QARANC

QARANC online book

The Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps has served the nursing and medical needs of the British army, their allies, prisoners of war and local civilians since 1854.

Though they were then known as the Army Nursing Service and then the Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service before becoming QA’s and forming the corps of QARANC in 1949.

This Book is an online place for for those who served in the QARANC to be remembered.

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