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  • Author:
    Mary Joyce Baxter
  • ISBN:
    1848761929
  • ISBN13:
    978-1848761926
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  • Publisher:
    Matador (December 7, 2009)
  • Pages:
    342 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Nursing
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The Past Recaptured book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Past Recaptured: A Nurse In The Fifties And After. by. Mary Joyce Baxter. Nurse training in the fifties, with very little pay, is difficult to envisage in our modern society. This book describes the difficulties involved in being accepted for training and the obstacles that had to be overcome to achieve her ambition. Although in many ways, the restrictions o When World War Two ended, Mary decided that her life was not going anywhere. Perhaps because of this, there was a comradeship among the nurses, who were always ready to give help and support.

A Nurse in the Fifties and After. This autobiography describes the difficulties Mary Joyce Baxter experienced in being accepted for nursing training and the obstacles that had to be overcome to achieve her ambition. by Mary Joyce Baxter.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. When World War Two ended, Mary decided that her life was not going anywhere. Longing to get away from the restrictions of a home in the Midlands, she decided to train as a nurse. Although in many ways, the restrictions of the nurses' home were little different to those she had left, she overcame the problems, made many friends and realised she had made the right choice.

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Select Format: Hardcover. Release Date:January 1959. Publisher:Modern Library.

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Author : Mary Joyce Baxter. This inspiring autobiography follows the life of Mary Joyce Baxter, who left home in the 1950's to become a nurse. R. 8,900 on ( Rs. s may apply Shipping Charges).

Author: Baxter, Mary Joyce. Publication Date:2009-12-07 This inspiring autobiography follows the life of Mary Joyce Baxter, who left. Publication Date:2009-12-07. ISBN-13:9781848761926. Number of Pages:342 Pages. Books Dimensions:234 x 157 x 26 mm. Format of ebooks: PDF(Acrobat Reader) or Word version doc Document. Brief introduction of ebooks. The Past Recaptured A Nurse in the Fifties and After. Full Text Information.

Mary Ann Baxter (1801 – 19 December 1884) was a noted philanthropist in the Scottish city of Dundee. Mary Ann Baxter was the daughter of William Baxter, founder of the Baxter Brothers And Co. Ltd. textile business

Mary Ann Baxter (1801 – 19 December 1884) was a noted philanthropist in the Scottish city of Dundee. textile business. She outlived all of her siblings, her brothers Edward (general merchant), Sir David Baxter, 1st Baronet, John, and William (who worked in their father's textile business), and her sister Eleanor.

This autobiography describes the difficulties Mary Joyce Baxter experienced in being accepted for nursing training and the obstacles that had to be overcome to achieve her ambition.