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Brittain, Vera, 1893-1970

LC control no.n 81018727
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6003.R385
Personal name headingBrittain, Vera, 1893-1970
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Variant(s)Catlin, Vera Mary Brittain, 1893-1970
Brittain, Vera Mary, 1893-1970
Associated placeOxford (England) Buxton (Derbyshire, England) London (England) France Malta
Birth date1893-12-29
Death date1970-03-29
Place of birthNewcastle-under-Lyme (England)
Place of deathWimbledon (London, England)
Field of activityNursing
AffiliationSomerville College (University of Oxford)
Devonshire Royal Hospital (Buxton, Derbyshire, England)
Profession or occupationNurses Pacifists
Found inHer Verses of a V.A.D. ... 1918.
Wood, Joyce Ann. Vera Brittain and the VAD experience, c2000: t.p. (Vera Brittain) p. 51 (b. 29 Dec. 1893) p. 266 (d. 1970) p. 58 (m. George Catlin, 27 June 1925)
OCLC, Dec. 28, 2016 (hdg.: Brittain, Vera Mary, 1893-1970; usage: Vera Brittain)
Wikipedia, February 10, 2022 (Vera Mary Brittain; born December 29, 1893 in Newcastle-under-Lyme, died March 29, 1970 in Wimbledon, London; English Voluntary Aid Detachment nurse, writer, feminist, socialist, and pacifist; Educated at Somerville College, Oxford; worked as a Voluntary Aid Detachment nurse for much of the First World War, at the Devonshire hospital in Buxton and later in London, Malta, and France; she lost her fianceĢ, two friends, and her brother in the war; practical pacifist during the Second World War)
Associated languageeng