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Disease, conflict and nursing in the British Empire, 1880–1914
Angharad Fletcher

professional life to the instigation and expansion of nursing infrastructures in New South Wales and her ‘frontier experiences’, her links to the ‘old country’ and her military experiences (particularly at Gallipoli), allow her to be easily assimilated within the early formation of notions surrounding Australian nationalism. More specifically, her encounters have rendered her an integral part of the feminised reshaping of the Anzac Legend, the controversial and evolving cultural concept founded partially upon the apparent personal qualities of the romanticised Antipodean

in Colonial caring