6 edition of Doctors in the Great War found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-297) and index.
|Statement||Ian R. Whitehead.|
|LC Classifications||D629.G7 W49 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 309 p. :|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||00363881|
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This book examines the role of the doctor in war, with reference to the Western front It examines the system that was developed for recruiting medical officers, highlighting the tensions between civil and military needs, and the BMA's determination to protect the interests of the by: In A Doctor in the Great War, author Andrew Davidson—the grandson of Fred—depicts the everyday lives of soldiers, both on and off duty: from the parade ground at Glasgow’s Maryhill to the brothels of Armentieres, from the band of brothers who dubbed themselves “Old Contemptibles” to the original folding Kodak and Ansco cameras they /5(5).
A Doctor in The Great War book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Featuring previously unknown photographs, this is the /5. Doctors in the Great War. Linda Bryder, the text is complemented by 20 photographs reproduced from collections held at the Imperial War Museum.
The book opens with a discussion of military medical services from the time of the Crimean war until the first world war (), specifically the efforts by the British Medical Association to Author: Linda Bryder. DOCTORS IN THE GREAT WAR quantity.
Add to basket. Description. This book examines the role of the doctor in war, with reference to the Western front It examines the system that was developed for recruiting medical officers, highlighting the tensions between civil and military needs, and the BMA’s determination to protect the.
Get this from a library. Doctors in the Great War. [Ian R Whitehead] -- This book examines the role of the doctor in war, with reference to the Western front, It examines the system that was developed for recruiting medical officers, highlighting the tensions.
Ian R Whitehead Leo Cooper, £25, pp ISBN 0 4 Rating:![Graphic]![Graphic]![Graphic] Many books have been written about the first world war, but few have addressed medical experiences.
Ian Whitehead, a lecturer in modern British history, wrote his PhD thesis on medical officers and the British army during the first world war, which forms the basis of this : Linda Bryder.
Today I work for Public Health, so was particularly keen to read this book. I was pleased to review and verify the facts of the story of the Doctors in the Great War.
It is a book that has an easy-to-read style with sufficient detail to explain the various stages in the medical services during the war. This book examines the role of the doctor in war, with reference to the Western front It examines the system that was developed for recruiting medical officers, highlighting the tensions between civil and military needs, and the BMA’s determination to protect the interests of the : £ In A Doctor in the Great War, author Andrew Davidson—the grandson of Fred—depicts the everyday lives of soldiers, both on and off duty: from the parade ground at Glasgow’s Maryhill to the brothels of Armentieres, from the band of brothers who dubbed themselves “Old Contemptibles” to the original folding Kodak and Ansco cameras they Released on: Octo Doctors in the Great War brings to light the thoughts and motivations of doctors who served inby drawing on a wealth of personal experience documentation, as well as official military sources and the medical press.
The author examines the impact of the War. Get this from a library. Doctors in the Great War. [Ian R Whitehead] -- Doctors played a bigger role in the First World War than in any other previous conflict.
This reflected not only the War's unprecedented scale but a growing recognition of the need for proper medical. Though he took them illegally, more than of the photographs shot by Davidson and his fellow officers survived and are now shared for the first time in this harrowing, eye-catching, and poignant narrative of the Great War.
In A Doctor in the Great War, author Andrew Davidson—the grandson of Fred—depicts the everyday lives of soldiers. It's quite good. Another book about medicine in WWII is "Combat Surgeon" - by William McDermott.
Haven't had a chance to look at this one yet - but the reviews thus far look good. I'm always in the market for WWII books on doctors, nurses and.
Strangely, historians have largely neglected the work of doctors during the War. Doctors in the Great War brings to light the thoughts and motivations of doctors who served inby drawing on a wealth of personal experience documentation, as well as official military sources and the medical : £ Read "A Doctor in The Great War Unseen Photographs of Life in the Trenches" by Andrew Davidson available from Rakuten Kobo.
Featuring previously unknown photographs, this is the extraordinary true story of a young doctor whose photos left b Brand: Atria Books/Marble Arch Press. Mammas IN, Spandidos DA. George N. Papanicolaou (): Fifty years after the death of a great doctor, scientist and humanitarian.
notably in the Crimean War—and and 18 books, Dr. Two books describe how American doctors became connected to troubling events during World War II that raised thorny moral issues around medicine and war.
Nolan’s grandfather, the doctor James Nolan, was an early recruit to the medical team at Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project. “ In a stunning tour-de-force, Marge Piercy has woven a tapestry of World War II, of six women and four men, who fought and died, worked and worried, and moved through the dizzying days of the war.
” The Great Fortune by Olivia Manning “ Guy and Harriet Pringle, newly married, arrive in Bucharest in the autumn of The city they find. The Great War was the first story in the audio anthology Dark Eyes, produced by Big Finish was written by Nicholas Briggs and featured Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor and introduced Ruth Bradley as the new companion Molly O'Sullivan.
This was the first story to advance the Eighth Doctor's tale forwards following 's To the cover and that of the box set. The first Australian woman doctor to head to the war in Belgium was Dr Laura Forster. On the last day of Augustshe wrote to her sister in Sydney, “I hope to start for the front this week”.
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The Great War | Article Diary of a War Nurse Helen Dore Boylston served in France with a medical team that treated more casualties than any other group of American doctors and nurses during the. Fred recorded life in trenches after being dispatched with first draft of the Great War [Fred's War - A Doctor in The Trenches] Andrew's research took.
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