus). (B. u. St. Jugendkompagnie.)B. 1916. Priebatsch. (47 S.)Germany: ; medical service
Bielka-Karltreu, A.Der Malteserzug A im Weltkriege.(28 u. IV S.) W. 1920. M.Perles.Germany: ; medical service, hospitaltrain
Billington, Mary FrancesThe Red Cross in war, woman's part in the relief of suffering.London: 1914. 190 p.: personal narrative; Red Cross
Binyon, L.For Dauntless France.London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1918Laurence Binyon served with an Ambulance Unit behind the French front: personal narrative; ambulance
Biwald, BrigitteVon Helden und Krüppeln: das österreichisch-ungarische Militärsanitätswesen im Ersten Weltkrieg2002Austria: ; medical service
Bizard, L.Souvenirs d'un médecin de la Prefecture de police et des prisons de Paris (1914-1918)Paris, Grasset, 1925France: personal narrative; doctor
Black, Elizabeth WalkerHospital heroes.New York: Scribner's; 1919. 223 p.France, Auto Chir No.7 (Automobile Chirurgical): personal narrative; nurses, hospital
Blackham, Col. R.J.Scalpel, Sword and Stretcher.London, Sampson Low, Marston and Co Ltd.,: personal narrative;
Blanck, A.Frauentrost und Frauenpflicht. Abdruck eines Vortrages vom 30. Januar 1917(Evangelischer Frauen- und Jungfrauenverein) Mannheim, 1917Germany: ; medical service
Blau, Dr. und Lehr, LudwigaUnser Sanitätswesen und das Rote Kreuz1914Germany: ; medical service, Red Cross
Blau, O.Unser Sanitätswesen im Frieden und im Kriege.Leipzig: 1915. J.J.Arnd. (63 S.)Germany: ; medical service
Blumeck, K. G.Samariterdienst im Granatfeuer.1929.Germany: ; medical service
Boettcher, v.Die Mitwirkung der Frau in der Verwundeten- und Krankenfürsorge im Kriege.In: Die sanitäre Kriegsrüstung Deutschlands, 14 Vorträge, gehalten in der Ausstellung für Verwundeten- und Krankenfürsorge im Kriege. Berlin, 1914/15, S. 70-79Germany: ; medical service
Bohny, G. A.Oberst Carl Bohny. Rotkreuz-Chefarzt im Weltkrieg (1856-1928)Zürich 1932Germany: ; Red Cross
Bohny, Gustav AdolfOberst Carl Bohny, Rotkreuzchefarzt im Weltkrieg: 1856-1928.Zürich: Füssli, 22 S., Ill. 1932. Serie: Schweizerköpfe 11Germany: ; medical service
Bongard, Ella MaeNobody Ever Wins a War: The World War 1 Diaries of Ella Mae Bongard, R.N. Edited by Eric C. Scott.Ottawa: Janeric Enterprises, 1998. 70 pp., illustrated.Diary, August 1917- February 1919. Bongard was a native Canadian who trained in New York and joined the U.S. Army Nursing Corps with No.2 Base Hospital at Etretat, France. Though often mundane, this is a wonderfully engaging diary,Canada: personal narrative; nurses
Bonin, M. v.Oberin Diakonisse Maria von Bonin.1933Germany: personal narrative;
Bonnet, LéonieAimer et travailler. Léonie Bonnet, une infirmière militaire dans la Grande Guerrezie: Lafon, Alexandre et Céline Piot: ;
Booth, EvangelineThe war romance of the Salvation Army.London: 1919. 356 p.: ; Salvation Army, charity
Booth, Mary B.With the B.E.F. in France.London: The Salvation Army; 1916. 121 p.: personal narrative; Salvation Army, charity
Borden, MaryThe Forbidden ZoneLondon: W. Heinemann, 1929,.211 pp., illustrated. [London : Hesperus, 2008, xvi, 116 p. ; 20 cm. ISBN: 1843914433]Borden, an American novelist, heiress, and wife of Major General Sir Edward Spears, was a war nurse with the French army, 1914-1918. This is a collection of impressionistic sketches, stories, and poems based on the author's experiences with suffering French soldiers and civilians in various hospitals.United States: personal narrative; nurses, medical care
Borden, Mary, La Motte, Ellen Newbold, Higonnet, Margaret R.Nurses at the front : writing the wounds of the Great War.2001: ; nurses
Borrmann, AugustDie Besuchsfahrt zu den Diakonissen des Kaiserswerther Verbandes im Osten.In: ebd., Juli/Aug. 1915, S. 118-138Germany: ; nurses
Borrmann, AugustDie Diakonissen des Kaiserswerther Verbandes im Weltkriege.Gütersloh: Bertelsmann; 1936. 458 p.Germany: ; nurses
Borrmann, AugustIn Frankreich gefangen. Arbeit und Leiden ostpreußischer DiakonissenBerlin: Runge; 1915. 55 p.Germany: ; nurses
Borrmann, AugustAus den Leidentagen der ostpreußischen Schwestern in Frankreich.In: ebd., Jan./März 1915, S. 33-49Germany: ; nurses
Borrmann, AugustWieder in Russland.In: Der Armen- und Krankenfreund. Aug./Nov. 1916, S. 157-174Germany: ;
Bortnowsky, Jean (Dr.)Quelques impressions de la campagne 1914-1915 au point de vue sanitaireJouve, 1919.France: ; medical service
Boschi, G. (ed.).La Guerra e le Arti Sanitarie. Collezione Italiana di diari, memorie, studi e documenti per servire alla storia della Guerra del mondo, diretta da Angelo GattiMilan, Montadori. 1931Italy: personal narrative;
Botcharsky, SophieThey Knew How to Die: Being a Narrative of the Personal Experiences of a Red Cross Sister on the Russian Front.London: Peter Davies, 1931. 311pp.Front line hospital experiences. Memoir, August 1914 - February 1917. Semi-fictionalized but interesting account of the travails of nursing during battles on the Eastern Front.Russia: personal narrative; nurses, Red Cross
Botcharsky, SophieThe kinsmen know how to die, [by] Sophie Botcharsky and Florida Pier.New York: 1931. 306 p.: personal narrative;
Boubée, l’Abbé JosephParmi les blesses allemandsPlon-Nourrit, 1916Among the wounded in Belgium in the first five months of warFrance: personal narrative;
Boucard, BenoitBrancardiers! : des soldats de la Grande GuerreLouviers : Ysec Editions, 2015France: ; stretcher bearers
Bouloumié, Pierre (Dr.)Leçons de guerre. La santé et la guerreLimoges Paris, Charles-Lavauzelle, 1922.France: ; medical service
Bourceret, J.-M.Sur les routes du front de MeusePerrin, 1917Né en 1870, l'abbé Bourceret est professeur à la déclaration de guerre. Le 5 août 1914, il est affecté comme infirmier-major au service de santé du 5e CA. Le 14, il est sur le front. Il y demeure jusqu'à la fin de 1915, dans les ambulances 4/55, 5/55 et 3/5, date à laquelle il est affecté dans des unités de l'intérieur.France: personal narrative; nurses
Bowerman, Jr., Guy EmersonThe Compensations of War : The Diary of an Ambulance Driver during the Great War.Austin: University of Texas Press, 1983. 178 p.Diary, June 1917-November 1918. Bowerman was an ambulance driver of S.S.U. 585 attached to the 128th French Infantry Division, which fought near Villers-Cotterets during the German March 1918 offensive. Interesting and extensive diary, one of the best by an American ambulance driver. The book is based on the recopied and amplified version of his diary which he prepared in 1919United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Bowser, TheklaBritain's civilian volunteers; authorized story of British Voluntary Aid Detachment work in the great war.1917 reprinted 2003, London, Imperial War MuseumGreat Britain: ; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD)
Boyd, W.With a field ambulance at Ypres. Being letters written March 7-August 15, 1915.Toronto, Musson Book Company, 1916: personal narrative; ambulance
Boyd-Orr, 1st baron.As I recallLondon, Macgibbon & Kee, 1966R.A.M.C. and Naval service. Some interesting observations on courts-martial for desertion; he suggests that many medical and other officers would use any excuse to find mitigating circumstancesGreat Britain: personal narrative;
Boylston, Helen Dore'Sister': the war diary of a nurseNew York, Washburn, 1927: personal narrative; nurses
Bradford, MayA hospital letter writer in FranceLondon, Methuen, 1920The wife of Sir John Rose Bradford, Consulting Physician to the BEF, May Bradford sat by innumerable bedsides in Boulogne and Etaples writing letters to dictation for wounded soldiers. It is clear from her writing that the post of letter-writer (not one that is generally known about) entailed the provision of essential, if amateur, psychology services to the sick and injured: personal narrative;
Bradley, Amy OwenBack of the front in France.Letters of Amy Owen Bradley, motor driver of the American fund for French woundedLondon/Boston, Butterfield, 1918. 155 p.Hospitals: personal narrative;
Brändström, ElsaAmong Prisoners of War in Russia and Siberia ; By Elsa Brändström. Transl. from the German by C. Mabel Rickmers.London: Hutchinson; 1929. 284 p.Sweden: personal narrative; nurses, prisoners of war
Brändström, ElsaBland krigsfaangar i Ryssland och Sibirien, 1914-1920.Stockholm: 1921. 174 p.Sweden: personal narrative; nurses, prisoners of war
Brändström, Elsa.Unter Kriegsgefangenen in Russland und Sibirien 1914-1920Berlin, 1922, 134 p. 2. Aufl.Mit 46 photographischen Abbildungen, zwei Kartenskizzen und einem Bildnis der Verfasserin.Sweden: personal narrative; nurses, prisoners of war
Braun, L.Die weibliche DienstpflichtIn: Porger, G. (Hrsg.): Die deutsche Frau und der Krieg. 1916, S. 25-28Germany: ;
Braun, L.Krieg und KulturIn: Porger, G. (Hrsg.): Die deutsche Frau und der Krieg. 1916, S. 41-45Germany: ;
Breitner, B.Unvervundet Gefangen - Aus meinem Sibirischen Tagebuch.Rikola Verlag, 1921An account of a doctor’s experience as a POW in Siberia dealing with epidemic disease: personal narrative;
Brekenfeld, F. W.Das Deutsche Rote Kreuz.Berlin, 1938Germany: ; Red Cross
Brereton, Fredrick SadlerThe Great War and the R.A.M.C.London: Constable; 1919. 300 p.Royal Army Medical Corps medical history: ; medical service
British Medical AssociationBritish medicine in the war, 1914-1917, being essays on problems of medicine, surgery, and pathology arising among the British armed forces engaged in this war and the manner of...British Medical Association: 1917Great Britain: ; medical service
Britnieva, MaryOne woman's storyLondon, Barker, 1934. 286 p.English born, Mary Britnieva served as a nurse on the Russian front where her husband was a medical officer. After the war he had several brushes with the G.P.U. before being arrested in 1928; two years later she was told that he had “disappeared”: personal narrative; nurses
Brittain, VeraVerses of a V.A.D.London: Erskine Macdonald; 1918. 46 p.Great Britain: poetry; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD)
Brittain, VeraWar diary, 1913-1917 : chronicle of youth. Ed. by Alan Bishop.London: 1981. 382 p.Great Britain: ; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD), nurses
Brittain, Vera MaryTestament of Youth: An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925.London / New York: Gollancz, 1933. 661 pp.A classic memoir of bereavement, and one of the most important pieces of literature to emerge from the war. Brittain, a member of the "Bloomsbury Group" who would spend the rest of her life as a prominent peace activist, recounts her V.A.D. work, the pathos of the home front, and the loss of her loved ones. Great Britain: personal narrative; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD)
Brooke, DoraKriegserlebnisse der Kaiserswerther Diakonissen in Alexandrien.Kaiserswerth a.Rhein: 1916. 42 p.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Brown, Raymond ShilandBase hospital no.9, A.E.F.; a history of the work of the New York hospital unit during two years of active serviceNew York 1920United States: ; hospital
Bruce, C.Humour in tragedy, hospital life behind three FrontsLondon, Skeffington, 1918: personal narrative; hospital
Bruce, Herbert A. and Charlesworth, Hector WilloghbyPolitics and the Canadian Army Medical Corps; a history of intrigue, containing many facts omitted from the official records, showing how efforts at rehabilitation were baulked1919Canada: ; medical service
Bruhn, C.Bericht üb. e. 2j. Tätigkeit d. Düsseld. Lazarettes für Kieferverletzte.. 1914-1916.(III, 92 S.) W. 1916. (M.), J.F.Bergmann. Freiburg i. B.Germany: ; hospital, Düsseldorf
Bruhn, C.Und d. Arbeit half uns!“ Bilder aus dem Düsseld. Lazarett f. Kiefer-VerletzteD. 1915. A.Bagel. (16 S.)Germany: ; hospital, Düsseldorf
Brunnemann, A.Deutsche Frauen in Kriegszeiten.Dresden, 1917Germany: ;
Bryan, Julien HequemboughAmbulance 464, encore des blessésNew York, Macmillan, 1918. 220 p.Julian Bryan served with SSU 12. American Field Service: personal narrative;
Bucaille, VictorLettres de prêtres aux armées, recueillies par Victor Bucaille. 1. Prêtres soldats 2. Prêtres officiers 3. Prêtres brancardiers 4. Prêtres aumoniersParis: Payot; 1916. 360 p.France: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Buch, M.Der Anteil des Kaiserswerther Verbandes Deutscher Diakonissen-Mutterhäuser an der Kriegsgefangenenpflege.In: Die Frau, 43. Jahrgang, 1935/36, S. 301-307Germany: ;
Bucher, W.E.Surgeon ErrantLos Angeles, Angeles Press, 1935.Description of the 3rd American Red Cross Mission in Siberia 1918-1919.: personal narrative;
Buckle, Elizabeth Braithwaite TurnerTriumphant Over Pain.London: Longmans, Green, 1923. 128 p.Memoir, 1914-1916, by a former South African War nurse who volunteered for hospital service at Netley in England. Consists mainly of essays on some of Buckle's individual patients.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Bullion, G. v.Aus ihren Briefen und Schriften. Zusammengestellt vom Schönstatt-Frauenbund.Neuwied, 1981Germany: ;
Bunsen, M. v.Zeitgenossen die ich erlebte 1900-1930.Leipzig, 1932Germany: ;
Buraczynski, A.Leitfaden für Blessiertenträger. 10. Aufl.(48 S.) W. 1918. J.Springer.Germany: ; medical service
Burke, KathleenThe white road to Verdun.New York: 1916. 168 p.: personal narrative; Red Cross
Burnet, EtienneLa Tour blancheFlammarion, 1921Bien que cet ouvrage soit résolument autobiographique, l'auteur ne laisse rien deviner de lui-même, et on en est réduit à des conjectures. Il est médecin, semble d'âge mûr (une cinquantaine d'années ?) et a participé à la campagne de France en 1914-1915. Son récit, sous-titré : Armée d'Orient 1916-1917 rassemble des nouvelles et un fragment de journal (1er mai-20 juillet 1917) au ton résolument littéraire. Si les affectations de l'auteur restent vagues (Il est à l'Hôpital 75 de Salonique en mai 1917), les lieux sont indiqués assez précisément.France: personal narrative; doctor
Burton, Caspar HenryLetters of Caspar Henry Burton, Jr. Edited by Spence Burton.Carnbridge, Mass.: Riverside Press, 1921. 404 p., illustrated.Biography, with war letters covering July 1915-February 1919. Burton, from Cincinnati, enlisted as a lieutenant in the British Red Cross in July 1915, serving in the Hector Munro Ambulance Corps on the Yser River front. In October 1915 he enlisted as a private in the 29th Royal Fusiliers, but remained in Britain until he went to France in December 1916 as a second lieutenant in the 4th King's (Liverpool) Regiment.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Busch, PaulAls Chefarzt im Ostheer. Erlebnisse und Erfahrungen 1915-1919.Berlin: Mittler, 1939. 96 S. Veröffentlichungen aus d. Gebiete d. Heeres-Sanitätswesens. Heft 107.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Busch, PaulKriegstagebuch eines Regimentsarztes.Berlin: Verlag Offene Worte, 1933. 89 S. Veröffentlichungen aus d. Gebiete d. Heeres-Sanitätswesens. Heft 89.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Bussy, Jack deRéfugiée et Infirmière de guerreParis: Figuière; 1915.France: personal narrative; nurses
Buswell, LeslieWith the American Ambulance Field Service in France.Privately Printed, Cambridge, MA. 1915. 129 p.United States: personal narrative; ambulance
Buswell, LeslieAmbulance No.10; Personal Letters from the Front.Thomas Allen, Toronto 1916, 155 p.Leslie Buswell served with SSU 2United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Butler, Charles TerryA Civilian in UniformOjai Calif.: Butler, 1975. 399pp., illustrated.Privately printed for the author's relatives. Autobiography, war chapters covering May 1916-May 1919. Butler was an assistant surgeon at Hospital Militaire V.R. 76, Ris-Orangis, near Paris from May 1916 to January 1917, and then served with Evacuation Hospital No.3 behind the American front lines for the remainder of the war. Includes detailed accounts of war wounds and medical work.United States: personal narrative; hospital
Butler, Henry A.Overseas Sketches. Being a Journal of My Experiences in Service With the American Red Cross in FranceYoungstown (OH), Privately Printed 1921. 141 p.Privately printed memoirs in an edition of 300 of an American's service with the Red Cross in World War I.United States: personal narrative; Red Cross
Buttler, E. v.Die Oberin als Mutter der Schwestern.1928Germany: ; nurses
Cabot, Richard C. [pref.]Mademoiselle Miss; letters from an American girl serving with the rank of lieutenant in a French army hospital at the front.Boston: Butterfield; 1916. 102 p.In France: personal narrative; hospital, nurses
Cahill, A.F. (ed).Between the Lines: Letters and Diaries from Elsie Inglis's Russian UnitBishop Auckland, Pentland Press, 1999: personal narrative;
Cairns Collection of American Women WritersA red triangle girl in France.New York: Doran; 1918. 168 p.United States: personal narrative; Y.M.C.A.
