I think the women in the top photo are a mixed bunch. The ordinary nurses in the work suits are probably all Flemings. The two women at the front have Führerinnen
pips on their collars so they are most likely German. There seems to have been no general usage of the Flanders arm patch with the walking lion amongst the girls. Sometimes you see it in photos, often it's missing. If worn some wear it on the left arm, others on the right.
The top photo is from a set showing male and female Flemish volunteers leaving from Antwerp for the Eastern front. The set is not dated but there are other pictures of the haggard woman with the SS insignium that are from the first half of 1944.
Here's another one better showing her sleeve eagle:
Flemish Nurses (Cegesoma Image No. 18547).jpg
Two more showing her face and uniform
Flemish Nurses (Cegesoma Image No. 18476).jpg
Flemish Nurses (Cegesoma Image No. 18492).jpg
People interested in the subject should got to http://pallas.cegesoma.be/pls/opac/plsp ... l/opac.htm
Go to the 'Search in:' box and tick off 'Photo Library'.
Then enter subjects like:
volontaires de la Croix-Rouge
Deutsches Rotes Kreuz
and have a nice evening.
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