Wellington's Surgeon General, Sir James McGrigor
Forfatteren anvender grundlæggeren af The Royal Army Medical Corps, Sir James McGrigors beskrivelser af Englands krig mod Frankrig i perioden 1793 til 1815. Han fulgte den engelske hær helt til Afrika, men det var i hans tid under Arthur Wellesley(Wellington) i Spanien at han fik lov at udvikle felthospitalets hygiejne, sygdomshelbredende, og organisatoriske virke.
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