Calhoun , Emile M.For We're All Just Back From Hell: World War 1: The Diary of Pvt. Emile M. Calhoun, 353rd Infantry Medical Corps 89th Division. Edited by Michael C. Joseph.Independence, Mo.: Two Trails Publishing, 1999. 204 p ., illustrated.Diary, April 1918-June 1919. Calhoun, a decidedly reluctant soldier, served as a battlefield medic in St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne battles; his unit joined German occupation force. United States: personal narrative;
Calthorp, D.C..The Wounded French soldierLondon, St Catherine Press, 1916A short illustrated record of experience, published in aid of the French Red Cross: personal narrative;
Campbell, P.Back of the Front: experiences of a nurseLondon, Newnes 1915: personal narrative; nurses
Carossa, HansRumänisches Tagebuch: Aufzeichnungen aus dem Ersten WeltkriegFrankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1978. 155 S.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Carossa, HansTagebuch im Kriege. Rumänisches TagebuchLeipzig: Insel Verlag, 1924, 229 S. [1952, 165 S.]Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Carossa, Hans.A Roumanian Diary. Translated by Agnes Neill ScottLondon: M. Seeker, 1929. 251 p.Diary, October-December 1916. Atmospheric but uneventful story of a German doctor's service in the Carpathian mountains of Romania.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Cartellieri, G.Hilfsplatz D7 vermißt. Erlebnisse e. kriegsgefang. Arztes [in Rußland und Sibirien].1936Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Catchpool, T. CorderOn two fronts: Letters of a conscientious objectorLondon: Headley; 1918. 176 p.: personal narrative; ambulance, hospital
Cator, DorothyIn a French military hospitalLondon, Longmans, 1915. 99 p.Work in a French hospital, seen through English eyes. There is scarce a good word for French professionals; the filth of the wards appears to pass unnoticed except by the fastidious English: personal narrative; hospital
Caujole, P.Les Tribulations d'une Ambulance Française en PerseAuthor's self publishing, 1959.A French medical mission in the massacres in Caucasus and High-Euphrates, May 1917 - February 1919): personal narrative; ambulance
Cazal, EdmondVoluptés de guerreEdition française illustrée, 1918Affecté comme médecin de bataillon au 281e RI en août 1914, il participe à la campagne en Alsace. Il semble qu'il ait été assez rapidement affecté à un hôpital de l'arrière.France: personal narrative; doctor
Chapin, William Andrew RobertsonThe lost legion; the story of the fifteen hundred American doctors who served with the B.E.F. in the great war.1926: ; medical service
Chase, H. L.The 2/1st London Field Ambulance; an outline of the four and half years service of a unit of the 56th Division at home & abroad during the great war, 1914-19191924: ; ambulance
Chauveau, LéopoldDerrière la batailleParis: Payot et cie, 1917, 159 p.Médecin, il est affecté d'abord à un hôpital de l'arrière. A mesure que la guerre avance, il se rapproche peu à peu du front, pour finir dans un poste de secours en première ligne. Son livre est un recueil d'histoires et de portraits de blessés.France: personal narrative; doctor, ambulance, hospital
Chemnitz, W.Frauenarbeit im Kriege.Berlin, 1926Germany: ;
Cheney, DorothyMemories, November 1917-March 1919.Hartford: [1930]. 110 p.: personal narrative;
Christophe, VictorCarnets de guerreJournaux de combattants et civils de la France du Nord... - PU du Septentrion, 1998Musicien en période de repos, il devenait brancardier sur le champ de bataille. Ses carnets couvrent toute la période de la guerre. (Lorraine, Marne, Argonne, Mort-Homme, Somme, Mont Sapigneul, Champagne)France: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Church, James RobbThe doctor's part. What happens to the wounded in warNew York, Appleton, 1918United States: ; medical service, hospitals
Churchill, Mary SmithYou who can help ; Paris letters of an American army officer's wife, August 1916-January 1918.296 p.United States: personal narrative;
Clark, M.E.A war nurse's diary. Sketches from a Belgian field hospitalNew York: Macmillan; 1918. 115 p.: personal narrative; nurses
Clarke, Carolyn W.Evacuation 114 as seen from withinBoston: Hudson Print Co., 1919. 71 p., illustrated.Memoir, June 1918- January 1919. Clarke was a nurse's aide with Evacuation Hospital 114, stationed at Jouy-sur-Morin, Chateau-Thierry, Toul, and Fleury-sur-Aire near Verdun. Short but candid.United States: personal narrative; nurses
Clarke, Dorothy M.No time to weep.Hale 1942, 222 p.: ;
Clarke, Ida Clyde GallagherAmerican women and the world war.New York: 1918. 544 p.United States: ;
Clarke, R.G.The evolution of a Casualty Clearing Station on the Western Front.Bristol, Bristol Medico-Chirugical Society 1936Transcript of a paper presented to the Society at their Annual Meeting in 1936: ; medical service
Clarke-Kennedy, A.E.Edith CavellLondon, Faber & Faber, 1965When the war broke out Edith Cavell was matron of Dr. Depages's Training School for Nurses in Brussels' Barkendalle Medical Institute; the Germans allowed her to continue her work and the Institute became a Red Cross Hospital at which German and Allied wounded were treated. She was executed on 12th October 1915 for aiding the escape of Belgian, French and British troops.: ;
Clavier, Marcel-Jean-Eugène (Dr.)Les évacuations des malades et blessés serbes sur le navire-hôpital "Bien-Hoa". Campagne d’Orient (juin 1915-octobre 1917)Bordeaux: impr. Pecli, 1919.France: ; hospitalship, illness, wounds, treatment
Cliffe, Ida ElsieSRN at War : A Nurse' s Memoirs of 1914-1918.Birmingham: I.E. Cliffe, 1975. 26 pp.Brief memoir of a nurse's wartime service in Egypt, India, and Mesopotamia; comments on local sights and culture but little of interest.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Clint, Mabel BrownOur Bit: Memories of War Service by a Canadian Nursing-Sister.Montreal: Barwick, 1934. 177 pp.Memoir/diary, 1914-1919. Account of a nurse who served at Lemnos and in London and France.Canada: personal narrative; nurses
Clork-Kennedy, A.E.Edith Cavell; pioneer and patriot.London: 1965. 248 p.: ;
Cobbold, L.In Blue and Gray. Sketches of life in Red Cross HospitalsCambridge, 1917: personal narrative;
Coleman, Laura E.Experiences of the Justice Hospital Group, Base Hospital 51in: American Journal of Nursing, Sept 1919, Vol.19, No.12 pages 931-939: personal narrative; nurses, hospital
Collet, Charles-Paul (Dr.)Notes médicales prises pendant une campagne de guerre à bord de l'aviso "Vaucluse" au Cameroun (juin 1918-août 1919)Bordeaux, impr. Céroude, 1920.France: ; medical service
Collis, Elsie DorothyExcerpts from Nursing Sister Elsie Collis' First World War Diary: A 1911 Graduate from Victoria 's Royal Jubilee Hospital Training School. Edited by Anne Pearson.Victoria, B.C.: Anne Pearson, 1999. 51pp., illustrated.Canada: personal narrative; nurses
Colombel, E.Journal d'une infirmière d'Arras (Août-septembre-octobre 1914)Paris: Bloud et Gay; 1916. 166 p.France: personal narrative; nurses
Columban, M.The Irish nuns at Ypres; an episode of the war, by D.M.C. (member of the community).London: 1915. 197 p.: personal narrative, Irish; nurses
Comité du monumentMonument à la gloire des infirmières françaises et alliées victimes de leur dévouement, 1914-1918.1926France: ; nurses
Cooper, Alice EvelynA history of United States army base hospital no.36 (Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery Unit) organized at Detroit, Michigan, April 11th, 1917Detroit: 1922. 231 p.United States: ; hospital
Corbett, ElsieRed Cross in Serbia, 1915-1919; A Personal Diary of Experiences . Banbury, Oxon: Cheney & Sons, 1964. 186 pp., illustrated.Memoir/diary, May 1915-March 1919. The author was a Red Cross nurse in Serbia during 1915, and after being captured by the Austrians was repatriated and returned to drive an ambulance during the Salonika Campaign of 1916-18. Illustrates the squalid conditions on this front and the wretched state of the "hospitals" compared with the Western FrontGreat Britain: personal narrative; nurses, Red Cross, ambulance driver
Cornish, John. Wenzel, MarianAuntie Mabel's war : an account of her part in the hostilities of 1914-181980: personal narrative;
Cosack, E.Die Schwestern in den Heimatlazaretten.Die christliche Frau, 14 (1916) 7/8 : 214-216, 9 : 293-294, 10/11 : 315-319, 12 : 357-361Germany: ; nurses
Coyle, E.R.Ambulancing on the French frontNew York: Britton 1918. 243 p.United States: personal narrative; ambulance
Coyle, E.R.Field ambulance sketchesLondon, Lane, 1919Coyle served with the Norton-Harjes Ambulance: personal narrative; ambulance
Crane-Gartz, KateA Woman and War.Long Beach, Calif.: Mary Craig Sinclair, 1928. 184 pp.The first 72 p. contain the 1927-28 letters of Kate Crane-Gartz, a Socialist politician and antiwar activist; the rest of the book prints the February 1916-January 1919 letters of her son, Captain Crane-Gartz. Gartz served as an ambulance driver in A.F.S., S.S.U. 8 until August 1916, when he returned to the United States as a dirigible flight instructor. He went back to France as a naval aviator in October 1918. United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Crémieux, J.Souvenirs d'une InfirmièreParis, Rouff (Coll. Patrie 52), 1918Reminiscences of a French nurse at the beginning of WW1 (August 1914 - May 1915).France: personal narrative; nurses
Crewdson, DorotheaDorothea's War. A First World War nurse tells her storyOrion Publishing Co, 2014, 384 p.In April 1915, Dorothea Crewdson, a newly trained Red Cross nurse, and her best friend Christie, received instructions to leave for Le Treport in northern France. Filled with excitement at the prospect of her first paid job, Dorothea began writing a diary.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Crichton-Harris, A.Seventeen Letters to Tatham. A WW1 surgeon in East AfricaToronto, Keneggy West, 2001The only account I have seen of a medical man in this theatre, based on letters written by the author’s grandfather Temple Harris to his brother in India: personal narrative;
Crofton, EileenThe women of Royaumont : a Scottish women's hospital on the Western Front.1997Great Britain: ; hospital
Crosby, Henry GrewWar LettersParis: Black Sun Press, 1932. 312 p.Letters, July 1917-February 1919. Crosby served in A.F.S. ambulance, S.S.U. 641, supporting the French 158th, 120th, and 17th Divisions on various fronts.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Croy, Princesse M. deSouvenirs, 1914-1918Paris, Plon (Coll. Le Martyre des Pays envahis), 1933A nursing memoir of a Belgian princess on the North Front. The same author appears also to have produced a 1914-15 memoir with a Flemish spelling (de Croij, Princesse M. Souvenirs 1914-1915; Paris, Plon, 1944): personal narrative;
Cummings, Edward EstlinThe Enormous RoomNew York: Boni and Liveright 1922. 271 p.Cummings served with the Norton-Harjes Ambulance and was arrested by the French, detailing his experiences in this bookUnited States: personal narrative; ambulance
Cushing, HarveyThe story of U.S.Army Base Hospital No.5Cambridge: University Press; 1919. 118 p.Great Britain: ; hospital
Cushing, HarveyFrom a Surgeon's Journal, 1915-1918Boston: Little, Brown, 1936. 534 p., illustrated.Diary, March 1915- February 1919. Extremely detailed and well annotated diary of Dr. Cushing's service throughout France during the war, with a Harvard unit of the American Ambulance at Neuilly in 1915, with the B.E.F. in Flanders in 1916-1917, as director of American Base Hospital No.5 in 1917-1918, and as senior consultant in neurosurgery with the A.E.F. Medical Headquarters after July 1918. An indispensable guide to wartime medical workUnited States: personal narrative; surgeon
Cutler, G. RipleyOf Battles Long Ago: Memoirs of an American Ambulance Driver in World War 1.Hicksville, N.Y.: Exposition Press, -1979. 280 p., illustrated.Letters and diaries covering March 1917-February 1919, rewritten into narrative by Cutler's nephew, Charles H. Knickerbocker. Cutler joined the A.F.S. in December 1916, serving near Verdun in S.S.U. 18, and then transferred to U.S.A.A.S. section 642. He was wounded by a shell in February 1918, but continued to serve on various U.S.Army fronts.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Czettritz, v.Schwester Elisabeth von Raumer.Michowitz, um 1932Germany: ; nurses
D. M. C.The Irish Nuns at Ypres. An episode of the war.London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1915, 198 p.Ireland: ; nurses
Dadeshkeliani, Ekaterina AleksandrovnaPrincess in Uniform, Translated by Arthur J. Ashton.London:G. Bell and Sons, 1934. 301 p., illustrated.The author's parents were Princess Eristavi and Prince Alexander of Georgia. During the war she joined the 4th Tartar regiment and drove ambulances on the Austrian Front before being wounded in 1916.Russia: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Daoulas, Joseph-André (Dr.)La médecine de bataillon. Contribution à l’étude du rôle de médecin de bataillon d’infantërie pendant la guerre 1914-1918Jouve, 1919.France: ; medical service
Dare, Jane, pseud.Letters from the Forgotten Army.London: Arthur H. Stockwell, 1920. 40 pp.Memories of a nurse at Salonika.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Dartigues, E. (Dr.)La mission sanitaire chirurgicale française de Caucase (1er juillet 1917-12 juillet 1918)Maloine, 1919.France: ; medical service
Dautet, Jean-Jacques (Dr.)Le médecin d’infanterie pendant la grande GuerreGuéret, impr. Adenis et Fouriaud, 1920.France: ; medical service
Dauzat, A.Impressions et Choses Vues (Juillet - Décembre 1914). Les Préliminaires de guerre. Le carnet d'un infirmier militaire. Le journal de BarzacParis, Attinger, n.d.: personal narrative;
Davies, E.C.Ward talesLondon, Lane, 1920: personal narrative;
Davies, JosephineThe work of the women's emergency canteens in France 1915-1919.London: [1919]. 128 p.: personal narrative; canteens
Dawson, Loleta Irene : Huntting, Marion DavisEuropean war fiction in English, and personal narratives; bibliographies, by Loleta I. Dawson and .Boston: 1921. 120 p.: bibliography;
De T’Serclaes, BaronessFlanders and Other FieldsLondon, George Harrap, 1964Autobiography detailing front line nursing in Belgium (Chapters 4-11): personal narrative; nurses
Deacon, Lindley A.Beyond the call : the story of Australia's First World War nurses with further chapters relative to the warLaunceston, Tas. : Regal Press [2000]: ; nurses
Dearden, H.Time and chanceLondon, Heinemann, 1940: personal narrative;
Dearden, HaroldMedicine and duty. A war diaryLondon, Heinemann, 1928Diary, approximately 1915-1918 (undated entries). The author, a doctor in the R.A.M.C., describes his service at various base hospitals behind the Western Front.: personal narrative; doctor, hospital
Dearmer, Mabel WhiteLetters from a field hospital.London: 1916. 182 p.Great Britain: personal narrative; hospital
Dease, A.With the French Red CrossNew York, Kennedy 1917: personal narrative; Red Cross
Deauville, Max (pseud. Maurice Duwez)Jusqu'à YserParis: Calmann-Lévy; 1917. 388 p.Brusselse Franstalige dokter Maurice Duwez legt een filmische getuigenis af van de campagne van de 6e divisie van het Belgische leger. Hij bevond zich tot november 1915 in de sectoren Dixmuide, Lo en Lizerne.Belgium: personal narrative; doctor
Deauville, Max (pseud. Maurice Duwez)La boue des FlandresBruxelles: De Meyere; 1922Médecin affecté à l'aerostationBelgium: personal narrative; doctor
Deauville, Max (pseud. Maurice Duwez)Tot aan de IJzerRoularta BooksBrusselse Franstalige dokter Maurice Duwez legt een filmische getuigenis af van de campagne van de 6e divisie van het Belgische leger. Hij bevond zich tot november 1915 in de sectoren Dixmuide, Lo en Lizerne.Belgium: personal narrative; doctor
DebacqUne Ambulance improvisée. Verberie, 2 septembre-3 novembre 1914. Extraits des notes journalières du docteur Debacq.Verberie (Oise), Letellier; 1915 France: personal narrative; ambulance
Decker, F.Beim Verwundetentransport. Schilderungen a. d. Lazarettleben 1914.Strassburg 1917. J.H.E.Heitz. (19 S.)Germany: ; medical service
Dejouany, A. (Dr.) et Belbèze, L. (Dr.)Les Alliés à Constantinople. Le Service de santé du corps d’occupation française, son œuvre militaire, médicale et sociale,Les Presses universitaires de France, 1925.France: ; medical service
Delaporte, S (ed).Les carnets de l'aspirant Laby, Medécin dans les tranchées. 28 juillet 1914 - 14 juillet 1919Paris, Bayard, 2001: personal narrative; doctors
Delaporte, SophieLes médecins dans la Grande Guerre : 1914-19182003: ; medical service
Demmer, F.Erfahrungen e. Chirurgengruppe im österr.-russ. Feldzuge 1914/15.(39 S.) W. 1915. M.Perles.KriegschirurgieGermany: ; surgeon
Dent, O.A V.A.D. in FranceLondon, Grant Richards Ltd, 1917: personal narrative; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD), nurses
Depage, H.La vie d’Antoine DepageBrussels, La Renaissance du Livre, 1956A limited edition biography of a famous Belgian doctor. Analysis of the book is necessarily limited (our version is uncut): personal narrative; doctors
Derby, RichardWade In, Sanitary!: The Story of a Division Surgeon in FranceNew York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1919. 260 p., illustrated.Memoir, December 1917-January 1919. Lieutenant Colonel Derby was Division Surgeon of the 2nd Division AEF, and describes a number of hospitals between the front line and Juilly, including the gas hospital (Field Hospital No 16) at Luzancy. His memoir, alternately dry and vivid with many statistics and details of surgical procedures, includes a lengthy diatribe against pacifism.United States: personal narrative; surgeon, hospital
Desmares, JosephSouvenirs d'un infirmier militaireBayeux: imprimerie Colas, 1920, 79 p.The curé of Vaux-sur-Aure (Calvados)France: personal narrative; nurses
Detter, LudwigEine deutsche Heldin. Erlebnisse einer Roten-Kreuz-Schwester.Leipzig, 1916Germany: ; nurses, Red Cross
Devin, G.Die dtsch. Militärapotheker im Weltkriege. Ihre Tätigkeit u. Erfahrungen.B. 1920. J.Springer. (X, 388 S.)KriegsmedizinGermany: ; medical service
Dewar, KatherineThose splendid girlsCharlottetown, University of Prince Edward Island, 2014. 235pp., illustrated.The heroic service of Prince Edward Island nurses in the Great War 1914-1918Canada: ; nurses
Dexter, MaryIn the soldier's service.Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1918. 209 p.: personal narrative;
Dide, MauriceCeux qui combattent et ceux qui meurentPayot, 1916Médecin aliéniste d'un certain renom, il est d'abord affecté dans une unité territoriale. Ayant demandé à intégrer une unité combattante, il est versé au 24e BCP en avril 1915. Il semble qu'il n'y soit resté que quelques mois.France: personal narrative; doctor
Dietmar, BernhardVerwundetentransport im KriegeBerlin: Ebering 1916. 43 S.: ; medical service
Dillmann, Stephan. Obl.M.I.Im Dienste der Verwundeten auf dem westlichen SchlachtfeldeFulda: Aktiendruckerei; 1915. 71 S.Sammlung "Blüten und Früchte vom heimatlichen und auswärtigen Missionsfelde." Dargeboten von den Oblaten der Unbefleckten Jungfrau Maria.Germany: personal narrative; medical service
Disselhoff, D.Mit den Kaiserswerther Etappen-Schwestern im Feindesland.In: Der Armen und Krankenfreund, April/Juni 1915, S. 14-33 und S. 67-77Germany: ; nurses
Disselhoff, D.Bilder aus der Kriegskranken-Pflege.In: Kaiserswerther Verband Deutscher Diakonissen-Mutterhäuser. Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth, 1935, S. 270-276Germany: ;
Disselhoff, D. (Hrsg.)Bilder aus dem Diakonissen-Leben. Gertrud Reichardt, die erste Diakonisse der Neuzeit.In: Kaiserswerther christlicher Volkskalender 1914, 99. Jahrgang, Kaiserswerth am Rhein, 1914, S. 34-40.Germany: ; nurses
Dixon, T.B.The enemy fought splendidlyPoole, Blandford Press, 1983Dixon served as Surgeon to HMS Kent at the Falklands, 1914-15: personal narrative; surgeon
Dolbey, Robert V.A Regimental Surgeon in War and Prison.London, John Murray, 1917. 248 p.MO with the KOSB. Captured at La Bassée during 1st Ypres: personal narrative; doctor
Dölger, R.Das Feldlazarett im Weltkrieg. (Mit e. Anh.) "Ein Tag in einem Feldlazarett" von J.Einöder. 1934.Germany: ; hospital
Donnell, AnneLetters of an Australian Army Sister.Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1920.Letters, June 1915-February 1919. Thoughtful, compassionate observations of a Red Cross nurse who served with the 3rd Australian General Hospital off Gallipoli, and in Egypt, Britain, and France.Australia: personal narrative; nurses
Dorsch, P.Lazarettbilder aus dem ersten Jahr des Weltkriegs.(117 S.) Stuttgart: Calwer Vereinsbuchh., 1915.Germany: ; hospital
Dorsch, P.Stilles Heldentum. Lichtblicke aus dem Lazarett.(112 S. 17x11,5 cm) Stuttgart Verlag der Evangelischen Gesellschaft, 1917.Germany: ; hospital
Downer, Earl BishopThe highway of death1916, illustrated: ;
Dragon, EdmondLe carnet de route d'Edmond DragonImpr. Euro Norm, 1998Edmond Dragon est mobilisé le 5 août 1914 à la 3e Section de l'ambulance 13, unité dans laquelle il demeure jusqu'à sa démobilisation, fin janvier 1919. Le carnet de route de ce caporal infirmier, reproduit intégralement et sans retouche, ne contient guère autre chose que le détail de ses cantonnements. De sa vie d'infirmier, de ce qu'il voit, il ne dit pratiquement rien.France: personal narrative; nurses
Dreiling, R.Lazarett- u. Friedhofsbilder aus Saint-Quentin. 2. Aufl.(VII, 39 S.) F. 1919. Herder & Co.Germany: ; hospital, Saint-Quentin
Drygalski, Irma vonHeidelberger in Rumänien. Erlebnisse bei d. Stationen d. Heidelberger Roten Kreuzes im Südosten während d. Kriegsjahre 1916-18.Heidelberg: Pfeffer 1931. 24 S.Germany: personal narrative; Red Cross
DubsDie Chirurg. Tätigk. im Schweiz. Gefechts-Sanitätsdienst auf Grund uns. Sanitätsdienstordng u. d. Erfahrungen im Weltkrieg.1934.Medizinische KriegserfahrungenGermany: ; medical service
Duhamel, GeorgesCivilisationMercure de France, 1918 (réédition 1993)Né le 30 juin 1884, médecin, l'auteur est déjà un écrivain confirmé lorsque la guerre éclate. Il y participe du premier au dernier jour, dans les hôpitaux du front et dans les "autochir". Les ouvrages de Duhamel ne sont pas des souvenirs, mais des récit et des anecdotes tirés de son expérience personnelle, très rarement datés et situés. France: personal narrative; doctor
Duhamel, GeorgesLa pesée des âmes : 1914-1919Mercure de France, 1960Né le 30 juin 1884, médecin, l'auteur est déjà un écrivain confirmé lorsque la guerre éclate. Il y participe du premier au dernier jour, dans les hôpitaux du front et dans les "autochir". Les ouvrages de Duhamel ne sont pas des souvenirs, mais des récit et des anecdotes tirés de son expérience personnelle, très rarement datés et situés. France: personal narrative; doctor
Duhamel, GeorgesLes sept dernières plaiesMercure de France, 1928 (réédition 1990)Né le 30 juin 1884, médecin, l'auteur est déjà un écrivain confirmé lorsque la guerre éclate. Il y participe du premier au dernier jour, dans les hôpitaux du front et dans les "autochir". Les ouvrages de Duhamel ne sont pas des souvenirs, mais des récit et des anecdotes tirés de son expérience personnelle, très rarement datés et situés. France: personal narrative; doctor
Duhamel, GeorgesRécits des temps de guerreMercure de France, 1949Vie des martyrs et Civilisation, complétés par Lieu d'asile, ont fait l'objet d'une rééditionFrance: personal narrative; doctor
