Pearl Harbor: The Stories of Nurses Who Were There

By: American Nurse Today

You don’t often hear the stories of nurses who were present at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 during the Japanese attack. The daughter of one of those nurses is trying to change that. Winnie Woll’s mother, Teresa Stauffer Foster, was one of several nurses on the base that day, and now Winnie gives lectures to remind us of the sacrifices those nurses made and how they led the way for so many of today’s nurses.

Click here to read more about Foster’s and other nurses’ experiences on December 7, 1941 and how Woll is sharing their stories today.

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