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  • World War I: the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) on active service. Oil painting by H.R. Mackey, ca. 1918.
  • World War I: the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) on active service. Oil painting by H.R. Mackey, ca. 1918.
  • A wounded British soldier being visited in an Egyptian hospital by a monk, a sister of mercy and a chaplain. Wood engraving after F. Villiers.
  • Russo-Japanese War: soldiers bringing in the wounded to an open air Japanese field hospital. Wash drawing by G. Soper, 1904, after a photograph by J. Ruddiman Johnston.
  • Ambroise Paré, on the battlefield using a ligature for the artery of an amputated leg of a soldier. Wood engraving by Charles Maurand after E. Morin.
  • Army physicians vaccinating soldiers below decks on the SS. Bathhurst. Process print by C. Henschel after a drawing by C. Staniland after A. Cox.
  • Ailing soldiers queuing up to see the doctor in a military surgery. Coloured lithograph by G. Gostiaux after himself.
  • A horse-drawn military ambulance, c. 1850, with one patient being carried on a stretcher. Coloured pencil drawing.
  • Five senior French army officers in military dress: two administrators, the chief surgeon, a pharmacist and a physician, ca. 1804. Coloured lithograph by G. David, ca. 1858, after A. de Marbot.
  • A senior German army doctor being driven at speed in a horse-drawn carriage. Coloured lithograph, c. 1870.
  • A military doctor prescribing whiskey lotion for a soldier's sprained foot - his patient requesting Irish. Wood engraving by A.C. Corbould, 1885.
  • A patient complains to a visitor that he does not discuss with his doctor how he feels for fear of discouraging him. Wood engraving by F.H. Townsend, 1915.
  • A German military dentist pulls a tooth from an agonised soldier. Reproduction of a lithograph by J. Braakensiek, 1892.
  • A uniformed German army doctor arriving at the scene of an accident. Coloured lithograph, c. 1870.
  • World War I: auxiliaries bringing stretchers, splints, rations and water for the Line. Oil painting by H.R. Mackey, ca. 1918.
  • A German army doctor sits at a patient's bedside: a second soldier and a woman stand by. Coloured lithograph, c. 1870.
  • A Jewish military "money surgeon" searches the mouth of a prisoner of war for gold fillings (?), others watch and wait. Coloured pen and ink drawing.
  • Ambroise Paré, on the battlefield using a ligature for the artery of an amputated leg of a soldier. Wood engraving by Charles Maurand after E. Morin.
  • World War One: British prisoners of war at Ruhleben camp being examined for "barbed-wire disease" by a German army officer. Coloured pen and ink drawing by R. Walker, 1917.
  • World War I: auxiliaries bringing stretchers, splints, rations and water for the Line. Oil painting by H.R. Mackey, ca. 1918.
  • A doctor examines a military recruit suffering from a speech disorder. Wood engraving by F. Pegram, 1916.
  • Russo-Japanese War: army medical staff treating the wounded in a field at Linglingtun, China. Collotype, c. 1904.
  • World War I: an R.A.M.C. bearer supplying water to the front line. Oil painting by H.R. Mackey.
  • An ambulance corps at work in the field. Halftone.
  • World War I: an R.A.M.C. bearer supplying water to the front line. Oil painting by H.R. Mackey.
  • A nurse with convalescent soldiers on the deck of a hospital ship. Pen and ink drawing by E. S. H.
  • A soldier with wounded head who has inserted medicinal plants in his helmet. Watercolour.
  • World War I: an R.A.M.C. bearer supplying water to the front line. Oil painting by H.R. Mackey.
  • World War I: the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) on active service. Oil painting by H.R. Mackey, ca. 1918.
  • World War I: the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) on active service. Oil painting by H.R. Mackey, ca. 1918.