The London Hospital Gazette 1916
The London Hospital Gazette was produced throughout the war and contains stories and anecdotes from the frontline including some interesting sketches of battle plans and instructions on how to make a urinal out of items available to serving soldiers. Many of the letters and reports come from those serving with the R.A.M.C and detail the working conditions in medical hospitals on the frontline. The gazette also includes information about the running of the London Hospital in war time and it contains medical papers which map the impact the war had on medical advancement.
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Images Courtesy of Royal London Hospital Archives.