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FIELD HOSPITAL, 1898.
Photograph of Lieutenant Colonel J.T. Haskell in the 2nd Division field hospital after the battle of El Caney, Cuba during the Spanish-American War in 1898.
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WWI: HOSPITAL BOMBING.
A British hospital of the St. John's Ambulance Association, intentionally bombed by German air raiders during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
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WWII: NEW GUINEA, c1943.
Medics administering blood plasma to a wounded American soldier in New Guinea. Photograph, c1943.
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WORLD WAR I: HOSPITAL, 1918.
The ruins of a church in Neuvilly, France, being used as a temporary hospital for wounded American soldiers. Photograph, 20 September 1918.
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0131498
AMPUTATION, 1726.
Amputation of wounded limbs at a field hospital. Copper engraving from Hans Friedrich von Flemming's 'The Perfect German Soldier,' Leipzig, 1726.
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0083621
NAGASAKI: HOSPITAL, 1963.
A hospital for victims of the atomic bomb which exploded in Nagasaki, Japan, at the end of World War II. Photographed in 1963.
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0129043
YELLOW FEVER, 1898.
Temporary tent hospital maintained by the U.S. Marine Hospital Service at Franklin, Louisiana, during the yellow fever epidemic of 1898.
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WWII: NEW GUINEA, c1943.
Medics operating on a wounded American soldier in New Guinea. Photograph, c1943.
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WORLD WAR I: BALKANS.
A wounded Serbian soldier being carried into a Red Cross dressing station on the Balkan front during World War I, c1916-17.
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CANADA: RIEL REBELLION, 1885.
Medics attending to wounded soldiers after Battle of Fish Creek during the Second Riel Rebellion in Saskatchewan, Canada in 1885.
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0082934
WORLD WAR I: RED CROSS.
A French Red Cross post at the railroad station of Aubervillers near Paris, France. Photograph, c1914-1915.
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WORLD WAR I: HOSPITAL.
Doctors operating on a soldier in a field hospital during World War I. Photograph, c1918.
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0120541
FIELD HOSPITAL, 1898.
A U.S. Army surgeon treating wounded soldiers at a field hospital during the Spanish-American War, 1898.
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0265783
HOMESTEAD STRIKE, 1892.
A soldier suffering from heat exhaustion at the field hospital set up by the National Guard during the Homestead Strike in Pennsylvania, 1892. Contemporary American engraving.
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0162785
RED CROSS POSTER, 1915.
British Red Cross poster showing a crowd at a Red Cross aid truck during World War I. Lithograph, 1915.
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CIVIL WAR: WOUNDED, 1862.
Dr. Anson Hurd of the 14th Indiana Volunteers attending to Confederate soldiers wounded during the Antietam campaign, September 1862, near Keedysville, Maryland. Photographed by Alexander Gardner.
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0120551
AMBULANCE TRAINING, 1942.
Members of a medical services unit of the U.S. Army Air Force at Dayton, Ohio, learning how to remove a casualty onto an ambulance, October 1942, during World War II.
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JONATHAN LETTERMAN
(1824-1872). American army surgeon. Dr. Letterman (seated, at left), medical director of the Army of the Potomac, with his staff at Warrenton, Virginia, during the American Civil War. Photographed November 1862.
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WORLD WAR II: MEDIC, 1944.
An American soldier receiving medical treatment on Arawe, New Britian, during World War II, January 1944.
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0016553
WORLD WAR II: MARINE, 1944.
Marine receiving blood plasma on Saipan during World War II, June 1944.
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0063942
CIVIL WAR: ARMY PHYSICIAN.
Confederate Army physician measuring the pulse of a wounded soldier. Wood engraving from an American newspaper of 1863.
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0183906
WORLD WAR I: RED CROSS.
American Red Cross ambulances carrying wounded soldiers to a field hospital in France during World War I. Photograph, c1917.
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WORLD WAR II: PARATROOPER.
An injured paratrooper on New Guinea receiving medical attention during World War II, September 1943.
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HISTORY.
Railway carriages converted into ambulances for the wounded in Metz, September-October 1870, print. Franco-Prussian War, France, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0163488
CIVIL WAR: SURGEONS, 1864.
Union Army surgeons of the 3rd Division before a field hospital tent in Petersburg, Virginia, August 1864.
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0018239
KOREAN WAR: TRIANGLE HILL.
Wounded American soldiers of the Seventh Infantry Division at the aid station during the struggle for Triangle Hill, October 1952.
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CIVIL WAR: WOUNDED, 1862.
Surgeons trying to treat sick and wounded soldiers during the Peninsular Campaign led by General George B. McClellan, 1862. Wood engraving.
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0173441
NEW YORK: CAMP WIKOFF, 1898.
'Life At Camp Wikoff,' at Montauk Point, Long Island, New York, where soldiers returning from the Spanish-American War were quarantined. Engraving and drawings by W.A. Rogers, 1898.
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0254623
DURTAL, PAYS DE LA LOIRE, FRANCE.
Castle of Durtal on the banks of the Loir River is now a hospital. Gervais Courtellemont.
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0016545
WORLD WAR II: WOUNDED GI.
A doctor directs an operation aided by other medics in the middle of a battle during World War II, 1944.
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0408991
CIVIL WAR : FIELD HOSPITAL.
Field hospital after the battle of June 27, Savage Station, Virginia. Photograph by James F. Gibson, 1862.
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0325639
WORLD WAR I: WOUNDED.
A wounded French soldier being cared for in a trench by French troops and the American Red Cross, during World War I. Stereograph, c1917.
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0016961
CIVIL WAR: HOSPITAL.
Photographed by Mathew Brady.
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0016550
WORLD WAR II: MARINE, 1943.
Laying on a crude stretcher, a marine receives blood plasma at Bougainville during World War II, November 1943.
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WWII: NEW GUINEA, 1943.
American soldiers at a field medical dispensary in New Guinea during World War II. Photograph, 1943.
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0267738
CIVIL WAR: WOMEN, 1862.
'Our Women and the War.' Scenes of women helping the Union Army during the American Civil War. Wood engraving, American, 1862.
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WORLD WAR II: MARINES, 1945.
A wounded marine receiving blood plasma and first aid from stretcher bearers who recovered him from under heavy enemy fire at Okinawa, Japan, during World War II, June 1945.
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0173536
HITLER AND MUSSOLINI, c1940.
German Chancellor Adolf Hitler and Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini. To the left of Hitler is Joachim von Ribbentrop. Photograph, c1940.
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0267040
NEW YORK: CAMP WIKOFF, 1899.
A sick soldier being carried on a stretcher at Camp Wikoff at Montauk Point, Long Island, New York, where soldiers returning from the Spanish-American War were quarantined. Photograph, 1899.
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0325640
WORLD WAR I: WOUNDED.
A wounded French soldier being cared for in a trench by French troops and the American Red Cross, during World War I. Stereograph, c1917.
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