Posthumously published letters and memoirs of Sarah Macnaughtan, novelist and suffragette, who served as a volunteer nurse from 1914 on the Western Front, later in Russian and Persia. She fell ill in the course of her work and died returning to England from Tehran in 1916.
PREFACE: p. ix
ANTWERP: p. 1
WITH DR. HECTOR MUNRO’S FLYING AMBULANCE CORPS: p. 24
AT FURNES RAILWAY-STATION: p. 60
WORKING UNDER DIFFICULTIES: p. 85
THE SPRING OFFENSIVE: p. 111
LAST DAYS IN FLANDERS: p. 135
HOW THE MESSAGE WAS DELIVERED: p. 159
RUSSIA AND THE PERSIAN FRONT
PETROGRAD: p. 179
WAITING FOR WORK: p. 204
SOME IMPRESSIONS OF TIFLIS AND ARMENIA: p. 219
ON THE PERSIAN FRONT: p. 237
THE LAST JOURNEY: p. 258
CONCLUSION: p. 272
INDEX: p. 258
London, John Murray, 1919.
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