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They were dirty; there was a shortage of practically every amenity that they would need to run an efficient unit.There were no lifts; water had to be carried to where it was needed.On this occasion, Ailsa’s home address was in Reigate, Surrey.

Perhaps the most challenging time at Salonika was in the summer of 1916.The hospital was situated near the front line and nursed 10,861 patients, many with serious injuries.The fact that the death rate among the mainly French servicemen was 1.82% is a testimony to the skill, endless compassion and boundless energy shown by the women.The hospital endured around 8 deaths per week, however most of the other hospitals in Salonika were reporting huge causalities.In August the fighting began as the Serbian and French began pushing the Bulgarians back.