Civil War medicine: care & comfort of the wounded

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Sterling Pub., Oct 1, 1994 - History - 400 pages
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Explores the history of medical treatment during the Civil War. Firsthand, day-by-day accounts drawn from letters, journals, reports and diaries, accompanied by background and historical information, bring to life the courageous struggle on both sides of the conflict to save lives in spite of unsanitary conditions and lack of supplies.

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Civil War medicine: care & comfort of the wounded

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Denney, author of The Civil War Years: A Day-by-Day Chronicle of the Life of a Nation (Sterling, 1992), presents a similar overview of the war's medical history. A brief prolog and epilog complement a ... Read full review

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This is another book that I wanted to love but, sadly, it fell flat. Perhaps it is because I came in expecting an account of how medicine changed over the course of the Civil War. This book is ... Read full review


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