Duhamel, GeorgesVie des martyrsMercure de France, 1917 (réédition 1960)Né le 30 juin 1884, médecin, l'auteur est déjà un écrivain confirmé lorsque la guerre éclate. Il y participe du premier au dernier jour, dans les hôpitaux du front et dans les "autochir". Les ouvrages de Duhamel ne sont pas des souvenirs, mais des récit et des anecdotes tirés de son expérience personnelle, très rarement datés et situés. France: personal narrative; doctor
Duhamelet, Genevieve PaulineCes dames de l'hopital 336.Paris: [1917]. 254 p.France: personal narrative; hospital
Dunham , FrankThe Long early: The Journal of Stretcher Bearer Frank Dunham, 1916-18. Edited by R.H. Haigh and P.W. Turner.Oxford : Pergamon Press, 1970. 231 pp., illustrated.Diary, April 1916- December 1918. Dunham was a devout Baptist who volunteered for stretcher duty in the 7th Battalion , the London Regiment, serving at Messines and Cambrai, and during the German offensive of March 1918. Perhaps surprisingly, Dunham maintained a certain level of optim ism through it all.Great Britain: personal narrative; stretcher bearer
Dunn, J.C.The war the infantry knew 1914-19London, Janes Publishing, 1987Dunn was medical officer to the 1st Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, and served with Sassoon and Robert Graves. This book comprises the diaries of many men, as well as his own experiences.: personal narrative;
Durand, Félix-Louis (Dr.)L’hôpital auxiliaire no.3 (Petit lycée) de Montpellier. Son fonctionnement chirurgical et médical du 17 août 1914 au 18 janvier 1919Montpellier, Impr. l'Abeille, 1920.France: ; hospital
Ebeling, H.Elsa Brändström; Der Engel von Sibirien.Bad Pyrmont, 1952Germany: ; nurses, prisoners
Eckart, Wolfgang Uwe; Gradmann, ChristophDie Medizin und der Erste Weltkrieg1996Germany: ; medical service
Eiselsberg, A. vonLebensweg eines ChirugenTyrolia Verlag, 1949World War I Memories medical experience: personal narrative; surgeon
Elliott, Mabel EvelynBeginning again at Ararat.New York: [1924]. 341 p.: personal narrative;
Ericson, Eleanor M.A visiting nurse's experience in the war zone.In: The American Journal of Nursing volume 15; No.2 (nov.1914) p.114-121Heidelberg, Rhine, HollandUnited States: personal narrative; nurses
Estcourt Hughes, J. Henry Simpson Newland.A biographyMelbourne, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1972Chapter V details Newland’s war experience as a plastic surgeon at Sidcup: personal narrative; surgeon
Ettighoffer, P.C.Das Soldatentum d. Schwester Kläre. Tatsachenbericht über e. dt. Frau im Weltkriege.Düsseldorf: A.Bagel, 1937. 59 S.Germany: ; nurses
Eydoux-Demians, M.Notes d'une infirmiere, 1914.Paris: 1915. 214 p.France: personal narrative; nurses
Eydoux-Demians, M.In a French Hospital. Notes of a Nurse. Translated by Betty YeomansLondon: Fisher and Unwin; 1915. 170 p.France: personal narrative; nurses, hospital
Faber v, Bockelmann, E.Lazarettschiffzug 2 auf Haff u. Weichsel.1933.Germany: ; medical service, hospitaltrain
Fabre, Elisabeth (Dr.)Un hôpital d’évacuation aux Dardanelles. L’H.O.E.1 de Moudros (avril 1915-février 1916),Jouve, 1920.France: ; hospital
Fabry, A.C.E.Étude sur l’organisation et le fonctionnement des groupes de brancardiers pendant la guerre actuelle (thèse)Bordeaux, Cadoret; 1915France: ; stretcher-bearer
Fairchild, David SturgisThe Iowa medical profession in the Great War.1927United States: ; medical service
Farmborough, FlorenceRussian Album 1908-1918 (herausgegeben von John Jolliffe).Wilton, Salisbury/Wiltshire, 1979: personal narrative; nurses
Farmborough, FlorenceWith the Armies of the Tsar. A Nurse at the Russian Front in War and Revolution 1914-1918.New York, [1975]. 422 p. [2000]: personal narrative; nurses
Farmborough, FlorenceNurse at the Russian Front: A Diary, 1914-18.London: Constable, 1974. 422 pp. illustrated.Diary, August 1914-April 1918. Farmborough had been living in Russia since 1908 when the war broke out and she served as a Red Cross volunteer at the front until the Bolshevik Revolution forced her to leave the country. A harrowing and generally objective account of Russia's war effort despite the author' s sometimes naive faith in the Czar. One of the best books about the Russian front, with excellent photographs.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses, Red Cross
Farnara, Ruth StanleyA nation at bay; what an American woman saw and did in suffering Serbia.Indianapolis: [1918]. 229 p.: personal narrative;
Farr, L.Alles für den Krieg. Zur Erinnerung an Schwester Lina Farr.Bad Freienwalde, 1928Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Fassbender, K.Der andere Sieg. Ein Kriegsgewinn.1931.Germany: personal narrative;
Fauntleroy, Archibald MagillReport on the medico-military aspects of the European War from observations taken behind the allied armies in France.1915: ; medical service
Faure, ElieLa Sainte FaceCrès, 1917 (réédition : Bartillat, 2005)Etant médecin de formation, il est affecté comme aide-major dans une unité du front. Evacué pour maladie en juillet 1915, il rejoint en avril 1916 dans une unité d'artillerie. Son récit s'interrompt fin 1916.France: personal narrative; doctor
Fedden, MargueriteSisters' Quarters, Salonika.London: Grant Richards, 1921. 221 pp., illustrated.Memoir, 1916. Tale ofa V.A.D. who worked at Salonika during the summer and autumn of 1916.Great Britain: personal narrative; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD). nurses
Feigl. J.Über d. Betriebsverhältnisse d. ehem. Laboratorien an großen Krankenanst. m. bes. Berücks. d. Kriegszeit.L. 1918. FLeineweber. (43 S.)Germany: ; hospital
Findeisen, Kurt ArnoldEs ist ein blonder Schein - Aus dem Krieges-Tagebuch eines Freiwilligen Krankenpflegers. In: Die Mannschaft. Frontsoldaten erzählen vom Frontalltag. Band 1, p. 43-70Berlin: Limpert 1936KrankenpflegerGermany: ; nurses
Finney, John Miller TurpinA surgeon's life : the autobiography of J.M.T. Finney.1940: personal narrative; surgeon
Finzi, K.Eighteen Months in the War Zone. The record of a woman’s work on the Western FrontLondon, Cassell, 1916A diary from October 1914 to February 1916, when Kate Finzi returned to England through ill-health: personal narrative;
Finzi, Kate JohnEighteen months in the war zone: the record of a woman's work on the Western front.London: 1916. 260 p.: personal narrative;
Fiolle, PaulLa MarsouillePayot, 1917L'auteur a rédigé ses souvenirs en reprenant son carnet de route : ils vont du 20 août au 7 septembre 1914. A la mobilisation il avait été affecté comme médecin au 4e RIC. Il fut tué le 2 juillet 1916.France: personal narrative; doctor
Fiolle, PaulLettres de guerreSociété de la revue Le Feu, 1917L'auteur a rédigé ses souvenirs en reprenant son carnet de route : ils vont du 20 août au 7 septembre 1914. A la mobilisation il avait été affecté comme médecin au 4e RIC. Il fut tué le 2 juillet 1916. Une partie de sa correspondance a également été publiée.France: personal narrative; doctor
Fitzgerald, Alice L.F.The Edith Cavell nurse from Massachusetts; a record of one year's personal service with the British expeditionary force in France, Boulogne-the Somme, 1916-1917, with an account of the imprisonment, trial, and death of Edith Cavell.Boston: [1917]. 95 p.Following a memorial service for Edith Cavell in Boston, USA in December 1915 funds were raised to send a nurse to serve with the BEF in France. Miss Alice Fitzgerald, who had been head of the operating room at Bellevue Hospital, New York, was appointed to the post. This book contains an account of her experience, with a résumé of the trial of Edith Cavell and the involvement of the US government through the American Legation in seeking her release: personal narrative; nurses
Fitzroy, Y.With the Scottish Nurses in Roumania.London, J. Murray, 1918.Yvonne Fitzroy was attached to a unit of the Scottish Women’s Hospitals: personal narrative; nurses
Flesch, Max1870-1871 und 1914-1918. Von der Verwundeten- und Krankenpflege in zwei Kriegen. Aus eigenen Erinnerung von Prof. Dr. Max Flesch, Generaloberarzt a. D.Frankfurth a.M.: Kern und Birner 1930. 296 S.Germany: personal narrative; medical service
Florez, C de.No. 6: a few pages from the diary of an ambulance driver.New York, Dutton, 1918: personal narrative; ambulance
Foote, Katherine88 Bis and V.I.H.: Letters from Two Hospitals by an American V.A.D.Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1919. 104 pp.Letters, January 1917-March 1918. Author served at Hospital "88 Bis", French 9th Army Corps at Tours from January to March 1917, then at Vernon Institute Hospital near Chester, England, 76th Detachment, Cheshire County Division, British Red Cross. Useful, with good detail on hospital work, horne front privations, and the wounded. United States: personal narrative; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD)
Frey, Alexander MoritzDie Pflasterkästen. Ein Feldsanitätsroman.[Potsdam, Kiepenheuer 1929.] Coesfeld: Elsinor, 2011, 235 S.Germany: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Friedländer, A. A.Medizin und Krieg.(48 S.) W. 1916. J.F.Bergmann.Germany: ; medical service
Frois, MarcelLa santé et le travail des femmes pendant la guerre.Paris, l926. 205 p.France: ;
Frothingham, Helen LosanitchMission for Serbia; letters from America and Canada, 1915-1920. Ed. by Matilda Spence Rowland.New York: [1970]. 326 p.: personal narrative;
Furse, K.Hearts and Pomegranates: The Story of Forty-Five years 1875-1920.London: Peter Davies, 1940.Katherine Furse was Commandant in Chief of the Joint Women's VADs and several chapters relate to her work there: personal narrative;
Fyfe, Henry HamiltonThe making of an optimist.London: Leonard Parsons, 1921. 279 pp.Memoir, 1914-1918. Fyfe, once a hardline Conservative and editor of the Daily Mirror newspaper shifted allegiance to the Labour Party before the war. He covered Mons as a correspondent for the Daily Mail and immediately stirred up controversy by suggesting the battle had been a disaster. Later that year he made his way to the front by enlisting as a stretcher bearer for the French Red Cross and reported the war from that vantage point. He subsequently reported on the Eastern Front, and then again on the Western Front from 1917 untiI July 1918.Great Britain: personal narrative; stretcher bearer
Gaebel, K.Die Beteiligung der Frau an der Kriegskrankenpflege.In: Jahrbuch der Frauenbewegung 1915, S. 41-49Germany: ; nurses
Gaelle, R.Ces soutanes sous la mitraille. Scenes de guerre.Paris, Gautier, 1915War account by a nurse-priest.: personal narrative; nurses
Gaines, Ruth LouiseA village in Picardy.New York: [1919]. 193 p.: personal narrative;
Gaines, Ruth LouiseLadies of Grecourty the Smith College relief unit in the Somme.New York: [1920]. 246 p.: personal narrative;
Gallagher, Bernard J.The cellars of Marcelcave: A Yank Doctor in the B.E.F. Edited by Christopher Gallagher and Mary E. Malloy.Shippensburg, Pa.: Burd Street Press, 1998. 268pp., illustrated .Memoir, 1915-1918, edited and partially rewritten by the author 's grandson from an older original. Gallagher volunteered for medical service with the British army and joined the Gloucesters on the Somme. A superior medical memoir. Serving in the front line, he was captured in the March 1918 retreatUnited States: personal narrative; doctor
Gallison, M.Aus meinem Leben in zwei Welten. Erinnerungen aus bewegter Zeit in Deutschland und Amerika.Kaiserswerth, 1928Germany: ;
Gask, George ErnestA Surgeon in France: The Memoirs of Professor George E. Gask CMG, D O,FRC , 1914-1919Liskeard: Liskeard, 2002. 148 p., illustrated.Unedited memoirs, originally written in 1920, of a doctor at St. Bartholomew's in London who went to serve at the front.Great Britain: personal narrative; surgeon
Gass, ClareThe War Diary of Clare Gass, 1915-1918. Edited by Susan Mann.Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2000. 306 pp., illustrated.Diary, March 1915-December 1918. Gass was a lieutenant nursing sister with the Canadian Army Medical Corps, No.3 Canadian General Hospital, serving at several locations during the war in France and England. Somewhat sparse diaries, but with excellent annotation and illustrations.Canada: personal narrative; nurses
Gaujole, Paul (Dr.)Les tribulations d’une ambulance française en Perse,Les Gémeaux: 1921.France: ; ambulance
Gebhardt, C. [Hrsg.]Merkbüchlein fürs Lazarett. Hrsg. v. d. Zentralstelle d. Lazarett-Beratg. d. Roten Kreuzes Frankfurt a. M. Ausg. f. XVIII. A.-K.(IV, 86 S.) Frankfurt am Main. [1918]. Dtsche. Lazarett-Zeitg.Germany: ; hospital
Gersdorff, U. V.Frauen im Kriegsdienst 1914-1945.Stuttgart, 1969Germany: ;
Gervis, Henry.Arms and the Doctor: Being the Military Experiences of a Middle-Aged Medical Man.London: C.W. Daniel, 1920. 85 p.Gervis served in France as a captain in the R.A.M.C.Great Britain: personal narrative;
Ghabaud, Joseph-Victor (Dr.)Le fonctionnement d’une infirmerie à bord d’un cuirassé moderne : "Provence" (avril 1917-janvier 1919),Bordeaux, impr. Cambette, 1919.France: ; medical service
Gihring, K.Ein neues Licht. Großherzogin Luise und das Rote Kreuz.Offenburg/Baden, 1963Germany: ; Red Cross
Gillett, Mary C.The Army Medical Department, 1865-1917Center of Military History: 1995: ; medical service
Givens, J.Das Rote Kreuz und die Kriegsgefangenen. Ein Rundgang durch das Archiv und Museum der Kriegsgefangenschaft.In: Das Deutsche Rote Kreuz, 5. Jahrgang, Juni 1939, S. 258-262Germany: ; Red Cross, prisoners
Gleason, A.H.With the first War ambulance in Belgium.New York, Burt, 1918: personal narrative; ambulance
Gleichen, H.Contacts and contrasts: experiences of a nurse with the Italian ArmiesLondon, Murray, 1940: personal narrative; nurses
Gog, Anni GeigerDas stille Feuer; aus dem Lebenstag einer Krankenschwester, von Hanne Menken [pseud.].Stuttgart: [1941]. 187 p.Germany: novel; nurses
Goldemund, H.Die Kriegs-Notspitäler d. Stadt Wien.(30 S.) B. 1915. Verl. f. Fachliteratur.Germany: ; hospital, Wien
Goldthwait, Joel E.The Division of Orthopaedic Surgery in the A. E. F.1941United States: ; medical service
Gosse, PhilipMemoirs of a Camp-Follower.London: Longmans, Green, 1934. 299 p.Memoir, 1915-1918.Gosse, a naturalist and physician, served in the R.A.M.C. on the Western Front (part of the time with the unenviable status of Rat Officer for the 2nd Army) from 1915 until 1917, when he went to India. Interesting observations on flora, fauna, and sanitation in the trenches.Great Britain: personal narrative;
Greeman, EdwardGrandpa's War: The French Adventures of a World War 1 Ambulance Driver.New York: Writers and Readers Publishing, 1992. 240 p., illustrated.Memoir, roughly 1916-1919. Greeman was a private with S.S.V. 592 of the V.S.A.A.S., from July 1917 to the end of the war, attached to French and British units. The rambling, disjointed chapters of this book were originally humorous stories Greeman wrote as letters to his son after the war. Strongly antiwar.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Green, JulianAutobiography . Vol. 2, The War at Sixteen. Translated by Euan Cameron.New York: Marion Boyars, 1993. 207 p.Memoir, 1917-1919. Green was an American raised in Paris, and originally wrote this book in French. He served in 1917 as an ambulance driver in the American Field Service, mostly in the Argonne region, and then as an officer in the French artillery during the occupation of Germany. This deeply religious memoir deals only partially with the war.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Groc, L.Les brancardiers du Bois le Prêtre.(France), Rouff (Coll. Patrie 94), 1918One of a series of over 150 paper storybooks with dramatic line drawingsFrance: patriotic; stretcher bearer
Großheim, Karl E.Der Verwundetentransport bei der Armee.Berlin: Allgem. Med. Verlagsanstalt; 1915. 44 S. Illustr.Germany: ; medical service
Grow, M.C.Surgeon Grow, an American in the Russian fighting.New York, Stokes, 1918Malcolm Grow chose to join a front line Russian surgical team; some of his exploits, including a trench raid, were perhaps unethical! A vivid account of fighting on the Eastern FrontUnited States: personal narrative;
Grüneisen, D.Das Deutsche Rote Kreuz im Weltkrieg und heute.In: Jahrbuch 1941, S. 47-56Germany: ; Red Cross
Grupe, M.Kultur in d. Kriegslazaretten. Aus persönl. Erfahrungen.(14 S.) M. 1916. G.D.W.Callwey.Germany: ; hospital
Gsell, P.Edith CavellParis, Larousse, 1916: ;
Guinard, L. (Dr.)Les sanatoriums de Bligny pendant la grande Guerre (août 1914-janvier 1920),Lyon, Rey, 1920.France: ; hospital
Gunn, John N.Historical Records of No.8 Canadian Field Ambulance. Canada, England, France, Belgium. 1915-1919Toronto: Ryerson; 1920. 169 p.Canada: ; ambulance
Haas, M. d.Nicht umsonst gelebt! Ein Lebensbild der Diakonissin Mechthild de Haas von Martha de Haas1941Germany: personal experiences; nurses
Hahn, GerhartdTotentanz 1914/15. Aus dem Skizzenbuch eines FeldarztesLeipzig, 1915Germany: personal experiences; doctor
Hall, MaudThe career of a nurse in war timeThe American Journal of Nursing volume 19, No.1 (Oct.1918) p. 16-17United States: ; nurses, medical service
Hallett, Christine E.Containing Trauma: Nursing Work in the First World War (Cultural History of Modern War)Manchester University Press; 2011. 288 p.Who were the military nurses of the Great War, and what did they really do? Christine Hallett explores the nature of the practices developed by nurses and their volunteer-assistants during the First World War. The book analyses the work of nurses from Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa and the United States of America: ; nurses
Hallett, Christine E.Nurses of Passchendaele. Caring for the Wounded of the Ypres Campaigns 1914–1918Pen & Sword History, 2017In casualty clearing stations, on ambulance trains and barges, and at base hospitals near the French and Belgian coasts, nurses of many nations cared for these traumatized and damaged men.Drawing on letters, diaries and personal accounts from archives all over the world, The Nurses of Passchendaele tells their storiesGreat Britain: ; nurses
Hallett, Christine E.Veiled Warriors: Allied nurses of the First World WarOup Oxford, 2014, 384 p.Caring for the wounded of the First World War: medical care; nurses
Hallett, Christine E.Nurse Writers of the Great WarManchester University Press 2016, 296 p.: medical care; nurses
Hamilton, Patrick M.Riders of Destiny: The 4th Australian Light Horse Field Ambulance in the Palestine Campaign. An Autobiography.Surrey Hills, Vic.: N. Sharp, 1985. 189 pp., illustrated.Memoir, February 1917-1918. Hamilton, a conscientious objector, served as a stretcher bearer in the 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance in Egypt from 1915 to 191 7, when he transferred to the 4th L.H.F.A. in Sinai and Palestine. Mostly transcribed diaries, not very readable but providing a good day-to-day account of the Palestine campaign. Good illustrations.Australia and New Zealand: personal experiences; stretcher bearer
Handel-Mazzetti, Enrica Freiin vonDer Blumenteufel. Bilder aus dem Reservespital Staatsgymnasium in Linz.(94 S.) München-Gladbach: Volksvereins-Verl. 1916. 93 S.Germany: ; hospital, Linz
Hannemann, KarlDer Verwundeten-Transport im Stellungs-Krieg.München: J.F.Lehmanns Verlag; 1917. (59 S.) Taschenbuch des Feldarztes T.7Germany: ; medical service
Hansen, Arlen J.Gentlemen volunteers : the story of the American ambulance drivers in the Great War, August 1914-September 19181996United States: ; ambulance
Hansen, D.Frauen hinter der Flandernfront.Kiel, 1932Germany: ;
Hanson, WilliamWorld War I : I Was ThereGerald , Mo.: Patrice Press, 1982. 115pp., illustrated.Memoir, January 1917- Novelnber 1919.l-Ianson served from January 1917 as a doctor with the British Red Cross and later the R.A.M.C., mostly at Dartford War Hospital for POWs in Kent. From June 1918 he was a doctor attached to the U.S. 79th Division, serving in the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives.United States: personal experiences; Red Cross; doktor; hospital
Harbou, T. v.Der Krieg und die Frauen.Stuttgart/Berlin, 1915Germany: ;
Harmer, M.The Forgotten HospitalChichester, Springwood Books, 1982By the son of Dr William Harmer, who worked at the Anglo-Russian Hospital established by Lady Muriel Paget. The hospital had a field arm and a base in Petrograd: personal experiences; hospital
Harris, Joel ChandlerHistory of the Emory unit, Base Hospital 43, U.S.Army, American Expeditionary ForcesAtlanta: Johnson Dallis; 1919. 270 p.United States: ; hospital
Harris, TempleSeventeen Letters to Tatham: A WWI Surgeon in East Africa. Edited by Ann Crichton-HarrisToronto: Keneggy West, 2001. 231 p., illustrated.Letters, 1914-1918. The author was a surgeon with the Indian Medical Service, and witnessed the Battle of Tanga in November 1914. His seventeen letters to his brother in India are carefully annotated and researched, some on site at Tanga.Great Britain: personal experiences; surgeon
Harrison, C.H.With the American Red Cross in France, 1918-1919Chicago, Seymour 1947: personal experiences; nurses, Red Cross
Hartwich, W.Der Arzt als soz. Helfer. Arbeitsbehandlung, Unterricht u. soz. Förderg. in Lazaretten.(16 S.) St. [1915]. J.Heß.Germany: ; hospital
Hauer, A.Kumbuke. Erlebnisse e. Arztes in Deutsch-Ostafrika.B., R. Hobbing 1926. [1935]Germany: personal experiences; doctor
Haynes, Olive L. C.We are Here, Too: The Diaries and Letters of Sister Olive L.C. Haynes, November 1914 to February 1918. Edited by Margaret O. Young.Adelaide: Australian Down Syndrome Association, 1991. 277pp., illustrated.Haynes joined the Australian Army Nursing Service in November 1914 and was discharged in December 1917.Australia: personal experiences; nurses
Hays, H.M.Cheerio!, an American medical officer with the British ArmyNew York, Knopf, 1919: personal experiences;
Hebrard, dom.Le Prêtre. Aumônier, brancardier, infirmierBeauchesne; 1916France: personal experiences; stretcher-bearer
Heeres-Sanitätsinspektion des Reichskriegsministeriums [bearb.]Sanitätsbericht über das Deutsche Heer (Deutsches Feld- und Besatzungsheer) im Weltkriege 1914/1918. Band I, Gliederung des HeeressanitätswesensBerlin 1935,Germany: ; medical service
Heeres-Sanitätsinspektion des Reichskriegsministeriums [bearb.]Sanitätsbericht über das Deutsche Heer (Deutsches Feld- und Besatzungsheer) im Weltkriege 1914/1918. Band II, Der Sanitätsdienst im Gefechts- und SchlachtenverlaufBerlin 1938,Germany: ; medical service
Heeres-Sanitätsinspektion des Reichskriegsministeriums [bearb.]Sanitätsbericht über das Deutsche Heer (Deutsches Feld- und Besatzungsheer) im Weltkriege 1914/1918. Band III. Die Krankenbewegung bei dem Deutschen Feld- und BesatzungsheerBerlin 1934)Germany: ; medical service
Heil, MathildeErlebnisse einer Schwester.Rudolstadt: Mitzlaff 1936. 146 S.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Heilmann, A.Lazarett-Feldbrief.Stuttgart, 1915Germany: ; hospital
Hélys, Marc. [Léra, Maria]Cantinière de la Croix Rouge 1914-1915Perrin; 1917. 256 p.Croix RougeFrance: personal narrative; Red Cross, canteen
Herder, C.Mein Kriegstagebuch 1914-1918Freiburg im Breisgau, 1955Germany: personal narrative;
Heredero, AntonioLa dama de la Cruz Roja en la guerra.Madrid: 224 p.: novel; Red Cross
Herringham, Wilmot ParkerA Physician in France.London, Edward Arnold, 1919A senior physician who intersperses his medical experiences with astute observations on France and the French. He served as consulting
physician at G.H.Q. and 3rd Army H.Q.He played an important role in the administrative development of the British R.A.M.C.
