Experiences of a Woman Doctor in Serbia

TitleExperiences of a Woman Doctor in Serbia
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1916
AuthorsMatthews, Caroline Twigge
Number of Pages246
PublisherMills & Boon

A graduate of the Edinburgh School of Medicine for Women, Dr. Caroline Matthews was an independent physician with the Serbian Army Field Unit of the Red Cross before and during World War I. During her medical tours she saved the lives of soldiers and civilians before she was arrested on suspicion of spying by occupying forces in 1915. Her 1916 memoir recounts her experiences as a woman doctor, including her capture and then rescue by British allies. 

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