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Mary Morris (nee Mulry) was born in County Galway in 1921. After completing her nursing training in London from 1939, she joined the Queen Alexandra Imperial Nursing Service Reserve in 1944. She married Captain Malcolm Morris in London in 1946, and they settled in Britain after the war. Mary later returned to nursing and never stopped writing. She died in 1997, and is survived by four children and eight grandchildren. Carol Acton is Associate Professor of English, St Jerome's University at the University of Waterloo, Ontario specialising in war writing, especially autobiographical works. She discovered Mary's diaries in the Imperial War Museum archives.

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A Very Private Diary A Nurse in Wartime by Mary Morris
A Very Private Diary A Nurse in Wartime
Mary Morris
You can read any number of memoirs by nurses following in the footsteps of Jennifer Worth but this one I really recommend, a compelling diary of a nursing career undertaken during and after World War Two. Her diary is almost...
Format: Paperback - Released: 29/01/2015
A Very Private Diary A Nurse in Wartime by Mary Morris
A Very Private Diary A Nurse in Wartime
Mary Morris
You can read any number of memoirs by nurses following in the footsteps of Jennifer Worth but this one I really recommend, a compelling diary of a nursing career undertaken during and after World War Two. Her diary is almost...
Format: Hardback - Released: 01/01/1970

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