Endell Street: The Trailblazing Women who Ran World War One's Most Remarkable Military Hospital Author Wendy Moore

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Wendy Moore's Endell Street was BBC Radio 4 'Book of the Week' in June 2020.  It tells the story of Flora Murray and Louisa Garnett Anderson who were asked by the War Ministry to establish a new military hospital.  They used their medical and organisational skills to set up a 573 bed hospital. It was staffed with female surgeons, doctors and nurses, who developed new techniques to deal with the horrific mortar and gas injuries suffered by British soldiers.

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Join Wendy Moore on the 7th August, as she talks about Endell Street; World War One's most remarkable military hospital and the remarkable women who ran it. Full event details can  be found on the National Army Museum's What's On listings.

ISBN: 9781786495846

Hardback

384 Pages

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