ARMY LIFE

Royal Army Medical Corps

1900 al 012a

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PART II. TRAINING IN THE VARIOUS BRANCHES OF THE SERVICE

Royal Army Medical Corps

The care of wounded or sick soldiers is one of the finest features of "Army Life." The Hospitals are perfect in their arrangements, and any man reporting himself "sick" receives immediate and careful
treatment. The Army Nurses or Sisters are devoted to their work, and many soldiers have cause to be thankful for their kind and unremitting attention.

The duties of the Royal Army Medical Corps comprise not. only attention to the sick and wounded, but to the sanitary requirements of the Army, both in Camp and Barracks.

The work in the Field is illustrated by the following examples of Searching for Wounded, Administering "First Aid," and Collecting the Wounded at a " Dressing;" Station.

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PAU 1900-AL

ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS

THE noble work of our soldier doctors is here illustrated in exactly the same manners as it is carried out on a battlefield. A detachment is shown starting out in search for the wounded, and they spread themselves out over the whole field. On finding the wounded men, they proceed to render first aid by binding up their wounds, and, with the help of a stretcher party, carry them to the dressing station, which consists of a number of tents flying the red cross flag. Here the wounded are brought in wagons, and carefully removed and laid out in front of the tents, waiting the inspection of the doctors. The whole film is full of life and pathos.

PAU 1903-06

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1 Paul  
2 Robert W. Paul

3 ≤ 18/09/1900 100 ft
4 Grande-Bretagne  

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03/11/1900 Grande-BretagneNorwich Walter R. Booth Royal Army Medical Corps

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