Wartime Nurse. One Hundred Years From The Crimea To Korea 1854-1954

Taylor Eric

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Cover Type: Hardcover
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: Fine
Publisher: Robert Hale
Publisher Place: London
Publisher Year: 2001
Edition: First Edition

Description: 221 pages. (The only mark is a small neat stamp to inside page). Ex-Library. Book and Jacket appear to have hardly been read and are both in Fine condition throughout.

Publishers Description: Wartime Nurse recounts the amazing exploits of nurses working in battle zones spanning wars from the Crimea to Koreayears when such nurses struggled for official recognition. Florence Nightingales nurses defied male prejudice and the conventions of the age by caring for soldiers in hospitals seething with cholera. Reports from the South African wars of 1899-1902 told of nurses calmly dressing wounds in a street while shells exploded around them. In the First World War, over 10,000 nurses and 23,000 women of Voluntary Aid Detachments served not only in France but world-wide, from the ice-bound port of Archangel to the oven-like heat of Mesopotamia.

ISBN: 9780709067771

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