These are the unsung female heroes of the First World War. They are the names we should never forget.
The ANZAC legend largely focuses on the bravery of the soldiers on the front line, the men who risked life and limb, and the thousands that died at Gallipoli in 1915. But there were also many women who made enormous contributions to our battle in the First World War.
Here are just some of the remarkable, courageous and inspirational women who should be remembered for that contribution today, and every day.
(11 March 1887 – 4 December 1985)
Australian nurse Pearl Elizabeth Corkhill earned a prestigious Military Medal for her bravery as she tended to injured patients during a heavy air raid by German forces. She was serving at a casualty clearing station not far from the front line in Abbeville, France when it came under attack on 23 August, 1918.