: personal narrative; doctor
Hesse, E.Die Hygiene im Stellungskriege.(18 S.) L. 1915. J.A.Barth.Germany: ; medical service
Higonnet, Margaret R.Nurses at the Front. Writing the Wounds of the Great War.Boston: UPNE, 2001, 161 p.: ; nurses
Hillger, H.Das Rote Kreuz im Felde und daheim. Krieg und Sieg 1914 nach Berichten der Zeitgenossen, Band 7.Berlin, 1914Germany: ; Red Cross
His, WilhelmA German Doctor at the Front.Washington, D.C.:The National Service Pub. Co., 1933 . 230 p.Memoir, August 1914-November 1918. Dry, technical account of the author's service as a doctor on the Eastern Front from 1914 to 1916 and in 1918, on the Western Front during 1916-1917, including at Cambrai, and on the frontiers of the Ottoman Empire in 1917Germany: personal narrative; doctor
His, WilhelmDie Front der Ärzte.Bielefeld, Velhagen & Klasing 1931.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Hitz, Benjamin D.A history of base hospital 32, including unit RIndianapolis; 1922. 237 p.United States: ; hospital, Red Cross
Höcker, P.O.Das flammende Kätchen. Roman.Berlin, 1914Germany: novel;
Hoehling, A.A.Edith CavellLondon, Cassell & Co, 1958: ; nurses
Hoerner-Heintze, Suse vonDeutsche Schwestern an der Front.Berlin: Hillger Verlag, 1938. 32 S.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Hoerner-Heintze, Suse vonMädels im Kriegsdienst; ein Stück LebenLeipzig: Köhler und Amelang, 1935. 408 S.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Hoerner-Heintze, Suse vonDie große Kameradin; Lebensroman der Frontschwester Anni PinterBerlin, 1941Germany: ; nurses
Hoerner-Heintze, Suse vonZwischen Frieden und KriegMünchen, 1935Germany: ; nurses
Hoerschelmann, HeleneVier Jahre in russischen Ketten; eigene Erlebnisse.Muenchen: 1921. 118 p.Germany: personal narrative;
Hoffmann, W. [hrsg.]Die deutsche Ärzte im Weltkriege. Ihre Leistungen und Erfahrungen.(VII, 414 S.) B. 1920. E.S.Mittler & S.Medizinische KriegserfahrungenGermany: ; medical service
Holland, Laura ; Forbes, MildredWar-Torn Exchanges. The lives and letters of nursing sisters Laura Holland and Mildred ForbesUbc Press, 2016Laura Holland and Mildred Forbes, an inseparable duo, set off from Montreal in June 1915 to serve as nursing sisters in the Great War. Over the next four years, the two cared for each other through sickness and health, air raids and bombings, unrelenting work and adventurous leaves.Canada: personal narrative; nurses
Holt, W. Stull.The Great War at Home and Abroad: World War I Diaries and Letters of W Stull Holt . Edited by Maclyn P. Burg and Thomas J. Pressly.Manhattan, Kans.: Sunflower University Press, 1999. 328 p., illustrated.Diaries/letters. March 1917- July 1919. Holt served as an ambulance driver with A.A.F.S. Section 1 until September 1917, when he joined the 20th Aero Squadron of the 1st Daylight Bombardment Group as an observer and bombardier in D.H. 4 aircraft.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Holz, H.Im Dienste des Roten Kreuzes. Erlebnisse eines Mitgliedes der freiwilligen Krankenpflege auf dem Oesterreichischen Kriegsschauplatz.Leipzig, 1916Germany: personal narrative; Red Cross,
Hopkinson, BeatriceNursing through shot & shell. A great war nurse's story. Beatrice Hopkinson's memoirs edited by dr. Vivien NewmanBarnsley, South Yorkshire, Pen & Sword Books 2014, 152 p.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Horton, Charles H.Stretcher Bearer: Fighting for Life in the TrenchesLion Books, 2013, 176 pages. ISBN-10: 0745955665Volunteer who went through the horrors of Passchendaele, Ypres and the Somme, fighting to get the injured away from the guns, to the safety of the field hospitals and beyond. In 1970, Horton wrote down his memories. This is an authentic account of one man's struggle to survive - and to keep others alive.Great Britain: personal narrative; stretcher bearer, Royal Army Medical Corps
Houzé, Th.-J.-L. (Dr.)Le navire-hôpital "Duguay-Trouin" (août 1914-juillet 1917),Bordeaux, impr. Cambette, 1919.France: ; hospital ship
Hrouda, EvelineBarmherzigkeit. Als freiwillige Malteser-Schwester im Weltkrieg.Graz: Leykam, 1935. 230 S.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Huard, Frances WilsonMy home in the field of honor.New York: Grosset and Dunlap; 1916. 287 p.Chateau de Villiers, Marne: personal narrative; hospital
Huard, Frances WilsonMy home in the field of mercy.New York: George H. Doran; 1917. 269 p.Chateau de Villiers, Marne: personal narrative; Red Cross, hospital
Hungerford, E.With the doughboy in France: a few chapters of an American effort.New York, Macmillan 1920: personal narrative;
Hutchinson, WoodsThe Doctor in warBoston, Houghton Mifflin, 1918The author visited and studied medical arrangements on the Western Fronts in 1917, writing this account of medical experience. One chapter entitled “New Faces for Old” outlines some facial surgery techniques.: personal narrative; doctor, surgeon
Hutton, I.E.Memories of a Doctor in War and PeaceLondon, Heinemann, 1960Chapters 14-19 cover her WW1 experience: personal narrative;
Hutton, Isabel Galloway EmslieWith a Woman's Unit in Serbia, Salonika and Sebastopol.London: Williams and Norgate, 1928. 302pp., illustrated.Memoir by a member of the Scottish Women's War Hospitals organization.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Huxtable, Charles.From the Somme to Singapore: A Medical Officer in Two World WarsKenthurst, N.S.W.: Kangaroo Press, 1987. 168 p., illustrated.Autobiography, with about 25pp. of Huxtable's recollections (transcribed from audio tapes) of his service in World War I. Huxtable, an Australian, was a captain in the R.A.M.C. and served at Loos, the Somme, and other battles before joining an A.I.F. hospital at Rouen in 1918. Huxtable served with the 2nd Battn, Lancashire FusiliersAustralian: personal narrative; doctor
Imbrie, R.W.Behind the wheel of a war ambulanceNew York, McBride, 1918: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Inglis, Elsie Maud; Cahill, Audrey Fawcett. Between the lines : letters and diaries from Elsie Inglis's Russian Unit.1999: personal narrative;
Irwin, George Junkin.War Letters, 1917-1919, of Professor George Junkin Irwin. Edited by CharlesW. Turner.Verona, Va.: McClure Press, 1976. 131pp., illustrated.Unremarkable account of the author's experiences in the ambulance service.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Jarves, Elsie DemingWar days in Brittany.Detroit: Saturday Night Press; 1920. 151 p.: personal narrative; nurses
Javal, A.La Grande Pagaïe (1914-1918)Paris, Denoël, 1937Ambulance and hospital experienceFrance: personal narrative;
Jeandidier, M. (Dr.)Les principes généraux de fonctionnement tactique du service de santé de l’avant en période de combatCharles-Lavauzelle, 1919.France: ; medical service
Jeans, T.T.Reminiscences of a naval surgeonLondon, Sampson Low, 1927.Surgeon Rear-Admiral on hospital ship in Turkey.: personal narrative; surgeon
Jobson, AllanVia Ypres; story of the 39th divisional field ambulancesLondon, Westminster City, 1935: personal narrative; ambulance
Jouve, P.-J.Hôtel-Dieu. Récits d’hôpital en 1915Genève; 1918France: ; hospital
Jüchen, A. v.Frauenleben im Weltkrieg.Leipzig, 1915Germany: ;
Judd, James R.With the American Ambulance in FranceHonolulu, Star-Bulletin Press, 1919. 141 p.Judd describes his work at the American Hospitals at Neuilly and Juilly, and incorporates a number of eyewitness accounts of injury: personal narrative; hospital, ambulance
Juhl, E.Was Frauen vermochten. Hilfe hinter Stacheldraht?Schwerin, 1939Germany: ;
Juhl, EduardElsa Brändström: Weg und Werk, einer grossen Frau, in Schweden, Sibirien, Deutschland, Amerika von Eduard Juhl, Margarete Klante und Herta Epstein.Stuttgart: 1962. 373 p.: ; nurses, prisoners
Julia, EmileLa fatalité de la guerrePerrin, 1917Affecté à la tête du service de santé d'un régiment de la Division marocaine, il semblerait qu'il y soit demeuré jusqu'à la fin de la guerre. Les deux livres de Julia sont constitués de récits et de réflexions sur la guerre.France: personal narrative; doctor
Julia, EmileLa mort du soldatPerrin, 1918Affecté à la tête du service de santé d'un régiment de la Division marocaine, il semblerait qu'il y soit demeuré jusqu'à la fin de la guerre. Les deux livres de Julia sont constitués de récits et de réflexions sur la guerre.France: personal narrative; doctor
Jünger, K. (Hrsg.)Deutschlands Frauen und Deutschlands Krieg. Ein Rat-, Tat- und Trostbuch. Gesammelte Blõtter aus Frauenhand.Stuttgart, 1916Germany: ;
Kahn, AndréJournal de guerre d'un Juif patrioteJean-Claude Simoën, 1978L'auteur est à la mobilisation versé dans l'auxiliaire et affecté comme brancardier au 37e RI. Dès le 3 août, il est sur la frontière, et le 21 est fait prisonnier à Morhange. En tant que personnel non combattant, il est rapidement libéré et rapatrié en France le 31 août. Il rejoint aussitôt son unité qui combat en Artois. De novembre à la mi-avril 1915, il occupe le secteur d'Ypres, et participe en avril 1915 à l'offensive d'Artois. De septembre à décembre, il est en Champagne. En mars 1916, il est brancardier à Verdun, puis rejoint la Somme fin juin. Début 1917, il quitte le front.France: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Kaiser, Fr. J.Kleine Kriegschirurgie.(S. 157—170.) L. 1917. C.Kabitzsch.KriegschirurgieGermany: ;
Kalkowska, E.Der Rauch des Opfers. Ein Frauenbuch zum Krieg.Jena, 1916Germany: ;
Kassowitz, K. E.Die Flucht um d. Erdball. Erlebn. e. öst. Militärarztes an d. Front.1936.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Katterfeld, A.Ein baltisches Diakonissenleben. Elise Katterfeld, Oberin des Windauer Diakonissenhauses.Bethel bei Bielefeld, 1922Germany: ;
Katterfeld, A.Engel von Sibirien. Aus dem Leben Elsa Brändströms.Wuppertal, 1940Germany: ;
Keller-Huguenin, E., u. R. Baumann-KienastDas Lazarett d. Kriegsgefangenen. ... Z. 1915. Rascher & Cie.Germany: ; hospital, Döberitz
Kellogg, DorisCanteening under two flags. Letters of Doris Kellogg.New York: Roycrofters; 1920. 198 p.: personal narrative; canteens
Kerr, GordonDiary of a nursing sister on the Western Front 1914-1915Meadow Books; 2007. 136 p.: personal narrative; nurses
Kestien, K.Als die Männer im Graben lagen.Frankfurt, 1935Germany: ;
Keynes, G.The gates of memoryOxford & New York, 1981Autobiography of Sir Geoffrey Keynes, surgeon and bibliophile, who was related by marriage to the Darwin family and had a large circle of friends and acquaintances including Rupert Brooke and Siegfried Sassoon. Chapter 11 relates his WW1 surgical experience: personal narrative;
Kilham, Eleanor B.Letters from France, 1915-1919Salem, Mass.: Privately printed, 1941. 81 p.Letters, May 1915-January 1919. Routine, patriotic letters from a woman doctor in France.United States: personal narrative;
Kimmel, StanleyCrucifixionNewYork: Gothic Publishing, 1922. 96 p.Undated letters, apparently 1917. Kimmel served in an unnamed ambulance unit. Atmospheric letters interlaced with antiwar polemics.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Kimmle, L.Das Deutsche Rote Kreuz im Weltkrieg.Berlin, 1919Germany: ;
King, H.One Woman at War. Letters of Olive King 1915-1920Melbourne, University Press 1986Letters of an independent-minded Australian girl. After working in France and the Balkans with the Scottish Womens’ Hospitals she joined the Serbian army as a driver attached to the Medical Service based in Salonika: personal narrative;
King, OliveOne Woman at War: Letters of Olive King, 1915-1920. Edited by Hazel King.Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1986. 220 pp., illustrated.Letters, May 1915-July 1922. King, who served as an ambulance driver in Belgium for the first few months of 1915, joined a Scottish Women's Hospital Unit in May of that year and followed it to Serbia. In the summer of 1916 she joined the Serbian Army Medical Service as a driver.Australia: personal narrative; nurses, ambulance driver
Kipper, H.Aus Wunden u. Wonnen. Tagebuchblätter e. Verwundeten aus d. Wiener Lazarett.(224 S.) M. [1917]. Müller & F.Germany: ; hospital
Kirkcaldie, R. A.In Gray and Scarlet.Melbourne: Aleaxander McCubbin, 1922. 187pp., illustrated.A nurse's medical narrative.Australia: personal narrative; nurses
Kleeberg. W.Das Marienlazarett Hamburg. Ein ernster u. heiterer Rückblick (1914-1918).(99 S.) Leipzig: 1920. Xenien-Verlag.Germany: ; hospital, Hamburg
Klein, FélixLa guerre vue d'un ambulance, par l'abbé Félix Klein, aumonier de l'ambulance américaine.Paris: Armand Colin; 1916. 276 p.Account of the first months of WW1 at American Ambulance in Neuilly: personal narrative; ambulance
Koch, H.B.Militant AngelNew York: Macmillan Company; 1951Biography of Annie W. Goodrich, suffragist and pacifist, and the organizer and dean of the Army School of Nursing (created in 1918). Pages 83-112 cover U.S. Army nursing during World War I and the Army School of Nursing.: personal narrative;
Koch, W.Mit d. Sanitätskolonne hinter d. Front.(16 S.) Berlin, Sekretariat soz. Studentenarbeit.Germany: personal narrative;
Koetzle, HermannDas Sanitätswesen im Weltkrieg 1914-18.Stuttgart: Bergers literarisches Büro, 1924 (Württembergs Heer im Weltkrieg 18), 138 pp.Germany: ; medical service
König, [Sußmann]Selbsthilfe bei Verwundungen im Felde. Für Soldaten zsgest.L. [1917.] E.Demme. (18 S.)Germany: ; medical service
Körte, W. (Chirurg des III.Reservekorps)Über die Versorgung unserer Verwundeten im Felde.Berlin 1915. A.Hirschwald. (43 S.)Vortrag gehalten am 11.April 1915 im Saale des AbgeordnetenhausesGermany: ; medical service
Kranz, W.Geologie u. Hygiene im Stellungskrieg.(S.270—356.) St. 1916. ESchweizerbart.Germany: ; medical service
Kriegspresseamt (Hrsg.)Die Leistungen des deutschen Sanitätswesens im Kriege. Vortrag.Berlin, 1917VortragGermany: ; medical service
Krippner, MonicaThe quality of mercy: women at war, Serbia, 1915-181980: ;
Krückl, M. A.Unter der flatternden Fahne vom Roten Kreuz.Straßburg, 1918Germany: ; Red Cross
Kuhn, F.Samaritäre u. chirurgische Geräte-Improvisation im Kriege.M. 1915. Verlag d. ärztl. Rundschau. (34 S.)KriegschirurgieGermany: ; medical service
Kuhnert, A.Kriegsfront der Frauen.Leipzig, 1929Germany: ;
Kühnhold, GreteIn Friedens- und Kriegszeiten in Kamerun.Berlin: 1917. 68 p.: personal narrative;
Kunz, MonikaDas Bild der Krankenschwester in literarischen Zeugnissen der Krankenpflege im Ersten WeltkriegFachbereich Germanistik der Freien Universität Berlin, Wintersemester 1990/91. 152 S.untersucht an : Henriette Riemann: Schwester der Vierten Armee; Schwester Maria (d.i. Maria Naepflin): Fortgerungen - durchgedrungen; Suse von Hoerner-Heintze: Mädels im Kriegsdienst; Helene Mierisch: Kamerad Schwester; Käthe Russner: Schwesterndienst im WeltkriegeGermany: ; nurses
La Boulaye, M. deCroix et cocarde.Paris: 1919. 339 p.Personal narrative of a French woman volonteer Red Cross hospital worker in World War I.France: personal narrative; Red Cross
La Motte, Ellen NewboldHet kielzog van de oorlogDe Bezige Bij; 2011. 160 p.: personal narrative;
La Motte, Ellen NewboldThe backwash of war; the human wreckage of the battlefield as witnessed by an American hospital nurse.New York: Putnam; 1916. 186 p. [1934. 204 p.]: personal narrative;
Labonne, H.Le Livre d’Or. Dictionnaire illustré des internes en pharmacie des hôpitaux et hospices civils de Paris, par H. Labonne. Tome I.Ficker; 1917France: ; medical service, hospital
Laby, Lucien, Delaporte, Sophie.Les carnets de l'aspirant Laby, médecin dans les tranchées : 28 juillet 1914-14 juillet 19192001France: personal narrative; doctor
Lafon, Alexandre et Céline PiotAimer et travailler. Léonie Bonnet, une infirmière militaire dans la Grande GuerreEditions d'Albret; 2008C’est le parcours de la Néracaise Léonie Bonnet - née Bellot - (1892-1972), infirmière à l’arrière et dans la zone des armées, que nous vous proposons de suivre à travers son journal, sa correspondance et de nombreuses photographies inédites.France: personal narrative; nurses
Lambie, MargaretVerdun experiences [...] as written in the Vassar quarterly of November, 1919, with [...] comments through World War II.[Washington 1945.1 Ca. 75 p.: personal narrative;
Langenhager, Jean deUn soldat de FrancePlon & Berger-Levrault, 1919Etudiant en médecine, il demande à partir comme simple soldat et fait la campagne d'août. Blessé à Courgivaux le 6 septembre, il rejoint comme médecin-auxiliaire dans une unité territoriale. Il est tué sur le front le 16 avril 1917.France: personal narrative; ambulance
Larcan, Alain. Ferrandis, Jean-Jacques.Le service de santé aux armées pendant la Première Guerre mondiale.2008France: ; medical service
Latham, Bryan.A Territorial Soldier's War.Aldershot: Gale & Polden, 1967. 133 pp., illustrated.Memoir, 1914-1918. Latham enlisted in the London Rifle Brigade in 1913 and went to France with the 4th Division in November 1914, participating in that year's Christmas Truce. He served as a stretcher bearer in the Second Battle ofYpres in April 1915, and was wounded. He returned to the front that autumn as a Iieutenant in the 3/17th London Regiment and took command of a Stokes mortar battery, serving at Vimy Ridge before joining the Indian army in 1917. In 1918 he participated in the Palestine campaign.Great Britain: personal narrative; stretcher bearer
Launoy, Jane deInfirmieres de Guerre en Service Commandé (front de 14 a 18).Bruxelles, L’Édition Universelle, 1936. 273 p.The preface indicates this was written in 1937. In diary form, it recounts work at Le Panne and Vinckem with Dr Antoine Depage: personal narrative; nurses
Laveille, E.Au service des blesses, 1914-1918Bruxelles-Paris, Action Catholique-Libr. Giraudon, 1923:Life and death of 13 very young Belgian Jesuits killed during World War I, during which they served as stretcher-bearers in the Belgian Army.Belgium: personal narrative; stretcher bearer, ambulance, hospital
Laveille, R.P.E.Au service des blessés 1914-1918Bruxelles, Action catholique [Paris, Giraudon], 1923. 412 p.Belgium: personal narrative; stretcher bearer
Lawetzky, O.Krieg im Heil. Land. Erlebnisse e. Truppenarztes in Vorderasien.1938.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Layton, T.B.Sir William Arbuthnot Lane, Bt. An enquiry into the mind and influence of a surgeonEdinburgh, Livingstone, 1956Arbuthnot Lane was head of army surgery in the Great War, and instrumental in supporting Gillies and the development of a specialist facial injury hospital at Sidcup: ;
Ledoux, Ph. (Dr.)Les médecins mobilisés, les héros et... les autresBerger-Levrault, 1924.France: ; medical service
Lee, JanetWar girls: the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry in the First World War.Manchester University Press; 2012: personal narrative; nurses
Lee, R.I.Letters from Roger I.Lee, Lt. Col, U.S. Army Medical Corps, 1917-1918.Privately Printed, Brookline, MA, 1962.: personal narrative;
Lefebvre, Raymond et Vaillant-Couturier, PaulLa guerre des soldats,Flammarion, 1919Né en 1891 à Vire, atteint de tuberculose, l'auteur est versé dans l'auxiliaire à la mobilisation. Après avoir travaillé dans un hôpital, il se porte volontaire pour le front et est affecté début 1915 comme brancardier à la 17e DI. Groupes de Brancardiers de Division (GBD)France: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Lejars, Félix (Dr.)Un hôpital militaire à Paris pendant la guerre : Villemin 1914-1919,Masson, 1923.France: ; hospital
Leleux, CharlesFeuilles de route d'un ambulancier. Alsace. Vosges. Marne. Aisne. Artois. Belgique. Complétées d’après le carnet de route du Dr Henri Liégard.Paris: Berger-Levrault; 1915. 112 p.Agé semble-t-il d'une quarantaine d'années, il a laissé un récit de son expérience d'infirmier, qui va du 9 août 1914 au début de janvier 1915, date à laquelle il quitte le front pour un train sanitaire. (Alsace, Vosges, Aisne, Artois, Flandres.)France: personal narrative; ambulance
Lemoine, G.-H. (Dr.)Les services d’hygiène (1914-1918)Alcan, 1922.France: ; hygiene
Leneman, L.Elsie InglisEdinburgh, NMS Publishing, 1998Modern biography of the founder of the Scottish Womens Hospitals: biography; hospital
Leng, William St Q.S.S.A.10: notes on the work of a British Volunteer Ambulance convoy with the French Army (of Verdun)Sheffield: Leng; 1918. 71 p.The author was a volunteer ambulance driver with the 2nd French Army (of Verdun), and was awarded the Croix de Guerre: personal narrative; ambulance
Lengert, MarieSix semaines en Suisse; souvenirs d'une infirmière.Langres: 1916. 551 p.: personal narrative; nurses
Lennhoff, RudolfMit dem Feldlazarett; Kriegserinnerungen eines Arztes.1916Germany: personal narrative;
