The Story of Rania MacPhillamy

Book - 2007
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The beautiful and accomplished daughter of a wealthy squatter, Rania MacPhillamy left Australia in 1915 to work in a Cairo hospital treating the wounded from Gallipoli. After the death of her soldier sweetheart she stayed on in Egypt and together with an older woman, Alice Chisholm, she set up a series of canteens for the men of the Light Horse. '...laced with excerpts from letters, diaries, journals and official papers, but is not overwhelmed by its research. It is always human and colourful.' - SAM (Sydney Alumni Magazine)
Publisher: Charnwood, A.C.T. : Ginninderra Press, 2007.
ISBN: 9781740274234
Branch Call Number: B 610.73 HOR


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