|Author:||Karen S. Metz,Richard A. Gabriel|
|Publisher:||Praeger (May 21, 1992)|
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Richard A. Gabriel and Karen S. Metz have completed this unique two-volume work: the first published comprehensive history of military medicine in the Western world
Richard A. Metz have completed this unique two-volume work: the first published comprehensive history of military medicine in the Western world. This second volume begins with the Renaissance, the occasion of the Western rebirth of the empirical habit of inquiry that made possible the eventual development of scientific medicine. The volume continues Richard A.
This two-volume work is the first published comprehensive history of military medicine in the Western world. The first volume deals with the period beginning with Sumer (4000 . and concludes with the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks in 1453.
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Farmcarts to Fords: A History of the Military Ambulance, 1790-1925 By John S. Haller Jr Southern Illinois University Press, 1992. From Sumer to Rome: The Military Capabilities of Ancient Armies By Richard A. Gabriel; Karen S. Metz Greenwood Press, 1991. Librarian's tip: Chap. An Ambulating Hospital: Or, How the Hospital Train Transformed Army Medicine By Hawk, Alan Civil War History, Vol. 48, No. 3, September 2002. 5 "Military Medical Care". Military Medicine: From Ancient Times to the 21st Century By Jack E. McCallum ABC-Clio, 2008. Gabriel is a historian and author. He is a professor in the Department of History and War Studies at the Royal Military College of Canada and in the Department of Defence Studies at the Canadian Forces College in Toronto. He is the author of books including Scipio Africanus: Rome’s Greatest General, Hannibal: The Military Biography of Rome’s Greatest Enemy, The Great Armies of Antiquity, Man and Wound in the Ancient World and Military Incompetence. Great Generals of the Ancient World (2017).
A History Of Military Medicine book. Richard A. This first volume deals with the period starting with Sumer (4000 . and continues with analyses of military medicine in Ancient Egypt (3500 . Israel, Persia, and Richard A. Metz have completed this unique two-volume work
Gabriel, Richard . and Karen S. Metz. Battlefield Medicine: A History of the Military Ambulance from the Napoleonic Wars through World War I. Medical Humanities.
Gabriel, Richard . A History of Military Medicine. Contributions in Military Studies 124. 2 vols. New York: Greenwood, 1992. E-mail Citation . A superb historical book that spans a period of roughly five thousand years. The book encompasses themes such as the medical support of wounded soldiers, developments in disease prevention, the interaction between military and civilian medicine, and veterans’ care. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2011.
Contributions in military studies. KAREN S. METZ is an academic librarian and a former medical librarian. She is the author of Information Sources in Power Engineering: A Guide to Energy Resources and Technology (Greenwood Press, 1975). Kirja 108. Gabriel Karen S. Metz1.
This two-volume work is the first published comprehensive history of military medicine in the Western world. The first volume deals with the period beginning with Sumer (4000 B.C.) and concludes with the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks in 1453. The second volume begins with the Renaissance, the occasion of the Western rebirth of the empirical habit of inquiry that made possible the eventual development of scientific medicine, and ends with the Vietnam War. Within each volume, the analysis is organized chronologically.
Since the transfer of information or practices relevant to military medicine were rare, prior to the Renaissance the first volume examines the various civilizations as individual detailed case studies. Subsequent numerous instances of cross-national transfer of information and practices are reflected in the organization of the second volume, which still does not lose sight of the fact that, until very modern times the various national efforts at providing military medical care remained sufficiently unique. Each volume ends with a bibliography and a general subject index. These volumes will be of considerable use to students and scholars alike in the disciplines of world history, military studies, and medical history. It is hoped that the Gabriel-Metz undertaking will stimulate an intensive re-examination of the course of military medical history.