An English Woman-Sergeant in the Serbian Army

TitleAn English Woman-Sergeant in the Serbian Army
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1916
AuthorsSandes, Flora
Number of Pages242
PublisherHodder and Stoughton
CityLondon
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Flora Sandes (1876-1958) was the first and only British woman to serve as a soldier in World War I. She first volunteered as an ambulance driver, eventually made her way to the Kingdom of Serbia, and there enrolled as a soldier. She ultimately earned seven medals and the rank of Captain. Her autobiography detailing her extraordinary, pioneering experiences is a must-read for anyone studying gendered experiences in World War I.

URLhttps://archive.org/details/englishwomanserg00sanduoft
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