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Hospital at Scutari, detail of Florence Nightingal Mouse Pad

Hospital at Scutari, detail of Florence Nightingal Mouse Pad

"Hospital At Scutari" Detail Of Florence Nightingale on the ward by William "Crimea"Simpson

Harry Everett Townsend - Infantryman

1914-1918 : una aproximación a la literatura de la Gran Guerra (1)

In the sunset of his years, I remember my father lamenting, “World War II sacrifices are being forgotten.

Crimean War veteran Sergeant Major Edwards, Scots Fusilier Guards. © IWM (Q 71633)

Sergeant Major Edwards of the Scots Fusilier Guards on his return from the Crimean War

Crimean War veterans who were visited by Queen Victoria in 1858

History repeats itself: Lest we forget the war veterans who suffer life-changing injuries

Crimean War casualties with amputated legs who were seen by HM Queen Victoria when she visited Chatham Hospital. Left to right - William Young, Henry Burland and John Connery. John Connery is holding his artificial leg.

Captain Walker, 30th Regiment, during the Crimean War.

Captain Walker, Regiment, Crimean war by Roger Fenton