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  • A surgeon is widening the chest wound of a soldier in order to remove an arrow, they are surrounded by a military encampment and a raging battle. Process print after a drawing by C. Maurer, c. 1594.
  • A surgeon is widening the chest wound of a soldier in order to remove an arrow, they are surrounded by a military encampment and a raging battle. Process print after a drawing by C. Maurer, c. 1594.
  • Sudan: fighting, medical and social activity. Wood engraving and process print by J.F.W. after M. Prior and W.S. Perry.
  • Antoine, Baron Dubois, in Alexandria. Lithograph by Watier, 1823, after L. Gudin, 1822.
  • Battle of Ulundi, part of the Zulu War, South Africa: with a numbered key. Wood engraving.
  • The surgeon Capiomont stitching the ear of general Oudinot at the battle of Wagram, 1809. Watercolour by F. Pils.
  • World War I: a French underground hospital at Verdun. Oil painting by Ugo Matania, 1917.
  • Bloodletting, 16th Century
  • Anatomical blood-letting figure, 16th Century
  • Doctors at work during a storm on a battlefield at Sinankeui, China. Wood engraving after W. Small.
  • Russo-Japanese War: a man being treated on a table in an open-air Japanese field hospital, others watch. Halftone after M. Cowper, after a photograph, 1904.
  • World War I: a French underground hospital at Verdun. Oil painting by Ugo Matania, 1917.
  • A soldier having an arm amputated. Lithograph by Villain.
  • Boer War: army doctor treating a patient in the midst of a firing line. Coloured process print.