Medicine, Donating Blood, Female Blood Donors Are Examined, German Stock Photo, Royalty Free Image: 58394823 - Alamy
World War II , Nazi Germany, German Nurses in front of a Cafe about 1940
Nurse in the interior of a railway carriage, most likely in the WWII era (please check source)
“Rote Kreuz,” otherwise known as the DRK. This was the major German nursing organization during WWII. The DRK’s origins lay in Germany’s colonial empire, but the National Socialist Party sought to control it in 1933, and it was officially under control of the Nazi Party by 1938.
Propaganda - Illustrated Magazine November 1942, 20 pages: the German Red Cross, German ReichK sister Wound Badge and Iron Cross, with list of the fallen German ReichK people, good Gebrauserhaltung.
2. Weltkrieg, Hindenburg-Lazarett in Berlin Zehlendorf: DRK-Schwester und DRK-Schwesternhelferin legen einem Patienten einen neuen Verband an. September 1942
DRK-Schwester in der Bunker-Kinderpflege, 1940er (Hans-Michael Tappen)