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Marion Walker gives an account of her life as a nurse in Rhodesia known as Zimbabwe since 1980.She describes the early days of the War of Independence 1972 through to 1981 which saw the handing over the country from the colonial regime to the Mugabe administration. The bravery of the indigenous people who carried on living through impossible situations that took all their ingenuity and strength of character to survive the combat at all was admirable. After qualifying as a midwife she went back to general nursing into ‘Accident and Emergency’ doing her bit for Queen and Country. Circumstances caused the family to immigrate to England. After nine interesting years of N.H.S midwifery hospital experience she obtained the job of her dreams in another war zone of sorts.