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The women who ran a WW1 military hospital

May 31, 2020 - BBC

Flora Murray was in charge of the hospital which treated thousands of soldiers "We have been gloriously happy."

The inscription on Flora Murray's gravestone at Penn in Buckinghamshire - a long way from her native Dumfriesshire - gives little hint of what she lived through.

Along with partner Louisa Garrett-Anderson she overcame enormous obstacles in order to be allowed to treat soldiers during World War One.

The story of their Endell Street hospital in London - staffed alm...