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" ... properly be said that the medical and hospital arrangements have broken down. There has been nothing in the nature of a scandal with regard to the care of the sick and wounded ; no general or widespread neglect of patients, or indifference to their... "
Sessional Papers - Página 71
por Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1901
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen143

Edmund Burke - 1902
...neglect of patients, or indifference to their suffering. And all witnesses of experience in other wars are practically unanimous in the view that, taking...been so well looked after as they have been in this." With reference to this report, in the debate on the Address (Feb. 15) Sir Walter Foster (Ilkeston,...
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Annual Register

1902
...neglect of patients, or indifference to their suffering. And all witnesses of experience in other wars are practically unanimous in the view that, taking...been so well looked after as they have been in this." With reference to this report, in the debate on the Address (Feb. 15) Sir Walter Foster (Ilkeston,...
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Journal of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence ..., Volumen45,Parte1

Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies - 1901
...neglect of patient*, or indifference to their suffering. And all witnesses of experience in other wars are practically unanimous in the view that, taking...been so well looked after as they have been in this." FBANCE.— Various decrees, dated 28th December, 1900, fix as follows the organisation of the Colonial...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen169

1901
...neglect of patients, or indifference to their suffering. And all witnesses of experience in other wars are practically unanimous in the view that, taking...been so well looked after as they have been in this." And where and why have the arrangements for the care of the sick and wounded not been all that could...
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The Indian Medical Gazette, Volumen36

1901
...Medical Service from the aspersions which were cast upon it by Mr. Burdett Coutts and others. It found that "taking it all in all, in no campaign have the sick and wounded been so well looked after as in this." At the same time errors of administration and hardships arising from the exigencies of military...
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The Annual Register, Volumen143

Edmund Burke - 1902
...neglect of patients, or indifference to their suffering. And all witnesses of experience in other wars are practically unanimous in the view that, taking...been so well looked after as they have been in this." With reference to this report, in the debate on the Address (Feb. 15) Sir Walter Foster (Ilkeston,...
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The Twentieth Century, Volumen49

1901
...neglect of patients, no indifference to their suffering. And all witnesses of experience in other wars are practically unanimous in the view that, taking...been so well looked after as they have been in this. The more detailed analysis of the evidence makes it clear that the strain thrown upon the Army medical...
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Disease and Empire: The Health of European Troops in the Conquest of Africa

Philip D. Curtin, Philip DeArmond Curtin - 1998 - 256 páginas
...that: all witnesses of experience in other wars are practically unanimous in the view that, taking all in all, in no campaign have the sick and wounded been so well looked after as they have been in this.17 The Lancet and the British Medical Journal applauded the Commission's findings, while Burdett-Coutts...
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The Politician's Handbook

1901
...neglect of patients, or indifference to their suffering. And all witnesses of experience in other wars are practically unanimous in the view that, taking...been so well looked after as they have been in this. War Despatches Publication of [Cd. 155] . — Lord Lansdowne, Secretary of State for War, telegraphed...
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The Medical News, Volumen78

1901
...patients or indifference to their sufferings. All the witnesses of experience in other wars were unanimous that, taking it all in all, in no campaign have the sick and wounded been so well looked after as in this. But the Royal Army Medical Corps was deficient, defective in organization and training and...
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