'Some Job!' The Private Diary of World War II Combat Nurse Beulah Johns

Title'Some Job!' The Private Diary of World War II Combat Nurse Beulah Johns
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsHeflin, Tanya
JournalWomen's History
Volume2
Issue8
Start Page30
Pagination30-35
Date Published2017
Abstract

This article discusses the contents of the private diary of World War II U.S. Combat Nurse, Beulah Johns, and discusses its social significance from the point of view of a documentation of women's history. Topics include the scarcity of original historical records on the war, especially from a women's point of view, as well as the lived day-to-day experience of military service for women.

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Short TitleWomen's History (2059-0156)
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