Yes shirley millards work as a volunteer wartime nurse was bloody indeed but as atwood points out her story is filled with inspiring moments and characters in addition to her own steady heroism under intense pressures including bombings of her field hospital this wartime diary based book was written in the looming shadow of wwii motivated by millards fears for her son as a likely . I saw them die diary and recollections of shirley millard shirley millard elizabeth townsend gard isbn 9781610270236 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Millard stumbled upon her war diary 15 years after the armistice and immediately decided to have it published after implementing it with additional detail her writing had only improved within that time frame and she had apparently forgotten little as all that she relates in the recollection sections seems so startlingly immediate that it brings one as through a time machine face to face with all the mangled horror that was the great war. Shirley millard is throughout a willing reporter of her fascinating perspective on war youth loss and love and always slapdash surgery and gallows camaraderie inside a mash unit before there was mash and before antibiotics it is painfully clear but she is also an unwitting reporter of so much more the modern reader sees truths and wrongs that shirley fails to experience herself
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