Title; Contents; Foreword; Chapter I -- The Arrival of the Boy; Chapter II -- The Arrival of the Girl; Chapter III -- The Decision of Doctor Gys; Chapter IV -- The Hospital Ship; Chapter V -- Nearing the Fray; Chapter VI -- Little Maurie; Chapter VII -- On the Firing Line; Chapter VIII -- The Coward; Chapter IX -- Courage, or Philosophy?; Chapter X -- The War's Victims; Chapter XI -- Patsy is Defiant; Chapter XII -- The Other Side; Chapter XIII -- Tardy Justice; Chapter XIV -- Found at Last; Chapter XV -- Dr. Gys Surprises Himself; Chapter XVI -- Clarette; Chapter XVII -- Perplexing Problems.
Chapter XVIII -- A Question of LoyaltyChapter XIX -- The Capture; Chapter XX -- The Dunes.
The ""Aunt Jane's Nieces"" series was a wildly popular juvenile fiction collection written by L. Frank Baum, the author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, using the feminine pen name ""Edith Van Dyne."" This book, the last in the series, has the girls tending to wounded soldiers in the early battles of World War I.