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  • Mortality of the British army at home and abroad, and during the Russian war, as compared with the mortality of the civil population in England.
  • Mortality of the British army at home and abroad, and during the Russian war, as compared with the mortality of the civil population in England.
  • Mortality of the British army at home and abroad, and during the Russian war, as compared with the mortality of the civil population in England.
  • Mortality of the British army at home and abroad, and during the Russian war, as compared with the mortality of the civil population in England.
  • A contribution to the sanitary history of the British army during the late war with Russia.
  • A contribution to the sanitary history of the British army during the late war with Russia.
  • A contribution to the sanitary history of the British army during the late war with Russia.
  • Moascar, Egypt: the conservancy area of the British Army yeomanry camp. Photograph by J.D. Graham, ca. 1916.
  • Items of uniform of British army medical staff with the jackets, tunic sleeves and collars of different ranking officers. Lithograph, c. 1880.
  • Bakery at the Indian army base in Makina, Basra, Iraq (formerly Mesopotamia): British soldiers watch the preparation of the dough by Sikh (?) bakers. Photograph, 1914/1918 (?).
  • [3 fund raising stickers for the British Red Cross Society Scottish Branch featuring the arms of the Army Service Corps, The Gordon Highlanders and the King's Own Scottish Borderers].
  • [3 fund raising stickers for the British Red Cross Society Scottish Branch featuring the arms of the Army Service Corps, The Gordon Highlanders and the King's Own Scottish Borderers].
  • [3 fund raising stickers for the British Red Cross Society Scottish Branch featuring the arms of the Army Service Corps, The Gordon Highlanders and the King's Own Scottish Borderers].
  • [3 fund raising stickers for the British Red Cross Society Scottish Branch featuring the arms of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Highland Light Infantry and the Royal Scots Fusiliers].
  • [3 fund raising stickers for the British Red Cross Society Scottish Branch featuring the arms of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Highland Light Infantry and the Royal Scots Fusiliers].
  • [3 fund raising stickers for the British Red Cross Society Scottish Branch featuring the arms of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Highland Light Infantry and the Royal Scots Fusiliers].
  • Practical observations on the diseases of the Army in Jamaica, as they occurred between the years 1792 and 1797; on the situation, climate, and diseases of that island; and on the most probable means of lessening mortality among the troops, and among Europeans in tropical climates / By William Lempriere.
  • Practical observations on the diseases of the Army in Jamaica, as they occurred between the years 1792 and 1797; on the situation, climate, and diseases of that island; and on the most probable means of lessening mortality among the troops, and among Europeans in tropical climates / By William Lempriere.
  • Practical observations on the diseases of the Army in Jamaica, as they occurred between the years 1792 and 1797; on the situation, climate, and diseases of that island; and on the most probable means of lessening mortality among the troops, and among Europeans in tropical climates / By William Lempriere.
  • Hygiene in the British army in Italy: a soldier interprets a statue of Venus lacking the head and an arm as the consequences of venereal disease. Drawing by Stacey Hopper, ca. 1944.
  • A shell-shocked man in a uniform of the British Army seated on a rock, with a sunset behind, about to kill himself. Watercolour by M. Bishop, 1973.
  • A shell-shocked man in a uniform of the British Army seated on a rock, with a sunset behind, about to kill himself. Watercolour by M. Bishop, 1973.
  • Tel-el-Kebir, Egypt: a military cemetery: war graves of soldiers killed in action during the British defeat of the Egyptian army at Tel-el-Kebir, on 13 September 1882. Photograph 1910/1945 (?).
  • Jacob's Bridge, between the lakes of Tiberia, with the tents of the British Army pitched on the mountain side and the tents of the and the Aga of the Janisaries, c. October 1799, during the Defence of the Ottoman Empire against General Bonaparte
  • Notes on matters affecting the health, efficiency, and hospital administration of the British Army : founded chiefly on the experience of the late war / by Florence Nightingale ; presented by request to the Secretary of State for War.
  • Notes on matters affecting the health, efficiency, and hospital administration of the British Army : founded chiefly on the experience of the late war / by Florence Nightingale ; presented by request to the Secretary of State for War.
  • Notes on matters affecting the health, efficiency, and hospital administration of the British Army : founded chiefly on the experience of the late war / by Florence Nightingale ; presented by request to the Secretary of State for War.
  • The Tigris Front, Iraq (formerly Mesopotamia): First Corps British Army camp sanitary area at Sandy Ridge: view of closed incinerator, sweeper's tent, drying shed for litter and latrine huts. Photograph by P.F. Gow, ca. 1916.
  • Taku, China: the North Fort bearing raised British and French flags; Chinese corpses in the foreground; on the day of the fort's capture by the English and French armies during the Second China War. Photograph by Felice Beato, 1860.
  • Surgeon Brydon, the sole survivor of 16,000 British troops, arriving exhausted at Jalalabad in 1842. Photogravure, 1908, after a painting by Lady Butler, 1879.