Lesceux, H.Sous le signe de la Croix-Rouge.Chimay (Belgium), Hubert-Macq, 1961Journal d'un brancardier de la Grande Guerre: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer, Red Cross
Lespine, LouisLes hopitaux de la Croix-rouge française en temps de guerre (hopiteaux auxiliaires du territoire): Comment les organiser et les faire classerParis: Berger-Levrault; 1914. 136 p.France: ; medical service, hospital, Red Cross
Leu, R.Vorschrift für d. Leibesübungen in Lazaretten, Genesungsheimen u. Genesendenkompagnien.(102 S.) B. 1916. Urban & Sch.Lazarette, GenesungskompagnieGermany: ; hospital
Leune, HeleneTels qu'ils sont; notes d'une infirmière de la Croix-Rouge.Paris: [1915]. 185 p.: personal narrative; nurses, Red Cross
Lewis, Tessie EdnaTwelve months in an Army Hospital, by a nurse who didn't go acrossWashington DC, Gruver, 1921. 227 p.: personal narrative; hospital
Libby, Frederick.Horses Don't Fly.New York: Arcade, 2000. 274 p., illustrated.United States, ambulance driver. Stirring story of the first American ace. He served in the ambulance corps before entering the Royal Flying Corps.: personal narrative; ambulance
Liecker-Wentzlau, HannaElsa Brändström-Dank1938: ;
Livingston, St C, Steen-Hansen I.Under three flags: with the Red Cross in FranceLondon, Macmillan 1916: personal narrative; Red Cross
Loodts, PatrickLa grande guerre des soignants : medecins, infirmieres et brancardiers en 1914-1918Arquennes : Memogrames, 2014. 415 p.France: ; medical service
Look, Susanne AveryMemoirs of war work in France in 1918Typescript. 11 p.United States: personal narrative; Red Cross
Loomis, Christine BrownDiary, 1917-1918.Holograph. 79 p.United States: personal narrative; nurses, navy
Lord, J.R.The story of the war hospital, EpsomLondon, Heinemann, 1920: ; hospital
Lösche, BernhardIn Gefangenschaft. Tagebuchblätter eines Schwerverwundeten (Gott mit uns. Heft 15/16.)Leipzig: Koch, 1916. 32 S.Germany: ; hospital
Lossen, H.Der Arzt im Weltkrieg.(20 S.) Berlin 1918. Sekretariat soz. Studentenarbeit.Germany: ; medical service
Lovejoy, Esther PohlThe house of the good neighbor.New York: Macmillan; 1920. 218 p.children, charity: personal narrative;
Luard, K. E.Unknown Warriors: Extracts from the Letters of K. E. Luard, R.R.C., Nursing Sister in France, 1914-1918.London: Chatto and Windus, 1930. 306pp., illustrated.Letters, October 1915-August 1918. Luard was in charge of nursing at various casualty clearing stations, tending wounded from Arras, Passchendaele, and the March 1918 offensive as well as the daily toll from the trenches. A good documentary record, exuding continual optimism despite the length of Luard's service.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Luard, Kathleen [attributed]Diary of a Nursing Sister on the Western Front, 1914-1915Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons; 1915, 300 p. [Meadow Books, 2007, 136 p.]Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Lucas E.V.Outposts of mercy: the record of a visit in 1916 to the various units of the British Red Cross in ItalyLondon, Methuen 1917A tiny card backed book by a famous travel writer. He notes that there was a facial injury hospital at Udine, but no records appear to survive relating to thisGreat Britain: ; Red Cross
Lucas, June RichardsonChildren's bureau, American Red Cross. Diary letters, (Evian), France 1917-1918.Typescript. 76 p. (Archives. Mosher, C.): personal narrative; Red Cross
Lucas, June RichardsonThe children of France and the Red Cross.New York: Stokes; 1918. 193 p. : personal narrative; Red Cross
Lüchinger, Stephan; Brunner, TheodorVerwundetentransport im Ersten WeltkriegWettingen: Schweizerische Ges. für Militärhistorische Studienreisen, 2004/ 32 S.Switzerland: ; medical service
Lüders, M.-E.Das unsichtbare Heer. Frauen kämpfen für Deutschland, 1914-1918.Berlin, 1936Germany: ;
Lynch, Charles and Ireland, M. W.The medical department of the United States Army in the world war.United States. Surgeon-General's Office: 1921United States: ; medical service
Macdonald, LynThe Roses of No Man's LandPenguin; Re-issue edition (26 Sep 2013) 384 pagescontains personal narrativesGreat Britain: ; nurses
Mack, LouiseA woman's experience in the great warLondon: Fisher Unwin; 1915. 297 p.: ; women in the war
MacKenzie, John Joseph.Number 4 Canadian Hospital. The Letters of Professor J. J. Mackenzie from the Salonika Front.Toronto: Macmillan, 1933. 247 p., illustrated.Letters, May 1915-June 1916. MacKenzie served only briefly before returning horne because of a heart infection. Mostly mundane, intellectual letters.: personal narrative;
Maclaren, E.S.Elsie Inglis, the Woman with the Torch (Pioneers of Progress series)London, S.P.C.K, 1920.: ;
Macnaughtan, Sarah BroomA woman's diary of the war.London: Thomas Nelson; 1916. 168 p.In Belgium: personal narrative; hospital
Macnaughtan, Sarah BroomMy war experiences in two continents.London: 1919. 286 p.: personal narrative; hospital
Macqueen, J.M.Our war, being the experiences in France of a specialist sanitary officerHalesowen, MacQueen, 1931: personal narrative;
Maes, U.Die Schwestern in den Krankenanstalten Deutschlands.Berlin, 1922Germany: ; nurses
Magnien, J.Le 6ème bataillon de chasseurs a pied de Vincennes, 1914-1918. Feuilles de route de l'ancien Sergent BrancardierParis, Almanach du Combattant, no date (1936)France: ; stretcher-bearer
Mailáth, Jozsef. (Graf)Erlebnisse und Erfahrungen während des Krieges. Budapest: J.Benkö. 3 Bde. 1918-1925.1.Bd 1918, 288 S., 2.Bd...., 3.Bd. 1925, 328 S.Germany: personal narrative;
Malade, TheoVon Amiens bis Aleppo. Ein Beitrag zur Seelenkunde des großen Krieges. Aus dem Tagebuch eines Feldarztes von Theo MaladeMünchen: J. F. Lehmanns Verl. 1930. 229 p.Malade was an surgeon [Feldarzt] with the German Army; this is his diary which begins in August 1914 with the invasion of France and ends in Mesopotamia in 1917. In between he served in Russia, Lorraine, Turkey, and the Dardanelles, etc.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Manion, Robert JamesA surgeon in armsToronto: McClelland, Goodchild and Stewart; 1918. 310 p. [New York, Appleton, 1918]Experiences of a Canadian RAMC officer who served (according to a pencilled addendum in our copy) in the 21st Battalion, CEF (Vimy)Canada: personal narrative; surgeon
Manley, Milford N.The World War I Letters of Private Milford N. Manley . Edited by Robert N. Manley and Elaine Manley McKee.Lincoln, Neb.: Dageforde Pub., 1995. 134 p., illustrated.Letters, August 1918-June 1919. Manley served in ambulance units U.S.A.A.S. 617 and 650, but did not leave the United States until two days after the Armistice.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Manninger, Willi [Red.]Erstes Jahrbuch d. Kriegsspitals d. (ungar.) Geldinstitute in Budapest (1914-1916)(CXL, 760 S.) B. 1917. J.Springer.Germany: ; hospital, Budapest
Margriet-Marie, ZusterOorlogsdagboek van een Ieperse non 1914-1915Belgium: personal narrative; nurses
Marguerite-Marie, sisterJournal d'une soeur d'Ypres, octobre 1914 à mai 1915.Rouen: La Vicomté; 1918. 139 p. [Dumortier; 1928. 107 p.]Belgium: personal narrative; nurses
Maria, SchwesterFortgerungen und durchgedrungen bis zum Kleinod hin Schicksalswege einer Schweizer Krankenschwester im Weltkriege258 Seiten z.j. z.d.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Martin, Arthur AndersonA Surgeon in KhakiLondon, Arnold, 1915. 279 p.Martin worked at the No 6 Hospital, RouenGreat Britain: personal narrative; hospital, surgeon
Martin, K.Father Figures: A Volume of AutobiographyLondon, Hutchinson 1966A passionate pacifist in WWI, he was a member of the Friends' Ambulance Unit, and describes the strange life of an ambulance orderly in France in 1917-18.: personal narrative; ambulance
Martin, P-A.Souvenirs d’un chirurgien de la Grande Guerre. Albert Martin (1866-1948).Luneray: Editions Bertout; 1996. 239 p.Day by day account from 11/8/14 to June 1916  Concerne la 3e région militaire. Agé de 48 ans à la déclaration de guerre, Albert Martin est une personnalité du monde médical rouennais. Il traite les blessés à l'Hôtel-Dieu de Rouen, avant d'être envoyé, à sa demande, dans une unité de première ligne. Le 25 avril 1915, il est nommé à la tête de l'Ambulance 9/3. Installée au château de Sapicourt (Marne), elle occupe ensuite l'Hôpital 13 dans le secteur de Verdun (28 février-8 avril 1916), est à Fouilloy (Somme) de la mi-août à la mi-octobre 1916, avant de gagner Somme-Tourbe.France: personal narrative; surgeon
Martineau, J.Journal d’une infirmière. Hôpital temporaire X...1915France: personal narrative; nurses
Martin-Nicholson, Mary Eliza Louise GripperMy experiences on three fronts.London, Allen & Unwin, 1916. 288 p.: personal narrative; nurses
Marty, Gaston (Dr.)Le médecin de bataillon d’infanterie en campagneLyon, impr. Legendre, 1919.France: ; medical service
Matthews, G.Experiences of a Woman Doctor in SerbiaMills & Boon, 1916Caroline Matthews served with the Serbian Army Field Unit, staying behind at the evacuation of Kragujevatz and staying at the Uzsitei Hospital: personal narrative; doctor
Maudet, Valérien-Félix (Dr.)Notes médicales recueillies à bord du navire-hôpital "André-Lebon" au cours de treize évacuations de SaloniqueBordeaux, impr. Samie, 1919.France: ; medical service
Maufrais, Louis [présenté par Martine Veillet]J'étais médecin dans les tranchées, 2 aout 1914 - 14 juillet 1919Paris: Laffont; 2008. 380 p.France: personal narrative; medical service
Max, K.Bilder vom Kriegshandwerk hinter d. Front: "Aus e. Heimatlazarett".(100 S.) W. 1918. Verl. Aurora (K.Martin).Germany: ; hospital
Mayo, KatherineThat damn Y; a record of overseas service.Boston: Houghton Mifflin; 1920. 432 p.: personal narrative; Y.M.C.A.
Mazière, Pierre laL'H.C.F. L'Hopital Chirurgical Flottant. Dardanelles, Moudros, Athènes, SaloniqueAlbin Michel; 1916. 256 p.Né le 5 février 1879 à Paris, l'auteur est mobilisé le 2 août 1914 au 48e RIT. En 1915, il se porte volontaire pour l'Armée d'Orient. Il est affecté comme infirmier à l'hôpital flottant de cette armée, qui mouille à Gallipoli puis à Salonique, avant d'être versé au 45e RI lorsque l'hôpital est désarmé.France: personal narrative; hospitalships
McCombe, John. Menzies, A.F.Medical service at the front.Philadelphia, Lea, 1918. 128 p. Illustrated maps and drawingsA division in the front line; Regimental medical officer; The field ambulance; Field ambulance positions; Assistent director; The corps; Medical arrangements for cavalry; Casualty clearing stationGreat Britain: ; medical service
McCowan, Hervey SmithThe nurse and the knightAssociation Press: 1917. 20 p.: ; nurses
McDougall, GraceNursing adventures; a F.A.N.Y. in France... London: 1917. 203 p.: personal narrative; nurses, F.A.N.Y.
McDougall, GraceA nurse at the war. Nursing adventures in Belgium and France.New York: McBride; 1917. 203 p.nurses, F.A.N.Y. (First Aid Nursing Yeomanry), British, ambulance driver-mechanics: personal narrative; nurses, F.A.N.Y.
McLaren, BarbaraWomen of the war.New York: (1918). 160 p.: ;
McLaren, Eva Shaw, ed.A history of the Scottish women's hospitals.London: Hodder and Stoughton; 1919. 408 p.Great Britain: ; hospital
McMahon, Katherine B.A war nurse in the fifhting fields of EuropeAmerican Journal of Nursing Volume 18, No. 8 (May, 1918), pp. 603-610United States: personal narrative; nurses
Mélis, L.Contribution à l'histoire du Service de Santé de l'Armée au cours de la guerre 14-18Institut cartographique militaire; 1932France: ; medical service
Members of Her Majesty Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Nursing Service.Reminiscent Sketches 1914 to 1919London, John Bale, Sons & Danielsson Ltd, 1921: personal narrative; nurses
Merrem, K. B.Die besonderen Aufgaben d. Feldchirurgie.(VII, 97 S.) B. 1917. August Hirschwald.KriegschirurgieGermany: ; medical service
Metcalf, Stanley W.Personal Memoirs: A Narrative of the Experiences of an American in France and Germany in 1917-1919.Fulton, N.Y.: The Morrill Press, 1927. 254 p., illustrated.Memoir, April 1917-August 1919. Metcalf served in the Norton-Harjes ambulance unit S.S.U. 5 until January 1918, when he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the 17th Field Artillery, 2nd Division.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
MeyerEin Gang durch die Soldatenheime in Belgien und Frankreich.Barmen, 1915Germany: personal narrative;
Meyer, E.Der unbekannte Soldat. Erlebnis und Gedanken eines Truppenarztes an der Westfront.München, 1929Germany: personal narrative;
Meyn, E.Deutsche Frauen im Weltkrieg 1914-1918.Leipzig, 1938Germany: ;
Michl, SusanneIm Dienste des "Volkskörpers" : deutsche und französische Ärzte im Ersten Weltkrieg2007Germany: ; doctor
Mierisch, HeleneKamerad Schwester. 1914-18.Leipzig: Köhler und Amelang, 1934 [1939]. 301 S.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Mierisch, HeleneAerzte, Schwestern und Soldaten. Erlebtes aus zwei Weltkriegen.Biberach an der Riss, 1957Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Mierisch, HeleneEin Griff ins Leben. Aus meiner Schwesternarbeit.Biberach a.d. Riss, 1953Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Mignon, A. (Médecin Inspecteur Général)Le service de santé pendant la guerre 1914-1918. T.1-4Masson, 1926-27France: ; medical service
Millard, S.I saw them dieLondon, Harrap, 1936Memoir of a US nurse written around her 1918 diary and based on experience of a hospital eight miles behind the front: personal narrative; nurses
Millen, DeWitt ClintonMemoirs of 591 in the World War.Ann Arbor, Mich.: D.C. Millen, 1932. 99 p., illustrated.Memoir, September 1917- ApriI 1919. Millen served in U.S.A.A.S. ambulance unit 591, which was attached to the French 4th and 27th Divisions.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Miller, Francis Trevelyan [Ed.]True stories of the great war; tales of adventure-heroic deeds-exploits told by the soldiers, officers, nurses, diplomats, eye witnesses, collected from official and authoritative sources.New York: Review of Reviews Company; 1917-18. 6 volumes: personal narrative;
Mills, A.H.Hospital daysLondon, Fisher Unwin, 1916: personal narrative;
Mitchell, Clarence V.With a military ambulance in France, 1914-1915Princeton NJ, Princeton Banner Press, 1915: personal narrative; ambulance
Mitchell, MildredLetters from an American Girl in the War Zone, 1917-1919.Princeton University Press, 1920. 69 pp.Letters, dating from December 1917 to January 1919. The author served in a Red Cross canteen at Chalons-sur-Marne, then as a volunteer nurse in a French hospital at Ecury. Notable chiefly for an intimate and sympathetic view of po ilus and French civilians.United States: personal narrative; nurses, Red Cross
Mitton, G.E. (ed).The cellar house of PervyseLondon, A&C Black, 1917Describes the work of Baroness de T’Serclaes and Mairi Chisholm, who set up an advance first aid post for the Belgian Army in Flanders: personal narrative; nurses
Moberly, Gertrude F.Experiences of a "Dinki Di " R.R.C. Nurse .Glebe, N.S.W.: Australian Medical Pub. Co., 1933. 121 pp., illustrated.Letters, July 1915-April 1919. Moberly spent most of the war in India, tending sick civilians and casualties from the East Africa campaign. Gushy letters to her man, Peter.Australia: personal narrative; nurses
Monmpezat, M.Ambulance H24Paris, Gallimard, 1930Account of a military ambulance during WW1.: personal narrative;
Moon, E.R.P.Four weeks as acting Commandant at the Belgian Field HospitalLondon, Humphreys, 1915: personal narrative;
Moore, W.The thin yellow lineLondon, Leo Cooper, 1974: personal narrative;
Moran, Lord.The Anatomy of Courage.London, Constable & Co, 1945An essay of great stature on courage, and the lack of it. Charles Wilson, Lord Moran, served with the Royal Fusiliers for two years before being posted to a base hospital: ;
Mordtmann, HildeAls ich die Türken pflegte. Erinnerungen einer Einundzwanzigjährigen.Weimar: Kiepenheuer, 1915. 48 S. (Volume 19 van Deutsche Orientbücherei)Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Morelli, A.Marie Curie sur le front belge pendant la première guerre mondiale. (In: Marie Sklodowska Curie et la Belgique).Brussels, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 1990About the introduction of X-rays on the front in Belgium by Marie Curie: ;
Mosher, Clelia DuelAgain in the running; a series of sketches from observations made by the author during her service in France.In: The Medical Woman's Journal, May 1921. 9 p.: personal narrative;
Mosher, Clelia DuelWar time vignettes; being a brief chronicle of some of the "high spots’ in the prosaic hard working every day life of a woman doctor in the American Red Cross ... France, during the Great War.Typescript. 35 p. (Archives. Mosher): personal narrative;
Mosher, Clelia DuelWhen Lille was taken.In: The Medical woman's Journal, July 1921. 7 p.: personal narrative;
Mottier, GeorgetteL'ambulance du docteur Alexis Carrel telle que l'ont connue celles qui soignerent les blessés, 1914-1919.Lausanne: 1977. 176 p.: personal narrative;
Moynihan, M. (Ed).A place called Armageddon. Letters from the Great WarNewton Abbot, David & Charles, 1975Contains a chapter about Capt J.S.S. Martin, RAMC, who was present during the siege of Kut: personal narrative;
Muenier, Pierre-AlexisL'angoisse de Verdun. Notes d'un conducteur d'auto-sanitaireNancy, Presses Universitaires, 1991: Second ed. (First ed.: 1919)Extrait des notes de guerre de Pierre-Alexis Muenier, qui fut conducteur d'automobile, chargé de transporter les blessés depuis les postes de secours avancé vers l'arrière. Son récit couvre une période très courte : du 23 au 28 février 1916, dans le secteur de Verdun. Il est alors à la SSA 61, affectée à la 37e DI, et participe à l'évacuation des blessés aux postes de secours de Louvemont puis de Bras, pratiquement sur la ligne de feu.France: personal narrative; ambulance
Muir W.Observations of an orderlyLondon, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1917Two brilliantly written accounts of work at the 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth, London. Muir was also Editor of the hospital’s journal.: personal narrative; hospital
Muir W.The happy hospitalLondon, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1918: personal narrative;
Muir, J.R.Years of experienceLondon, Paul Allen, 1936.Surgeon Rear-Admiral Muir’s experience was in England and the North Sea fleet: personal narrative; surgeon
Munier-Wroblewska, M.Schwester UrsulaStuttgart-Berlin, 1920Germany: novel; nurses
Munthe A.Red Cross and Iron CrossLondon, John Murray, 1916: personal narrative; Red Cross
Munthe G, Uexkull G. (trans.M Munthe & Lord Sudley).The story of Axel Munthe.New York, E.P Dutton & Co, 1953.Axel Munthe served with the Red Cross at the front during World War I, and was author of Red Cross and Iron Cross (q.v.). Gustaf Munthe was his son.): personal narrative; Red Cross
Musehold, P.Streiflichter aus d. Wirken d. Sanitätskorps im Weltkriege. [Umschlagt.: Musehold: Sanitäter!]Oldenburg, G. Stalling 1927.Germany: ; medical service
Nast, C.Die Helferin vom Roten Kreuz. Kriegsnovelle.Berlin, 1915Germany: ; Red Cross
Navarro, Antonio deThe Scottish women's hospital at the French abbey of Royaumont.London: Allen and Unwin; 1917. 223 p.Great Britain: ; hospital
Nelson, David Theodore.Letters and Diaries of David T. Nelson, 1914-1919.Waukon, Iowa: J.P. Nelson, 1996. 189 p., illustrated.Letters, September 1914- July 1919. Best on Nelson's service with the Belgian Relief Commission in 1914-1915 and his service with A.F.S. ambulance section No. 1 from December 1915 to May 1916. Nelson entered the U.S. Army in April 1917 and worked in military intelligence.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Neter, E.Der seelische Zusammenbruch der deutschen Kampffront 1918. Betrachtungen eines Front-Arztes.In: Süddeutsche Monatshefte, 22. Jahrgang, Band 2, Juli 1925,Germany: ;
Nichols, Alan H.Letters Home from the Lafayette Flying Corps. Edited by Nancy Nichols.San Francisco: J.D. Huff, 1993. 296 p., illustrated.Letters, February 1917-May 1918. Nichols was an ambulance driver with S.S.U. 14 of the A.F.S. until July 1917, when he left for aviation training and eventual service as a lieutenant flying Nieuports with French Escadrilles Spad 98 and 85. He was shot down and killed in June 1918.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Niedner, P.Bei d. Schwerverwundeten. (Gott mit uns. Heft 12.)Leipzig: Koch, 1914. 16 S.Germany: ; hospital
Niehues, WilhelmDie Sanitätsausrüstung des Heeres im Kriege.Berlin: Hirschwald 1913, 527 S.Germany: ; medical service
