World War I Hospitals

Anglo French-American Homeopathic Hospital, Neuilly-sur-Seine, 1915-16

American Homeopathy in the World War by Frederick M. Dearborn, A.B., M.D. We are grateful to Sylvain Cazalet for this link to his homeopathic site. This article is an account of how American Homeopathy sent three military hospitals to France. The hospitals were fully equipped and included medical, surgical, nursing and radiolological teams.

Quex Park Auxiliary Hospital, Kent, UK, 1914 to 1919.

Extracts from the Gazette of The 3rd. London General Hospital at Wandsworth, London SW. The hospital produced a monthly Gazette and contributions from patients and staff reached a very high standard.

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