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Crimean War 1853 - 1856

  • Angels and Orderlies - Male and female staff who served in the Military Hospitals in the East during the Crimean War.

  • From Quackery to Bacteriology, Document 9 - Modern nursing began in northern Europe in the early 19th century with the Protestant Deaconess Movement.

  • Mary Jane Seacole was a Jamaican nurse and a heroine of the Crimean War.

  • Military Nursing -

  • The Crimean War - Almost at once, the British conscience was dismayed by published graphic reports of the disgraceful conditions suffered by the sick and wounded British soldiers.

  • The Story of the QARNNS - In 1854, during the Crimean War Mrs Eliza Mackenzie led a party of six experienced nurses to the Navy's base hospital at Therapia, near Constantinople. These ladies pioneered ultimately for the Naval Nursing Officers. 

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