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Eileen Crofton studied medicine at Somerville College, Oxford. She joined the Royal Medical Corps in 1944 and was posted to County Down where she met her husband. She was appointed county medical officer of the Midlothian branch of the British Red Cross Society in 1963, later being awarded life membership for exceptional service. In 1971 she helped to establish Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) and was awarded an MBE on her retirement from ASH Scotland. She died in 2010.

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Angels of Mercy Nurses on the Western Front by Eileen Crofton
Angels of Mercy Nurses on the Western Front
Eileen Crofton
July 2013 Non-Fiction Book of the Month. This is the little-known story of the gritty and free-spirited women who in 1914 put aside their fight for the vote to set up a...
Format: Paperback - Released: 04/07/2013

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