Nobel, E.Praktische Durchführg. d. Ernährungssystems v. Pirquet in e. Militärspitale.(16 S.) W. 1918. M.Perles.Germany: ; hospital
O' Brian, Alice LordNo Glory: Letters from France, 1917-1919.Buffalo, N.Y.: Airport Publishers, 1936. 184 pp., illustrated.Letters, September 1917-March 1919. Letters of a Red Cross nurse at St. Germain-des-Fosses, presented "to convince a careless generation of the futility of war" despite being unrelentingly peppy and cheerful.United States: personal narrative; nurses, Red Cross
Oberinnen-VereinigungDer Ruf der Stunde. Schwestern unter dem Roten Kreuz, herausgegeben von der Oberinnen-Vereinigung im Deutschen Roten Kreuz.Stuttgart, 1963Germany: ; nurses, Red Cross
Ogston, AlexanderReminiscences of three campaignsLondon: Hodder and Stoughton, 1919. 335 p., illustrated.Autobiography, part on World War 1. The author was a military surgeon, and served in the Egyptian War of 1884-85 and the Boer War before going to Serbia and Italy during the First World War. Ogston claims to have had a near-death experienceGreat Britain: personal narrative;
Oppenheimer, E. H.Erlebnisse e. kriegsfreiw. Arztes im Weltkriege.1933Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Orcutt, P.D.White road of mystery: the note book of an American ambulancierLondon, Lane, 1918: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Padberg, MagdalenaDas Leben der Elsa Brändström.[Hamburg, 1968.] 191 p.: biography;
Paikowski, Edward F.Les Terribles. Edited by Sylvia Scharmach.New York: Pageant Press, 1967. 86 p., illustrated.Memoir, May 1917- November 1918. The author was a private in Ambulance Company 125, 32nd Division, and saw fighting at ChateauThierry and the Meuse-Argonne.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Panke-Kochinke, BirgitUnterwegs und doch daheim. (Ueber-) Lebensstrategien von Kriegskrankenschwestern im Ersten WeltkriegFrankfurt am Main, Mabuse-Verlag, 2004Germany: ; nurses
Panke-Kochinke, Birgit und Schaidhammer-Placke, MonikaFrontschwestern und Friedensengel. Kriegskrankenpflege im Ersten und Zweiten Weltkrieg. Ein Quellen- und FotobandFrankfurt am Main, Mabuse-Verlag, 2002. 287 p.Germany: ; nurses
Payen, Joseph-EugèneL'âme du poiluImprimerie Jacques et Demontrond, 1923-1926Agé de 60 ans, l'auteur ne s'en porte pas moins volontaire et officie pendant toute la guerre, avec dévouement et abnégation, auprès des soldats des premières lignes. Celui-ci est un recueil de souvenirs qui va du 2 août 1914 à 1917.France: personal narrative; nurses
Penhallow, Dunlap PearceMilitary surgery1918. illustrations: ; medical service
Perduca, Maria Luisa.Un anno d'ospedale (guigno 1915-novembre 1916). Note di un'infermiera.Milano: 1917. 102 p.Italy: personal narrative; nurses
Perrin, FrançoisUn toubib sous l'uniformeAnovi, 2009François Perrin est nommé comme médecin dans un régiment de hussards avant d'être muté en Afrique du Nord. Il participe aux campagnes coloniales en 1907-1908 avant de revenir en métropole, à Tours puis à Saint-Dié, au 3e BCP. C'est avec cette unité qu'il part au combat en août 1914. Capturé le 20 août, il est rapidement rapatrié. Le 23 mai 1915, il est nommé chef du GBD de la 123e DI. Mi-juin, il passe à la 36e DI. Le 7 août 1915, il devient médecin-chef de l'Ambulance 1/155, une ambulance pour grands blessés intransportables sur le front de Reims. En 1917, épuisé, il est évacué et placé en congé.France: personal narrative; ambulance
Peterkin, Millicent B.Hospital Barges in France: Correspondence from a Nursing Sister, with the British Expeditionary Force, During World War 1. Edited by Peter L. High.Abernethy: Chavril Press , 1997. 20 pp., illustrated.Letters, September 1917- December 1918. The focus of this book is not Peterkin 's letters but the postmarks on them.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Petit, Jacques LeJournal de guerreAnovi, 2009Jacques Le Petit est affecté dans des unités combattantes : au 11e RAC jusqu'au 16 septembre 1914, au 5e RI jusque fin septembre puis au 129e RI jusqu'au 7 août 1916. Il exerce alors pratiquement en première ligne. Il est ensuite affecté à l'ambulance 4/54, puis à la 14/5. De mars à juillet 1917, il est à l'arrière dans un hôpital à Caen, avant de retourner sur le front avec le 267e RAC. Début octobre 1918, il est sévèrement blessé et finit la guerre hospitalisé.France: personal narrative; ambulance
Pfaender, MariaKriegserlebnisse von Schwestern der Diakonissenanstalt Stuttgart, gesammelt von Schwester Maria Pfaender, 1914-1918.Kaiserslautern: Verlag des Ev.Vereins 1938. 64 S. und 10 Abb.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Pflugk-Harttung, Elfriede von. [hrsg.]Frontschwestern. Ein deutsches Ehrenbuch. Deutsche Tat im Weltkrieg 1914/18, Band 21, Frontschwestern.Berlin, 1936. 342 p. [Bernard & Graefe, 1941]Unter Mitarbeit von zahlreichen Frontschwestern.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Piatt Andrew, A. [Friends of France]The Field Service of the American Ambulance described by its membersThomas Allen, Toronto, 1916, 295 p.United States: personal narrative; ambulance
Piggott, JulietQueen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing CorpsLeo Cooper, 1990,This history of the QARANC records the role that nursing has played in the army from the 17th century until the present dayGreat Britain: ; medical service
Pitrois, YvonneLes femmes de 1914-1915; II Infirmieres heroiques.Geneve: 1915. 67 p.: personal narrative; nurses
Plachte, E.Skizzen aus e. Berliner Lazarett. (Text v. F. Servaes.)Berlin: 1916. Reuß & P. (16 Taf. u. 3 S.)Germany: ; hospital, Berlin
Platoon Commander (pseud).Hospital daysLondon, Unwin, 1916: personal narrative;
Plenz, P.G.Kriegsbriefe eines Feldarztes der Armee HindenburgGotha, 1916Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Poisot, M.Mon journal de guerre: 1914-1918Beaune; 1985WW1 personal narrative of a French doctor. Facsimile of the manuscript.: personal narrative; doctor
Poiteau, EmileLes coulisses de l'épopée,Editions de l'Epidaure, 1923 (réédition : Figuière, 1926)Mobilisé à la déclaration de guerre, l'auteur fut affecté au 22e RAC Coloniale comme médecin à la fin de 1915. Son livre est un recueil de récits hétérogènes.France: personal narrative; doctor
Pottecher, JeanLettres d'un filsEmile-Paul, 1926 (réédition : Ysec, 2003)L'auteur s'engage en avril 1915 à la 4e SIM. Pacifiste, socialiste, il souhaite servir sans porter les armes. Versé au 19e BCP, il part pour le front le 26 juillet 1916 comme infirmier au 59e BCP. Il y restera jusqu'à ce qu'il soit tué, le 24 juillet 1918. L'ouvrage rassemble les lettres qu'il a adressées à sa famille pendant ces années de guerre.France: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Pound, R.Gillies: Surgeon Extraordinary.London, Michael Joseph, 1964The biography of Sir Harold Gillies, chief surgeon at the Queen’s Hospital, Sidcup, and regarded as the father of 20th Century plastic surgery: personal narrative; surgeon
Poustie, MurrayRemember Our Nurses: The Service and Sacrifice of Bendigo Nurses in World War OneMurray Poustie, 2014, 124 p.A tribute to the service and sacrifice of the thirty two nurses listed on the Bendigo Base Hospital Roll-of-Honour, thirty nurses listed on the Honour Roll on the Loggia of the Soldiers' Memorial Institute, Pall Mall Bendigo, and twelve Bendigo related nurses not listed on either roll.Australia: ; nurses
Powell, AnneWomen in the War Zone: Hospital Service in the First World WarThe History Press, 2009, 416 p. ISBN-10: 0750950595In "Women in the War Zone", Anne Powell has selected extracts from first-hand accounts of the experiences of those female medical personnel who served abroad during the First World War. Covering both the Western and the Eastern Fronts, from Petrograd to Basra and from Antwerp to the Dardanelles, they include nursing casualties from the Battle of Ypres, a young doctor put in charge of a remote hospital in Serbia and a nurse who survived a torpedo attack, albeit with serious injuries. Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses, hospital
Pradel, E. de (Docteur)La guerre en sabots chez les majors. Extraits du Journal d’un médecin de l’armée territoriale, mobilisé pendant la Grande Guerre 1914- 1918.Victorion, 1926.France: personal narrative; doctor
Prentice, S. PadreA Red Cross ChaplainNew York, Dutton, 1919Sartrell Prentice worked as a chaplain at a Base Hospital and behind the lines: personal narrative; hospital
Prétet, HenriLe relèvement des blessés sur le champ de bataille et leur transport dans la zone de l’avant. (Campagne 1914-1915.) (Thèse)Lyon: A.Rey; 1915France: ;
Prévot, JeanCarnets d'un ambulancier et pharmacien. De la bataille de Quennevières aux combats du Soissonnais 1915-1918Edition des Equateurs; 2007. 318 p.France: personal narrative; ambulance
Prilep, HajdeJournal d'un poilu d'OrientGirard: 1936 [reedition Editions 73, 1989]L'auteur est affecté au 19e section d'infirmiers militaire. rattachée à la 57e DI, avec laquelle il embarque pour le front d'Orient. (Vardar, Salonique, Kilkis, Cerna, Albanie, Dobropolje, Constantinople, Odessa)France: personal narrative; nurses
Prior, Richard M. and Budreau, Lisa M.Answering the call : the U.S. Army Nurse Corps, 1917-1919 : a commemorative tribute to military nursing in World War IWashington, DC : Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army, Borden Institute, Walter Reed Army Medical Center : 2008. 238 p. illus.Army Nurse CorpsUnited States. : ; nurses, medical care
Pütter, E. [bearb.]Verwaltungsbericht. Kriegschronik d. kgl. Charité.(64 S.) B. 1916. A.Hirschwald.Germany: ; hospital
Quin, Shawna M.Agnes Warner and the Nursing Sisters of the Great WarGoose Lane editions. 2012, 174 p.the nurses of the Canadian Army Nursing Service in World War I. the experiences of New Brunswick's nursing sistersCanada: ; nurses
R.A.L., [Ray, Anna Chapin ed.]Letters of a Canadian Stretcher BearerBoston, Little, Brown & Co, 1918. 288 p.R.A.L. saw service at No 3 Canadian General Hospital at Boulogne before moving up to the front. He was gassed near Lens on 23rd August 1917.Canada: personal narrative; hospital, stretcher bearer
Ramsay, J. (Capt RAMC).The outside edge of battle. Some recollections of a Casualty Clearing StationBlackburn, The Standard Press, 1919The author was attached to the East Lancs (64 CCS) in 1917: personal narrative;
Rauber, ArnoldIm Schwerverwundetenzug Konstanz-Lyon. Vortag, gehalten in der Kirche zu trogen am 28. Mai 1916 anläßlich der Jahresversammlung der ostschweizer. Samariterhülfslehrer.1916. 62, [4] S.Germany: ; medical service, hospitaltrain
Rauch, R.Momentbilder aus feldärztliche Tätigkeit.(47 S.) G. 1918. Leuschner & L.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Rauch, R. (Red.)Ärzte u. ihre Helfer im Weltkriege 1914-1918 (Helden im weißen Kittel), Apotheker im Weltkriege.1936.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Reckitt, H.J.V.R.76, a French military hospitalLondon, Heinemann, 1921: personal narrative; hospital
Reibold, EllenQuatre mois dans un hopital militaire de Lyon.Geneve: 1915. 43 p.: personal narrative;
Rémi, H.Hommes sans visage.Lausaunne, SPES, 1942In this short paperback Henriette Rémi describes her experiences as a nursing assistant at an unnamed French hospital for facial injuries.: ; nurses
Requadt, RudolfAus den Kämpfen um Lüttich von einem SanitätssoldatenBerlin: Fisher; 1915. 83 p.Sammlung von Schriften zur ZeitgeschichteGermany: personal narrative;
Research Society of the American Red Cross in FranceWar medicine.Research Society of the American Red Cross in France. 1917: ; medical service
Retailleau , LéopoldMusicien-brancardier... carnets de Léopold RetailleauAnovi, 2003Mobilisé en août 1914, l'auteur a tenu son carnet de route jusqu'à ce qu'il trouve la mort le 26 juillet 1918, près de Dormans. Il aura connu successivement les secteurs de Bièvre (août 1914), Mondement (septembre 1914), les Flandres (1914-15), l'Artois (1915), la Champagne (1916), Verdun (1916), le Chemin des Dames (1917), la Marne (1918).France: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Retté, AdolpheCeux qui soignent. Notes de guerreBloud; 1918. 250 p.Après avoir servi dans un hôpital en Provence, il s'engage en novembre 1914 à la 15e SIM. Il est presque aussitôt versé dans une ambulance divisionnaire, où il demeure jusqu'en mars 1915, date à laquelle il est évacué. Après deux mois passés dans un hôpital d'Aix-en-Provence, il est réformé. (Champagne novembre 1914 - mars 1915)France: personal narrative; ambulance, nurses, hospital
Reverta, A.Als Oesterreichische Rotkreuzschwester in Russland. Tagebuch der Gräfin Anna Reverta.In: Süddeutsche Monatshefte, München, September 1923, Heft 12, 20. Jahrgang, Sonderdruck, S. 252-282Germany: personal narrative; nurses, Red Cross
Reznick, Jeffrey S.Healing the nation : soldiers and the culture of caregiving in Britain during the Great War2004: ; medical service
Ribbert, H.Krieg und Krankheit.(30 S.) B. 1916. F.Cohen.Germany: ; medical service
Rice, P.S.An American crusader at Verdun [previously published as: An ambulance driver in France]Princeton, Princeton UP, 1918. 103 p.United States: personal narrative; ambulance
Riemann, HernrietteSchwester der Vierten Armee. Ein Kriegstagebuch.Berlin, Karl Vogels Verlag, 1930. 307 p.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Riemann, HernrietteWie Schwester Emma den Krieg erlebteRekord Verlag, 1930, 307 p.Germany: ; nurses
Riener, KarolineMedizin und moderner Krieg. Walter und Elisabeth von Oettingen im Dienst des Roten Kreuzes (Russisch-Japanischer Krieg 1904/05 und Erster Weltkrieg 1914 - 1918(Quellen und Forschungen aus dem Universitätsarchiv, Bd. 1)Germany: ; Red Cross; medical service
Ritter, HansMeine Erlebnisse als Sanitätsoffizier im Weltkrieg 1914-1918.Hamburg: Selbstverlag 1925, 167 S. [1934, 244 S.]Germany: personal narrative; medical service
Roger, NoëlleLes carnets d’une infirmière (6 carnets)Attinger; 1916France: personal narrative;
Roger, NoëlleDas Tagebuch einer Krankenpflegerin. Aus französischen Lazaretten. Übersetzung von Friedrich Maibach.6 Hefte in 1 Band. (288 S.) Neuchâtel (Schweiz) [1916.] Gebr.Attinger.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Root, Esther Sayles and Marjorie CrockerOver periscope pond; letters from two American girls in Paris. October 1916 - January 1918Boston: Houghton Mifflin; 1918. 295 p.United States: personal narrative;
Rorie, D.A Medico's Luck in the War.Aberdeen, Milne & Hutchinson, 1929Served with the 51st (Highland) Division, and describes Givenchy, Beaumont Hamel, Cambrai and the battles of 1918Great Britain: personal narrative;
Ross, I.Angel of the battlefield. The life of Clara Barton.1956Germany: ; nurses
Ross, IshobelLittle Grey Partridge: First World War Diary of lshobel Ross who Served with the Scottish Women's Hospital's Unit in Serbia.Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1988. 93 pp., illustrated.Diary, July 1916-July 1917. Ross served as a cook in a Scottish Women's Hospital unit in the Salonika campaign. Diary suffers from lack of annotation, as many of the cryptic references are unexplained; interesting photographs.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Roth, A.Briefe aus dem Felde und aus den Lazaretten. So sah ich den Krieg, Band 1.Leipzig, 1930Germany: personal narrative; hospital
Roure, L.Devant la douleur. Carnet d'une infirmière. Sonnets de campagne. Pages ReligieusesEtudes. 1915, t.143, 113 p.France: personal narrative; nurses
Roussel-Lépine, J.Une ambulance de gare. Croquis des premiers jours de guerreParis: Plon-Nourrit; 1916. 200 p.France: personal narrative;
Rüdgisch, Emmy vonAus dem Völkerkrieg 1916/IV. Unterm Roten Kreuz. Erlebnisse und Schilderungen von Emmy von Rüdgisch.In: Heim und Herd, Deutsche Jugend- und Hausbücherei, Band 14, Lahr/Baden, 1916Germany: personal narrative;
Rüdiger, W.Frauen im Dienst der Menschlichkeit. Erlebtes im Deutschen Roten Kreuz von 1914 bis Friedland.München, 1962Germany: personal narrative;
Rühlemann, G. A.Album für Krankenträger. Verwundeten-Beförderung. u. erste Hilfe im Kriege. 15. Aufl.(171 S.) M. 1918. H.W.Schlimpert.Germany: ; medical service
Rühlemann, G. A.Erste Hilfe bei Verletzten u. plötzlich Erkrankten n. Transport derselben. Leitfaden f. d. Sanitätskolonnen-Unterricht. 15. Aufl.(171 S.) M. [1919]. H.W.Schlimpert.Germany: ; medical service
Russner, KätheSchwesterndienst im Weltkriege. Feldpostbriefe und Tagebuchblätter.Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1936. 116 p.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Rutherford, N.J.C.Memories of an Army SurgeonPaul, 1939Recollections from Salonika: personal narrative; surgeon. doctor
Rutherford, Nathaniel John CrawfordSoldiering with a Stethoscope.London: Stanley Paul, 1937. 288 p., illustrated.Autobiography, about 70 p. on World War I, when Rutherford served as a divisional medical officer in France, Flanders, and Salonika. Good detail on medical work and casualties.Great Britain: personal narrative; surgeon, doctor
Saint-Paul, Georges (Dr.)Le médecin au feu. 1. Le médecin divisionnaireAlcan, 1919.France: ; medical service
Salm-Reifferscheidt, FranziskaFrauen in der Kriegskrankenpflege im Ersten Weltkrieg am Beispiel einer Rotkreuzschwester: Marianne JarkaWien: Universität Wien, 2010. 120 p.Austria: nurses, Red Cross;
Saltonstall, Nora; Graham, Judith S.Out here at the front : the World War I letters of Nora Saltonstall2004: personal narrative; nurses
Sandes, FloraThe Autobiography of a Woman Soldier : A Brief Record of Adventure with the Serbian Army, 1916-1919.London: H.F. & G. Witherby, 1927. 222 pp., illustrated.Memoir, August 1914-November 1918. Sandes went to Serbia in February 1915 as a nurse in a Red Cross unit, then promptly enlisted in the 2nd Infantry Regiment of the Serbian army. Wounded in 1916, she nevertheless stayed in service until the end of the war, eventually gaining promotion to lieutenant. The verity of her account has been questioned.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses, Red Cross
Sarnecky, Mary T.A History of the U.S. Army Nurse CorpsUniversity of Pennsylvania Press, 1999, 536 p.Thousands of women have served in the Nurse Corps of the U. S. Army. Many of them worked in war zones, where their extraordinary courage, resourcefulness, and toughness first astonished and then won the respect of male officers.United States: ; medical service
Saxe, Marvin Stowe.An Old Veteran Reminisces.Somerville, N.J.: Somerset Press, 1978. 142 p., illustrated.Memoir, April 1917-1919. Saxe served in U.S.A.A.S. section 592, driving Fords and Fiats in the Vosges, until February 1918, when he became a private in the 304th Brigade, Tank Corps, or 1st Tank Brigade.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Schaefer, DanielLazarett-Bilder. Wie sie litten und starben in großer Zeit. 3. Aufl.Elberfeld. Buchhandlung d. Ev. Gesellsch. f. Deutschl. 1921. (95 S.)Germany: ; hospital
Schäfer, D.Lazarett-Bilder. Erlebnisse und Erfahrungen eines Lazarett-Seelsorgers.Elberfeld, 1918Germany: personal narrative; hospital
Schäfer, D.Stilles Heldentum. Lazarett-Bilder.4. Aufl. B., Sonnenweg-Verl. 1928.Germany: ; hospital
Schairer, G.Der Engel von Sibirien. Roman.1935Germany: novel;
Schauta, Fr.Die Frau v. 50 Jahren. - Krieg u. Geburtshilfe.(77 S.) W. 1917. M.Perles.Medizinische KriegserfahrungenGermany: ; medical service
Schede, E.Als Arzt in Mazedonien 1916-18. Briefe und Betrachtungen.Nordhausen a. Harz, L. Hornickels Buchh. 1929.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Schilling, EugenAls Sanitäter an der Front. Tagebuchaufzeichnungen e. Schweizer Krankenpflegers im Weltkrieg: unpolitisches Tatsachenbericht.Zürich: Schweizer Spiegel Verlag, 1935. 231 S.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Schjerning, Otto v. [Hrsg.]Bibliothek von Coler - v. Schjerning. Sammlung von Werken aus dem Bereiche der medizinischen Wissenschaften mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der militärmedizinischen GebieteBerlin, A.Hirschwald 1901-1920Germany: ; medical service
Schjerning, Otto vonDie Tätigkeit und die Erfolge der deutschen Feldärzte im Weltkriege : zugleich Einleitung zu dem "Handbuch der ärztlichen Erfahrungen im Weltkriege"(26 S.) L. 1920. J.A.Barth.Germany: ; medical service
Schleich, C. L.2 Jahre Kriegschirurg. Erfahrungen aus e. Berliner Lazarett.(VII, 82 S.) St. 1916. B., E.Rowohlt.Germany: ; hospital
Schlieben, A. v.Heldinnen vom Roten Kreuz. Lazaretterzählungen.Berlin, 1916Germany: ; Red Cross, hospital, nurses
Schneider, B.Ulrich Haake, Das Buch vom Kriege 1914-1918.Ebenhausen, 1934Germany: ;
