For those interested in a bit of medical history, especially military medical history, check out my recent article published in Hektoen International: A Journal of Medical Humanities. The story of the Royal Victoria Military Hospital spans more than 100 years, several wars, and … Continue reading
Posted in Miscellany, The Blind Caduceus, The Medical Life
Tagged A Study in Scarlet, Arthur Conan Doyle, Crimean War medical, D Day, Florence Nightingale, Military Medicine, Netley, Royal Victoria Country Park, Royal Victoria Military Hospital, RVMH, SHAEF, Wilfred Owen, WWI, wwii
The photos of people reading in London after WWII bombing blitz. Making the best of a bad situation. I wonder what books they are reading?