The stories of people from Derby and beyond who survived the Spanish flu pandemic 100 years ago will be told at a special event at the city’s museum and art gallery next Thursday (31 May).
The RCN’s latest exhibition marks 100 years since the Spanish flu pandemic, the deadliest in modern history.
The first-hand experiences of wartime nurses are being brought to life by the Royal College of Nursing.
First World War nurse Edith Munro has been recognised for her bravery at a special commemoration service in East London. Senior Officer Steve Godecharle represented the Royal College of Nursing at the stone setting ceremony which remembered the courage shown by so many nurses in the conflict a century ago.
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