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Nursing in World War One was exhausting, often dangerous work and the women who volunteered experienced the horror of war firsthand, some paying the ultimate price. But their story is surrounded by myth and their full contribution often goes unrecognised, writes Shirley Williams. In his much-admired book published in , The Great War and Modern Memory, the American literary critic and historian, Paul Fussell, wrote about the pervasive myths and legends of WW1, so powerful they became indistinguishable from fact in many minds. Surprisingly, Fussell hardly mentioned nurses. There is no reference to Edith Cavell, let alone Florence Nightingale. Yet the myth of the gentle young nurse, often a voluntary and untrained VAD Voluntary Aid Detachment , in her starched and spotless white uniform, was universally admired.
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Although homosexual acts among men had traditionally been a criminal offense throughout much of Germany, lesbianism homosexual acts among women was not criminalized. This was true in large part because of the subordinate role of women in German state and society. Unlike male homosexuals, lesbians were not generally regarded as a social or political threat. Paragraph did not apply to women.
These jail mugshots, seen for the first time in colour, are of the women who helped run Bergen-Belsen, the German concentration camp where 50, perished during the Second World War. These jail mugshots, seen for the first time in colour, are of the women who helped run Bergen-Belsen , the German concentration camp where 50, perished during the Second World War. You can see defeat in their eyes. Separate images, showing the moment soldiers torched the camp, were taken by army chaplain Charles Parsons and coloured by his great grandson, Tom Marshall. Staring down the camera, one-time saleswoman Ehlert was deputy wardress at Bergen-Belsen after being conscripted into the SS, and had previously worked at Ravensbruck and Auschwitz concentration camps.