A V.A.D. in France.
Publisher: Grant Richards Ltd., London;
Date of Publication: 1917
Stock Code: 7862
FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp. 348, . 15 plates including frontispiece sketch “Winter Quarters: The Temporary Home of a Medical Officer”, by R. M. Savage and others. Publishers’ grey cloth with pictorial upper board by John Hassall, and black titles to spine. Cover cloth lightly rubbed to edge, with slightly bruised corners. Bold ownership inscription from year of publication to ffep in ink; a little scattered foxing, mainly to edge of text-block. A Very Good copy.
Olive Dent was a schoolteacher who joined the Volunteer Aid Detachment during the Great War, she served as a nurse on the Western Front for two years. This first-hand account of her wartime experiences is a rare example of a women’s perspective on the war and gives an insight into conditions in a tented hospital in Northern France. Scarce, especially in this condition.
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