Schullern, H. v.Erinnerungen e. Feldarztes aus d. Weltkrieg.1934Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Schwander, M.Dans la Tourmente. Avec les Belges pendant la Guerre mondiale (septembre 1914 - décembre 1915)Paris-Neuchatel, ca. 1919The author was a nurse, member of the "Alliance Suisse des Gardes-Malades".Switzerland: personal narrative; nurses
Schwander, MarthaDas Fähnlein von Antwerpen. Erlebnisse e. Schweizerin bei d. Belgiern im Weltkrieg.Bern: Hallwag, 1934. 92 S.Switzerland: personal narrative; nurses
Schwester Anita W.-L.Eine Fahrt von der West- zur Ostfront.Das Kränzchen. Illustrierte Mädchen-Zeitung29. Folge, Stuttgart/Berlin/Leipzig/Wien, S. 38-42, S. 60-62, S. 70-72, S. 86-88 und S. 102-106Germany: personal narrative;
Senftleben, Eduard; Foerster, Wolfgang; Liesner, Gerhard Unter dem Roten Kreuz im Weltkriege. Das Buch der freiwilligen Krankenpflege (unter Mitwirkung des Deutschen Roten Kreuzes).Berlin: Weller 1934. 453 S.Germany: ; Red Cross
Sergeant, E.S.Shadow shapes, the journal of a wounded woman, October 1918 - May 1919Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1920: personal narrative;
Serjeant-Major R.A.M.C.With the R.A.M.C. in EgyptLondon: Cassell; 1918. 316 p.: personal narrative; medical service
Shay, Michael E.A grateful heart : the history of a World War I field hospital2002: ; hospital
Shield, H.War Diary, 12 August-25 October, 1914.Privately printed, 1915A dramatic account of the retreat from Mons. The author, a medical officer, was killed on 26 October.: personal narrative;
Shiveley, G.J (ed).Record of the S.S.U.585 Yale ambulance unit with the French Army 1917-1919New York, Brick Row, 1920: personal narrative; ambulance
Siers, RobynDevotion : stories of Australia's wartime nurses
Canberra, ACT : Department of Veterans Affairs in association with the Australian War Memorial [2013].: ;
Silex, P., u. B. HirschBericht üb. unsere 3jähr. Tätigkeit an d. Blinden-Lazarettschule d. Vereinslazaretts St. Maria Viktoria-Heilanst. zu Berlin, Karlstraße 29.(72 S ) B. 1918. S.Karger.Germany: ; hospital, Berlin
Simmons, M. K.Feuer im Blut. Roman.München-Zürich, 1978Germany: novel;
Sinclair, MayA journal of impressions in Belgium: record of experiences with a field ambulance in the autumn of 1914.London: Hutchinson; 1915. 332 p. [New York: Macmillan; 1915]Field Ambulance in FlandersGreat Britain: personal narrative; hospital, nurses
Slater, William.The War Diaries of William Slater.Strathmore, Vic.: Astrovisuals, 2000. 268 pp., illustrated.Diaries, 1915-1917. Slater went to France in November 1916 as a stretcher bearer with the 10th Field Ambulance, and served eight months before being wounded and leaving for England. Antiwar; he later served as a prominent Australian Labor politician.Australia and New Zealand: personal narrative; stretcher bearer
Smith, Harry L., and James R. EckmanMemoirs of an Ambulance Company Officer.Rochester, Minn.: Doomsday Press, 1940. 226 p., illustrated.Memoir, April 1917-August 1919. Smith, a doctor, served in ambulance company No. 21 of the 4th Division at the Aisne-Marne , St. Mihiel, and Meuse-Argonne.United States: personal narrative; ambulance
Smith, Helen ZennaMrs. Biest pfeift. Frauen an d. Front. (Dt. v. H. Reisiger.)B., S. Fischer, Verl. 1930.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Smith, LesleyFour Years Out of Life.London: Philip Allan, 1931. 302pp., illustrated.Nursing experiences on the Western Front, illustrated by the author’s own atmospheric woodcutsGreat Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Sommer, W.Im Lazarettzug. Stimmungsbilder.(32 S.) N. 1915. D.Meininger.Germany: ; medical service, hospitaltrain
Sonnenthal-Scherer, MariaEin Frauenschicksal im Kriege. Briefe und Tagebuchaufzeichnungen von Schwester Maria Sonnenthal-Scherer, eingeleitet und nach den Handschriften herausgegeben von Hermine von Sonnenthal.Berlin: 1918. 253 p.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Souttar, Henry SessionsA Surgeon in Belgium.London, Edward Arnold, 1915. 217 p.Experiences with the Belgian Field Ambulance serviceGreat Britain: personal narrative; ambulance, hospital, surgeon, nurses
Speakman, Marie Anna VuilleumierMemories. Experiences of American hospital service in FranceWilmington, Del.: Greenwood Bookshop, 1937. 191 p., illustrated.Memoir, June 1915-November 1918. Written by the wife of Dr William Speakman, a dental surgeon who served with the AEF following volunteer service in France. Contains a description of facial injuries that Speakman encountered at Neuilly, and personal accounts of the soldiers who were so injuredUnited States: personal narrative;
Spearing, Evelyn Mary.From Cambridge to Camiers under the Red CrossCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1917. 87 p.: personal narrative;
Spiegl, P. (ed).Elsie Fenwick in Flanders. The Diaries of a Nurse 1915-1918Stamford, Spiegl Press, 1980Elsie Fenwick served with the Red Cross at La Panne, beginning as a probationer and finishing as head sister on a surgical ward of 80 beds: personal narrative; Red Cross, nurses
Starns, PennySisters of the Somme. True stories from a first world war field hospitalThe History Press, 2016Following the outbreak of WWI, the Order of St. John appealed for volunteers to train as frontline medical staff at a major volunteer field hospital in Etaples, France. One such volunteer was Lily Fielding. This book is a heart-warming account of camaraderie and compassion based on the true stories of the VAD nurses who were at the Somme: ; hospital, VAD nurses
Stepansky, Paul E.Easing Pain on the Western Front. American Nurses of the Great War and the Birth of Modern Nursing Practice2019Drawing on firsthand accounts of American nurses, as well as their Canadian and British counterparts, historian Paul E. Stepansky describes nurses' encounters with devastating new forms of injury--wounds from high-explosive artillery shells, poison gas burns, ''shell shock,'' the Spanish Flu.United States: ; nurses
Stephenson, W.A Memoir of the Rev. W.H.Norman M.A.privately printed, n.d.A sergeant in the RAMC, Norman had served in France during 1915-16 until invalided by neuritis and rheumatism. He was lost at sea while returning to service in Egypt on the Transylvania when it was torpedoed in the Mediterranean on 4th May 1917: personal narrative;
Stevenson, Betty G.Betty Stevenson, Y.M.C.A., croix de guerre avec palme, Sept. 3, 1896 - May 30, 1918London: Longmans Green; 1920. 295 p.Account of Betty's wartime experiences published by her parentsGreat Britain: personal narrative; Y.M.C.A.
Stevenson, Sarah SandLamp for a Soldier: The Caring Story of a Nurse in World War 1.Bismarck, N.D.: North Dakota State Nurses' Association, 1976. 112 pp., illustrated.United States: personal narrative; nurses
Stevenson, W.Y.At the Front in a FlivverBoston & New York, Houghton & Mifflin, 1917.Account by the financial editor of a Philadelphia newspaper of his experiences as an ambulancier with the French from March to December 1916.: personal narrative; ambulance
Stewart, Alfred Robert MorisonDiaries of an Unsung Hero. Edited by Margaret Willmington.Blaxland, N.S.W.: M. Willmington, 1995. 276 pp., illustrated.Letters/diary, August 1915-September 1917.Stewart, a conscientious objector, served as a stretcher bearer with the 17th Battalion, A.I.F., and was killed in service in Polygon Wood in November 1917. Good, detailed entries.Australia and New Zealand: personal narrative; stretcher bearer
Stimson, Julia CatherineFinding themselves; the letters of an American army chief nurse in a British hospital in France.New York, Macmillan, 1919; [1927]. 231 p.United States: personal narrative; nurses
Stoof, Laurie S.Russia's Sisters of Mercy and the Great War. More Than Binding Men’s WoundsUniversity Press of Kansas, 2015, 392 p.They are war stories, filled with danger and deprivation, excitement and opportunity, sorrow and trauma, scandal and controversy—and because they are the war stories of nurses, they remain largely untold.Russia: ; nurses
Stramberg, M. v.Oberin und Schwester.Berlin, 1916Germany: ;
Strong, Alice L.Balkan letters.Typescript journal; 1915. 21 p.United States: personal narrative; Red Cross
Strong, Richard PearsonTrench fever. Report of commissionAmerican National Red Cross. Medical research committee: 1918: ; medical service
Sturzenegger, CatharinaLa Serbie en guerre 1914-1916; episodes vecus ... par une suissesse allemande au service de la Croix-Rouge.Neuchatel: [1916]. 192 p.Switzerland: personal narrative; Red Cross
Sturzenegger, CatharinaSerbien im europäischen Kriege 1914/1915; nach Briefen, Dokumenten und eigenen Erlebnissen.Zürich: 1916. 120 p.Switzerland: personal narrative; Red Cross
Sullivan, Reginald Noël"Somewhere in France" personal letters of Reginald Noël Sullivan: S.S.U.65 of the American ambulance field servicePrivatly printed 1917. 53 p.United States: personal narrative; ambulance
Surgeon-General's OfficeThe medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 5 Military hospitals in the United StatesUnited States. Surgeon-General's Office: 1923. 857 p.United States: ; medical service, hospital
Surgeon-General's OfficeAbstracts of war surgery. An abstract of the war literature of general surgery that has been published since the declaration of war in 1914Prepared by the division of surgery, surgeon-general's office. Mosby Company 1918United States: ; surgery, medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Bispham, William] [Ireland]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 7 TrainingWashington: Government printing office: 1927. 1211 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Bowen, Albert S.]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 4 Activities concerning mobilization camps and ports of embarkationUnited States. Surgeon-General's Office: 1928. 494 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Callender, George R. and Coupal, James F.]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 12 Pathology of the acute respiratory diseases and of gas gangrene following war woundsUnited States. Surgeon-General's Office: 1929. 583 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Crane, A.G.] [Stimson, Julia]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 13 part one; physical reconstruction and vocational education; part 2, The army nurse corpsWashington: Government printing office: 1927. 998 p.United States: ; medical service, nurses
Surgeon-General's Office [Davenport, Charles B. and Love, Albert G.]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 15 Statistics. Part 1: Army anthropologyWashington: Government printing office: 1921. 635 p.Based on observations made on draft recruits, 1917-1918, and on veterans at demobilization, 1919United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Dunham, Edward K.]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 11 Surgery; part two EmpyemaWashington: Government printing office: 1924. 827 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Ireland]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 10 NeuropsychiatryWashington: Government printing office: 1929. 543 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Ireland]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 11 Surgery; part one; general surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgeryWashington: Government printing office: 1927.1324 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Ireland]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 14 Medical aspects of gas warfareWashington: Government printing office: 1926. 876 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Ireland]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 2 Administration American Expeditionary ForcesUnited States. Surgeon-General's Office: 1927. 1123 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Love, Albert G.]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 15 Statistics. Part 2: Medical and casualty statisticsWashington: Government printing office: 1925. 1368 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Lynch, Charles]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 1 The Surgeon-General's OfficeUnited States. Surgeon-General's Office: 1923. 1389 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Lynch, Charles]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 8 Field OperationsWashington: Government printing office. 1925. 1097 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Scott.H.L.]Manual for the medical department of the United States Army 1916 corrected to June 15, 1918, changes nos. 1 to 8.Washington: Government printing office. 1918. 387 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Siler, Joseph F.]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 9 Communicable and other diseasesUnited States. Surgeon-General's Office: 1928. 628 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office [Wolfe, Edwin P.]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 3 Financy and supplyUnited States. Surgeon-General's Office: 1928. 935 p.United States: ; medical service
Surgeon-General's Office Chamberlain, Weston P. / Weed, Frank W.] [Ireland]The medical department of the United States Army in the world war. Volume 6 SanitationWashington: Government printing office: 1926. 1141 p.Sanitation in the United States. Sanitation in the American Expeditionairy ForcesUnited States: ; medical service
Sutherland, Millicent Fanny St.Clair-ErskineSix semaines à la guerre.Paris, 1916. 83 p.: personal narrative;
Sutherland, Millicent Fanny St.Clair-ErskineSix weeks at the war.London, 1914. 116 p.: personal narrative;
Suttor, Harold BruceJourneys of a Light Horseman. Edited by Andrew Shepherdson.Newtown, Tas.: A. Shepherdson, 2002. 202pp ., illustrated.Letters/diary. Suttor served with A Squadron of the N.S.W. Mounted Rifles during the Boer War, and was commissioned major of the 7th Light Horse Regiment in 1914. Includes his wife's correspondence as a nurse at the Red Cross Hospital in Giza.Australia and New Zealand: personal narrative; nurses
Swan, John Mumford, Heath, MarkA history of United States army base hospital no.19, American expeditionary forces, Vichy, France, A.P.O.781Rochester, N.Y.: Wegman-Walsh; 1922. 107 p.United States: ; hospital
Swayne, M.L.In MesopotamiaLondon, Hodder & Stoughton, 1918Vivid impressions of an RAMC officer, with tipped-in copies of the author’s watercolours. He describes a possibly apocryphal story of how a Turkish assault on Basra ended with the arrival of what the Turks thought to be an artillery column, but was actually a scratch ambulance convoy.: personal narrative;
Taber, Sydney Richmond.Arthur Richmond Taber: A Memorial Record Compiled by His Father.Princeton: Privately printed, 1920. 203 p., illustrated.Includes war letters dating November 1915-February 1919.The best letters relate to Taber's service as an ambulance driver in S.S.U. 4 from November 1915 to February 1916, after which he returned to the United States.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Tayler , HenriettaA Scottish Nurse at Work : Being a Record of what One Semi-trained Nurse has been Privileged to See and Do During Four and a Half Years of War.London: John Lane, 1920. 156 pp., illustrated .The author served as a nurse in Belgium, France, and Italy.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Teichman, OskarThe Diary of a Yeomanry M.O .: Egypt, Gallipoli, Palestine and Italy. London: Fisher Unwin, 1921. 283 p.London, Fisher Unwin, 1921Teichman, a medical officer in the R.A.M.C., was attached to the Worcestershire Yeomanry in 1914 and followed it through campaigns in Egypt, Gallipoli, Sinai, and Palestine. In June 1918 he was posted to the 22nd Brigade and served with it in Italy during the last month of the war.Great Britain: personal narrative; doctor
Tennent, R. JosephineRed Herrings of 1918.Tunbridge Wells: Midas Books, 1980. 114 pp., illustrated.An account of first aid work in the Nursing Yeomanry.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Terriberry, GladysDiary of Gladys Terriberry: American Army Nurse, France, 1918.New Brunswick, N.J.: David Joseph Riley, 1998. 16 pp.United States: personal narrative; nurses
Thomas, A.Die Katrin wird Soldat. Ein Roman aus Elsass-Lothringen.Berlin, 1930Germany: novel;
Thompson, B.Four months in Italy in wartimeLondon, Lane, 1920Record of V.A.D. work in a series entitled “On Active Service”: personal narrative; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD), nurses
Thurstan, ViolettaAventures d'une infirmière anglaise en Belgigue et sur le front russe.Paris: 1915. 175 p.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Thurstan, ViolettaThe Hounds of War Unleashed. A Nurse’s account of life on the Eastern Front during the 1914-1918 war.St. Ives, Cornwall: United Writers Publications, 1978. 93pp., illustrated.Memoir of a nurse in Belgium and Russia. See also her book Field Hospital and Flying Column (1915).Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Thurston, ViolettaField Hospital and Flying Column. Being the Journal of a Nursing Sister in Belgium & RussiaLondon & New York, G.P.Putnam’s Sons, 1916. 184 p.Violetta Thurston was in Brussels when the German forces arrived and continued nursing duties until sent across Germany to Denmark, thence to Poland and Russia, where she was slightly wounded by a German bomb.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses, hospital
Tienhoven, Arius vanAvec les Serbes en Serbie et en Albanie 1914-1916.Journal de guerre d'un chirurgien. Paris: Richard; 1919. 163 p.Netherlands: personal narrative; surgeon
Tienhoven, Arius vanDe gruwelen van den oorlog in Servië: het dagboek van den oorlogs-chirurg A. van Tienhoven, naverteld door M.J.BrusseRotterdan: W.L. en J.Brusse; 1915. 109 p.Netherlands: personal narrative; surgeon
Tileston, Amelia PeabodyAmelia Peabody Tileston and her canteens for Serbs. Ed. by Mary Wilder Tileston.Boston: [1920]. 192 p.: personal narrative; charity, canteens
Tilton, MayThe Grey Battalion.Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1933. 310 pp., illustrated.Memoir, July 1915-November 1918. Tilton, an Australian Army nurse, landed in Egypt in September 1915 and served there untiI September 1916, when she transferred to a hospital in England. In May 1917 she went to France, and worked at hospital on the Western Front until leaving for South Africa in March 1918. Fascinating memoir of Tilton's varied experiences, based on her diaries.Australia: personal narrative; nurses
Toland, Edward DaleThe aftermath of battle: with the Red Cross in FranceLondon: Macmillan, 1916. 175 p.Posted to the hospital established in the Majestic Hotel, Paris, Toland describes the early management of facial injuries, the effects of delay in treatment, and tetanus before anti-tetanic serum became available. He later transferred to the Harjes Ambulance Corps. [Lassigny]Great Britain: personal narrative; ambulance, Red Cross
Top, Gaston-Emile-AlfredAvec le 1er corps d'armée. Un groupe de 75 (1er aout 1914 - 13 mai 1915). Journal d'un médecin aide-major du 27e d'artilleriePlon; 1919. 375 p.L'auteur est affecté au début de la guerre comme médecin au 27e RAC, avec lequel il fait toute la campagne jusqu'en février 1916. Après un séjour à l'arrière comme mécanothérapeute, il retourne sur le front en février 1917 à l'Ambulance 4/15. Son journal, très complet, va jusqu'au 13 mai 1915. (Bois d'Ailly, Champagne)France: personal narrative; doctor
Townsend, Philip BreretonEye in the Sky 1918: Recollections of a World War One Pilot on Artillery and Infantry Co-operation Duties.Knaresborough: P.B. Town end, 1986. 40 pp., illustrated.Townsend served as a stretcher bearer in the 135th Field Ambulance, R.A.M.C., before transferring to the R.F.C. in November 1917. He flew mainly photo reconnaissance missions, and was commissioned in August 1918.Great Britain: personal narrative; stretcher bearer
Trent, Th.Engel in UniformGöttingenGermany: ;
Tridon, P. (Dr.)Qualités et devoirs des infirmières dans les hôpitaux militaires en temps de guerre,Auxerre, impr. Gallot, 1921.France: ; nurses, hospital
Troussaint (Dr.)Une page de l’histoire du service de santé militaire. Sa préparation à la guerre et à l’œuvre de la 7e direction pendant la première année de guerreCharles-Lavauzelle, 1919.France: ; medical service
Tubby, Alfred Herbert.A Consulting Surgeon in the Near East.London: Christopher, 1920. 279 p., illustrated.Memoir, June 1915- March 1919. Tubby was Consulting Surgeon to the Mediterranean and Egyptian Expeditionary Forces, serving at Gallipoli and in Egypt and Palestine. A technical, administrative account.Australian: personal narrative; surgeon
