Camden women go to war
In 1943 is was not common for young Camden women to go off to war. One way was to join the Australian Army Medical Women's Service (AAMWS), as did a number of young Camden women. One woman who did this was Jacqueline Crookston, daughter of Camden surgeon, Dr Robert Crookston OBE. She is pictured here at an Australia Field Hospital in New Guinea as part of AAMWS in December 1943.
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