First full-length book about the life and work of Alfred Swaine Taylor
Lively real-life case histories taken from contemporary diaries, letters, journals and medical case notes.
Nurses of Passchendaele faithfully recounts the experiences of nurses working behind the Ypres Salient in one of the most intense and prolonged casualty evacuation processes in the history of modern warfare.
Re-assesses the evidence for Julius Caesar's alleged epilepsy and examines how Caesar's medical episodes affected his actions at critical junctures.
Contrasts pre-war rural life in Britain with the WWI home front
Easily accessible to readers new to the Victorian era, and to the history of medicine