Elsie Inglis: Founder of Battlefield Hospitals Run Entirely by Women

National Museums of Scotland, 1998 - 94 páginas
Edinburgh's foremost woman doctor at the outbreak of WWI, Elsie Inglis became the brains and energy behind the founding, funding, negotiating and war-strained logistics of an international emergency organisation which brought medical care to tens of thousands across the front lines of Europe. From Belgium to Serbia, this inspirational, hands-on leader provided mobile hospitals where they were most needed and where the odds were the toughest.
Leah Leneman gives a warm account of a remarkable woman's public and personal experience.

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Leah Leneman is Research Fellow in Economic and Social History at Edinburgh University.

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