Uexküll-Gyllenband, A. G.Aus einem Schwesternleben.Stuttgart, 1956Germany: ;
Ulrich-Beil, E.Ich ging meinen Weg. Lebenserinnerungen.Berlin, 1961Germany: personal narrative;
Van Den Steen (Comtesse).Mon Journal d’Infirmière aout-novembre 1914.Bruxelles, Office de Publicité, 1937War diary of a leading nurse on the Belgian front and in PoperingheBelgium: personal narrative; nurses
Van Vorst, MarieWar letters of an American woman.New York: John Lane; 1916. 328 p.American ambulance NeuillyUnited States: personal narrative; ambulance
Vassal, JosephDardanelles, Serbie, Salonique. Impressions et souvenirs de guerre (avril 1915 - fevrier 1916)Plon, 1916L'auteur, médecin militaire colonial, fit toute la campagne dans le Corps expéditionnaire d'Orient. Versé au 21e RIC puis au 6e RIC mixte, il participe avec cette dernière unité à la campagne des Dardanelles, du 4 mars au 1er octobre 1915. Nommé médecin divisionnaire à la 156e DI, il fait la campagne de Serbie et la retraite sur Salonique. Son récit s'arrête au 4 février 1916.France: personal narrative; doctor
Vassal, JosephUncensored letters from the DardanellesHeinemann; 1916. 282 p.France: personal narrative; doctor
Veaux, GeorgesEn suivant nos soldats de l'OuestRennes : Imprimerie Oberthur, 1917L'auteur, bien que diplômé en médecine, participe à la campagne de l'été 1914 dans le rang, en tant qu'infirmier, au 41e RI. Nommé médecin auxiliaire le 1er octobre, il est évacué pour maladie en août 1915. Après avoir servi dans les hôpitaux de l'arrière, il retourne sur le front en octobre 1916 comma aide-major au 110e RAL, où il finit la guerre. Le livre du docteur Veaux est une édition de son journal, qui va du 31 juillet au 17 novembre 1914.France: personal narrative; doctor
Verth, M. zurDas Lazarettschiff unt. bes. Berücks. d. Erfahrungen. während d. Krieges 1914-18 in d. dtsch. Marine.(IV, 103 S.) J. 1920. G.Fischer.Germany: ; hospitalship
Vetzel, M.-B.-Ad. (Dr.)Les ambulances de la mer au cours de la guerre 1914-1918,Vannes, impr. Commelin, 1921.France: ; ambulance, hospitalships
Vialle, J. (Dr.)Notes sur un poste chirurgical avancé en 1916 ; contribution à l’étude de la chirurgie du champ de batailleLyon, Rey, 1920.France: ; medical service
Viguier, ProsperUn chirurgien de la Grande GuerreToulouse, Privat, collection « Témoignages pour l’histoire », 2007, 158 p., illustrations.Médecin major au 18e RI de Pau au début de la guerre, il est nommé médecin chef de l’ambulance 8/18 en mai 1915. Il reste à ce poste jusqu’à la fin de la guerre. La vie d’une ambulance de l’avant pendant toute la durée de la guerre (l’Aisne, Verdun, la Somme, le Chemin des Dames…).France: personal narrative; ambulance, hospital, doctor
Vivian, Evelyn CharlesWith the Royal Army Medical Corps (R.A.M.C.) at the Front.London: Hodder and Stoughton; 1914Great Britain: ; medical service
Voigt, F.A.Combed Out.London, Jonathan Cape, 1920 (Travellers’ Library ed.1929)Contains a graphic account of orderly work in a CCS: personal narrative;
Voivenel, P. (ed Canini G).A Verdun avec la 67 DRNancy, Presses Universitares de Nancy, 1991Diary of a front line medical officer: Voivenel was medical officer of the 211th Infantry regiment. These extracts relate to the Regiment’s experiences at VerdunFrance: personal narrative; doctor
Voivenel, PaulLa psychologie du soldatLa Renaissance du livre, 1918Le docteur Voivenel, spécialiste des maladies mentales, est mobilisé comme médecin au 211e RI en août 1914. En avril 1916, il passe dans une autre unité de la même division, la 67e. Il dirige ensuite l'Ambulance 15/6, avant d'être rattaché à une ambulance spécialisée dans le traitement des gazés.France: personal narrative; doctor
Voivenel, PaulLe cafardGrasset, 1918Le docteur Voivenel, spécialiste des maladies mentales, est mobilisé comme médecin au 211e RI en août 1914. En avril 1916, il passe dans une autre unité de la même division, la 67e. Il dirige ensuite l'Ambulance 15/6, avant d'être rattaché à une ambulance spécialisée dans le traitement des gazés.France: personal narrative; doctor
Voivenel, PaulLe courageAlcan, 1917Le docteur Voivenel, spécialiste des maladies mentales, est mobilisé comme médecin au 211e RI en août 1914. En avril 1916, il passe dans une autre unité de la même division, la 67e. Il dirige ensuite l'Ambulance 15/6, avant d'être rattaché à une ambulance spécialisée dans le traitement des gazés.France: personal narrative; doctor
Voivenel, Paul, Martin, PaulLa guerre des gaz, 1915-1918La Renaissance du livre, 1919 (réédition : B. Giovanangeli, 2004)Le docteur Voivenel, spécialiste des maladies mentales, est mobilisé comme médecin au 211e RI en août 1914. En avril 1916, il passe dans une autre unité de la même division, la 67e. Il dirige ensuite l'Ambulance 15/6, avant d'être rattaché à une ambulance spécialisée dans le traitement des gazés.France: personal narrative; doctor, medical service
Voss, HedwigIm Dienste des Roten Kreuzes. Erlebnisse und Eindrücke aus dem Weltkrieg 1914.(93 S.) St. [1915]. H., Walter Seifert Verlag.Germany: personal narrative; Red Cross
Vuillermet, F.A.Avec les alpinsLethielleux, 1918Le Frère-Prêcheur Vuillermet est désigné comme aumônier de la 66e DI, et affecté au groupe des brancardiers. Son récit couvre la période du 16 avril au 25 octobre 1917, dans le secteur du Chemin des Dames. C'est un mélange hétéroclite de souvenirs personnels, de témoignages rapportés et d'histoire officielle.France: personal narrative; stretcher-bearer
Wadsworth, EliotThe work of the Red Cross in the event of warThe American Journal of Nursing volume 17, No.12 (Sept.1917) p. 1153-1157United States: ; Red Cross
Walker, Dora M.With the Lost Generation, 1915-1919, from a V.A.D.'s Diary.Hull: A. Brown & Sons, 1970. 36pp., illustrated.Memoir based on letters, 1914-1918. Walker served as a nurse at various hospitals in Belgium and France, including No.9 Red Cross Hospital at Calais and No. 22 Casualty Clearing Station at St. Orner and elsewhere. Short but with good illustrations and observations on hospital work.Great Britain: personal narrative; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD), nurses, Red Cross,
Walker, FrankFrom a stretcher handle: The World War I journal & poems of pte. Frank Walker. Edited by Mary Gaudet.Charlottetown, P.E.I.: Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, 2000. 143pp., illustrated.Diary, 1914-1918. Walker served as a stretcher bearer in the Canadian Field Ambulance, serving at Vimy Ridge and Passchendaele.Canada: personal narrative; stretcher bearer
Walker, H.F.B.A Doctor's Diary in DamaralandLondon, E.Arnold, 1917.The story of a mounted Brigade Field Ambulance with Gen. Botha in 1915.: personal narrative; ambulance
Walsleben, M. v. [Steinäcker, M. v.]Die deutsche Schwester in Sibirien. Aufzeichnungen von einer Reise durch die sibirischen Gefangenenlager vom Ural bis Wladiwostok von Schwester Magdalene von Walsleben (Freifrau von Steinõcker).Berlin, 1919Germany: ;
Ware, GwenA Rose in Picardy : The Diaries of Gwen Ware, 1916-1918.Farnham: Farnham District & Museum Society, 1984. 43pp.Diary of a nurse on the Western Front.Great Britain: personal narrative; nurses
Warner, AgnesMy beloved poilus. These home letters from an American girl ... caring for the wounded in France at an army ambulance ... .St. John: 1917. 123 pUnited States: personal narrative; nurses, ambulance
Warner, Agnes.Nurse at the trenches: letters home from a WW1 nurse.Diggory Press 2005, 73 p.: personal narrative; nurses
Watkins, OS.With French in France and Flanders. Being the experience of a chaplain attached to a Field AmbulanceLondon, Charles H. Kelly, 1915The author accompanied the 14th Field Ambulance from mobilisation in August 1914 to Ypres in 1915: personal narrative; ambulance
Watson, F.The Life of Sir Robert Jones.Baltimore, William Wood & Co, 1934.Sir Robert Jones (1857-1933) was a pioneer in surgery and orthopaedics. There is much material on his work with disabled soldiers in World War I.: personal narrative; surgeon
Weihmann, M.In allen Sätteln. Reiterbuch eines deutschen ArtzesLeipzig, Paul List, 1937The author rode with artillery which fought against T. E. Lawrence.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Wenzel, Anne-MarieDeutsche Kraft in Fesseln; 5 Jahre deutscher Schwesterndienst in Sibirien 1916-1921. Potsdam: Ernte-Verlag 1931. 140 S.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Wenzel, Marian, Cornish JohnAuntie Mabel’s War. An account of her part in the hostilities of 1914-18Alan Lane; 1980. 128 p.The story of Mabel Jeffery, who served as a nurse in Northern France and the Balkans with the Scottish Women’s Hospital: personal narrative; nurses
Werner, M.R.“Orderly!”New York, Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, 1930Life in a Normandy base hospital during 1917-1919: personal narrative; hospital
Werthmann, L. [Hrsg.].Die Freiburger Lazarette im Völkerkrieg 1914-15. Im Auftrag des Ortsausschusses vom Roten Kreuz herausgegeben von Dr.L.Werthmann.Freiburg: Caritasverlag 1915, 202 S.[online resource - Digitale Sammlungen]Germany: ; hospital, Freiburg
West, RebeccaWar nurse. The True Story of a Woman who Lived, Loved and Suffered on the Western Front.: personal narrative; nurses
Westerdale, T.L.B.Under the Red Cross flagLondon, C.H.Kelly 1915: personal narrative; Red Cross
Westermann, Ch.Frauenarbeit im KriegBerlin, 1917Germany: ;
Westman, Stephen KurtSurgeon with the Kaiser’s ArmyLondon, Wm Kimber, 1968Westmann settled in England, but this book relates his experiences in the German front lineGermany: personal narrative; surgeon
Whitelaw, Roy MelsydSomewhere in France: Letters Home, the War Years of Sgt. Roy Whitelaw 1st A.I.F.Fitzroy, Vic.: Five Mile Press, 1989. 169 p., illustrated.Letters, 1915-1918. Whitelaw enlisted in August 1915, served in Egypt as an ambulance driver and then drove ammunition trucks in France with the 2nd Australian Motor Transport Company. His letters are records of daily life and leave in London and Paris.Australia: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Whitsed, Juliet de KeyCome to the Cook-House Door!: A V.A.D . in Salonika.London: H. Joseph, 1932. 185 pp.Great Britain: personal narrative; Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD)
Wicke, ElsaDrei Monate Kriegspflegeschwester auf dem westlichen Kriegsschauplatz.[S.l.]: 1914, 11 S.Nurse in Bapaume (Schwester des Rheinisch-Westfälischen Diakonie-Vereins)Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Widmar, J.Die KameradinInnsbruck-Wien-München, 1930Germany: ;
Wight, Otis B. (ed).On active service with Base Hospital 46 U.S. Army, March 20, 1918, to May 25, 1919Portland, Arcady 1919United States: personal narrative; hospital
Wigle, Shari LynnPride of America, we're with you : the letters of Grace Anderson, U.S. Army Nurse Corps, World War I2007: personal narrative; nurses
Wilder, Amos Niven.Armageddon Revisited: A World War 1 Journal.New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994. 168 p., illustrated.Memoir, September 1916-November 1918. Amos Wilder, brother of author Thornton Wilder, enlisted in the A.F.S. while a Yale student in September 1916, serving subsequently in S.S.U. 2 in the Argonne, February to May 1917, and S.S.U. 3 on the Salonika front, June to October 1917. In November 1917 he became a private, later corporal in the 17th Field Artillery, 2nd Division. Wilder was hospitalized due to illness; he worked in headquarters for last two weeks of war. United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Willner, M.Lagerung u. Abbeförderg. Verwundeter an d. Front.(112 S. u. 16 S.) B. 1917. R.Eisenschmidt.Germany: ; medical service
Wilmanns, K.Die bad. Lazarette während d. Krieges.1932. (In: Veröffentlichungen a. d. Gebiete d. Heeres-Sanitätswesens. Heft 88).Germany: ; hospital
Wilson, Francesca M.In the margins of chaos; recollections of relief work in and between three wars.New York: 1945. 313 p.: personal narrative;
Wilson, R.M.Doctor's ProgressLondon, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1938.Autobiography of a doctor turned journalist. Wilson was “extracted” from medicine by Lord Northcliffe and became a British war correspondent in France. Initially turned down for active service because of a heart murmur he was later accepted into the R.A.M.C.Great Britain: personal narrative; doctor
Wilson-Simmie, Katherine M.Lights Out: A Canadian Nursing Sister's Tale .Belleville, Ont.:Mika Pub. Co., 1981. 168pp., illustrated.Memoir, 1914-1918, of a nurse stationed in France during the war.Canada: personal narrative; nurses
Winant, Cornelius.A Soldier's Manuscript. Boston: D.B.Updike: The Merrymount Press, 1929. 141 p.Memoir, June 1916-November 1918. Despite having a heart defect, Winant drove an ambulance for S.S.V. 3 of the A.F.S. in France and Salonika in 1916-17, joined the French 236th Field Artillery in January 1918, was captured by the Germans in June, and escaped to Holland in September. Very interesting account of the war from an unconventional perspective.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Winthrop Young, G.The Grace of ForgettingLondon, Country Life, 1953Writer and war correspondent, Young was moved by the plight of Ypres and joined the Friends Ambulance Unit, working both in Ypres and on the Italian Front: personal narrative; ambulance
Withington, Alfreda BosworthMine Eyes Have Seen; A Woman Doctor's Saga.New York: E.P. Dutton 1941. 311 p., illustrated.Autobiography, about 50 p. on World War I, when the author, a pioneering woman physician, served with the Red Cross in France and fought tuberculosis and cared for refugees.United States: personal narrative;
Witte. H.Die Trinkwasseruntersuchung im Felde. Anleitung- f. Oberapotheker u. einj.-freiw. Militärapotheker.(IV, 59 S.) B. 1917. J.Springer.Germany: ; medical service
Wolfangel, OttmarKriegsjahre zählen doppelt. Feldpost aus meinen Jahren beim Roten Kreuz [Feldpost aus den Jahren 1914-1918]Oberpfaffenhofen: Margit Gill; 2003. 180 p. P.O.D.Germany: personal narrative; hospital, Red Cross, Feldpost
Wolfrom, Marthe AmalbertGeneviève Hennet de GoutelParis, Gabriel Beauchene, 1926Geneviève Hennet de Goutel was a nurse on several battle fronts during WWI. She died following a febrile illness in Romania: personal narrative; nurses
Wood, Casey A.Carry onUnited States. Surgeon-General's Office: 1918United States: ;
Woodward, Houston.A Year for France : War Letters of Houston Woodward. New Haven: Yale Publishing Association , 1919. 196 p., illustrated.Letters, March 1914-March 1918. Woodward went to France in March 1917 as an ambulance driver in S.S.U. 13. Horrified by what he saw of the land war near Verdun. He transferred to the air service.United States: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Young, F.B.Marching on Tanga (With General Smuts in East Africa)London, Collins, 1917Francis Brett Young was medical officer to the 2nd Rhodesian Regiment: personal narrative;
Young, J.With the 52nd (Lowland) Division in Three Continents.Edinburgh, W. Green, 1920Memoir by the commanding officer of the 1/3rd Lowland Field Ambulance, originally published as a series of articles in the Edinburgh Medical Review and covering service at Gallipoli and in Egypt and Palestine: personal narrative; ambulance
Zahn-Harnack, A. v.Der Krieg und die Frauen1915Germany: ;
Zemanek, A.Der Dienst d. Krankenpflegers u. Blessiertenträgers sowie d. 1. Hilfe vor Ankunft d. Arztes in 80 Fragen u. Antw. dargest. 3. Aufl.(68 S.) W. 1916. M.Perles.Germany: ; medical service
Zenna Smith, H.“Not so Quiet…”. Stepdaughters of WarLondon, Albert E. Marriott, 1930An honest, unsentimental, savage record of a girl ambulance driver in France: personal narrative; ambulance driver
Zickler, A. [Vorw.]Anklage d. Gepeinigten! Geschichte e. Feldlazaretts. Aus d. Tagebüchern e. Sanitäts-Feldwebels (1914-1918)B. [1919]. Der Firn (31 S.)Germany: ; hospital
Zimmermann, A. v.Die Helferinnen vom Roten Kreuz.Berlin, 1914Germany: ; Red Cross
Zimmermann, A. v.Die Hilfsschwester vom Roten Kreuz.Berlin, 1915Germany: ; Red Cross
Zimmermann, K.Die Trains u. Sanitätstruppen des VIII.A.K. im Weltkriege. Bd 1.1936.Germany: ; medical service
The "second-seconds" in France: The story of the 2/2nd City of London Field AmbulanceLondon: Spottiswoode, Ballantine; 1920. 109 p.Great Britain: ; ambulance
Vor 20 Jahren. Dt. Arzttum im Weltkrieg. Erlebnisse u. Berichte. 2. Von d. Dardanellen z. Sues. Mit Marineärzten im Weltkrieg durch d. Türkei.1935.Germany: personal narrative; doctor
Anklage eines Gepeinigten. Geschichte eines Feldlazarettes. Aus den Tagebüchern eines Sanitäts-Feldwebels (1914-1918).Berlin, 1918Mit einem Nachwort von Artur Zickler, Redakteur am "Vorwärts" Germany: ; hospital
History of the Pennsylvania hospital unit (Base hospital no. 10 U.S.A.) in the Great WarNew York: Hoeber; 1921. 253 p.Hospital at Le Tréport, FranceUnited States: ; hospital
Im Lazarett. (Der alte Gott lebt noch. 6.)(16 S.) B. [1915]. Vaterl. Verl.- & Kunstanst.Germany: ; hospital
Kulturarbeit im Lazarett. Schriften-Sammlung, hrsg. v. d. Zentralstelle f. freiwill. Liebestätigkeit, Düsseldorf. Nr. 1—5.D., A.Bagel.Germany: ; hospital
Lazarett-Büchlein. Hrsg. v. evang. Preßverband f. Westfalen u. Lippe, Witten-Ruhr. 4. Aufl.Witten-Ruhr [1915]. Evang. Preßverband f. d. Prov. Westf. u. f. d. Fürstent. Lippe. (79 S.)Germany: ; hospital
Schlesische Lazarett-Zeitung. 1. Jg. 1916. 52 Nrn.(Gleiwitz,— Westpreuß. 3. Jg. 1918. 24 Nrn. Danzig, Hilfslazarett Hakelwerk.Germany: ; hospital
Unter d. Messern franz. Ärzte. (d. Bestie im Weltkriege. 3.)B. [1920]. Gersbach & S. (30 S.)Germany: ; hospital
Hamburgische Lazarett-Zeitung. Hrsg. v. Hamburg. Landesausschuß f. Kriegsbeschädigte.1916. 52 Nrn. H., Verlh. Broschek & Co.Germany: ; hospital, Hamburg
Bacillus verus. [Kriegszeitg. d.] Etappen-Seuchen-Lazaretts Logelbach i. Els. 2. Jg. August 1916-Juni 1917. 12 Nrn.St., Franckh.Germany: ; hospital, Logelbach im Elsass
Erinnerungen aus d. Vereinslazarett im Kaiserpalast zu Straßburg i. E. Gesamm. u. hrsg. durch M. Schuller, A. Meinert, G. Bronner, D. Freysz. (Umschl.: Kaiserpalast-Erinnerungen)Straßburg (Els.) 1918. D.Freysz. (75 S.)Germany: ; hospital, Straßburg
Die sanitäre Kriegsrüstung Deutschlands. 14 Vortr.(V. 266 S.) B. T15. B., L.Oehmigkes Verl.Germany: ; medical service
Exposition d’archives et documents de guerre du service de santé de la 18e région et d’œuvres d’artistes mobilisés au centre d’otorhino-laryngologie et de chirurgie maxillo-faciale. (Bordeaux, 12 avril au 1re juin 1919.) Catalogue illustré.Bordeaux, impr. Gounonilhou, 1919.France: ; medical service
Kriegssanitätsbericht über die Deutsche Marine. 1914-1918. Bd 1. Der Marinesanitätsdienst im Kriege.1939Germany: ; medical service
Service de santé. Dispositions diverses. Volume mis à jour au 1er juin 1921.Charles-Lavauzelle, 1921.France: ; medical service
Unsere Schwestern in d. Kriegszeit. (Der alte Gott lebt noch. 17.)B. [1915] Vaterl. Verl.- u. Kunstanstalt. (16 S.)Germany: ; medical service
Der bayer. Lazarettzug Nr. 2, welcher auf Befehl Sr. Maj. d. Königs Ludwig III. v. Bayern unter Mitwirkg. d. Dtsch. Museums ausgerüstet u. Sr. Maj. d. Dtsch. Kaiser zur Verfügung. gestellt wurde.München: 1915. Dtsch. Museum. (25 S.)Germany: ; medical service, hospitaltrain
Der Lazarettzug O3 "Großherzogin v. Hessen“. 3. Aufl.Darmstadt (1915]. Oberkonsistorium. (23 S.)Germany: ; medical service, hospitaltrain
Im Dienste des Vaterlandes und der leidenden Menschheit. Berichte unserer Schwestern aus d. Lazaretten u. Kriegsfürsorgeanstalten zur Zeit des WeltkriegesSteyl: Selbstverlag d. Missionschwestern, 1919. 399 S.Germany: personal narrative; nurses
Anima una. Les sœurs de la Charité pendant la guerre 1914-1918.Gand, impr. "Het Volk", 1920. Zusters van Liefde van Jezus en MariaBelgium: ; nurses
Unterm Roten Kreuz. Aus der Geschichte des Roten Kreuzes. Erlebnisse einer Kriegsschwester in Ungarn, Galizien u. Rußland. Zur Besuchsstunde im Kriegslazarett.(64 S.) D. 1916. C.Adlers Buchh. (Volumes 14-15 van Lieb Vaterland)Germany: personal narrative; nurses, Red Cross
Das rote Kreuz in Jena im Weltkriege 1914-1918, herausgegeben vom Ortsverein vom Roten Kreuz.JenaGermany: ; Red Cross
Die deutschen Aerzte im Weltkrieg, ihre Leistungen und Erfahrungen.Berlin, 1920Germany: ;
Kriegserlebnisse des deutschen Diakonissenhauses in Bukarest.In: Der Armen- und Krankenfreund, Januar/April 1917, S. 42-46Germany: ;

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