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A Bibliography of Great War Medicine

 
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BerichtGeplaatst: 05 Sep 2007 20:40    Onderwerp: A Bibliography of Great War Medicine Reageer met quote

This list comprises books relating to, or including, medical work in the First World War, together with a number of general books which set the scene. Its origin lies in the construction of a bibliography for a book on facial injury in the Great War, and the development of a library relating to medical services of that time to accompany the Gillies Archives at Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup. Those marked with an * are in the Gillies Library or in my own personal collection. Items marked with a + indicate that a copy of the relevant extract is in the archives. The annotations are personal comments. I would be grateful for notification of any significant omissions; in addition, details are sometimes sketchy for works taken from other bibliographies and amendments would be welcome. Updates are posted regularly.



The Gillies Archive contains a number of contemporary papers on facial injury, many written by members of staff of the Queen’s Hospital. These are not included in this bibliography; with a few important exceptions, material that might be considered a pamphlet rather than a book has also been excluded.



Jean-Luc Dupire of Brussels has been most helpful in supplying continental titles. Recently he has offered the Archives a large selection of doctoral theses in French, many from the same collection. As these are not strictly books (but neither are they journals) I have included them as a separate section together with some German equivalents.



In early 2002 I was contacted by Gary Mitchell of Rochester, NY, who has made a special study (and collection) of items relating to medical services from the USA. Rather than paste them into the main bibliography I have kept the entire section separate and there is therefore some duplication. A few of the entries would not qualify under my ground rules for inclusion, but are sufficiently comprehensive or important to be retained. Many have no listed author and, as researchers may well wish to search for units by number, I have retained Gary’s broad arrangement. The comments in this section are his.

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The Gillies Archives at Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup

Introduction

Welcome to the new website that describes the most complete archive of medical notes from the Great War in the world.

The Queen's Hospital, Sidcup performed plastic surgery of the face between 1917 and 1925, and today's Queen Mary's Hospital possesses a unique collection of over 2500 case files relating to that era. The pages that follow show details of the collection; in addition there is background information about the present-day hospital and the Postgraduate Centre as well as the medical bibliography of the Great War and some useful links to sites about the war, plastic surgery and rheumatology.

Since the site was first developed we have added a number of image galleries which can be accessed from the sidebar links and a spreadsheet of names for whom records exist.

Dr Andrew Bamji FRCP, Consultant rheumatologist and Curator of the Gillies Archives

http://www.gilliesarchives.org.uk/index.htm

The Archives

A series of coincidences resulted in the discovery of a remarkable collection of material which documents the development of plastic surgery at the beginning of the 20th Century. Driven by the persistence of Harold Gillies, and fuelled by the flood of casualties from the battle of the Somme, the Queen's Hospital, Sidcup was developed as the First World War's major centre for maxillo-facial and plastic surgery. Opened in 1917, the hospital and its associated convalescent hospitals provided over 1000 beds and between 1917 and 1921 admitted in excess of 5000 servicemen.

http://www.gilliesarchives.org.uk/archives.htm

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BerichtGeplaatst: 06 Nov 2010 0:28    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Weer eens onder de aandacht,
http://www.gilliesarchives.org.uk/index.htm

Aangrijpende beelden.

Nog meer achtergrond:
Plastische chirurgie
http://www.forumeerstewereldoorlog.nl/viewtopic.php?t=10412

Faces of War
http://www.forumeerstewereldoorlog.nl/viewtopic.php?t=18554

Project Façade
http://www.forumeerstewereldoorlog.nl/viewtopic.php?t=1959
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BerichtGeplaatst: 30 Dec 2010 20:48    Onderwerp: Reageer met quote

Via de Gillies Archives nog wat interessante links.

The Macalister Water colours

http://www.gilliesarchives.org.uk/McA%20watercolours/indexmca.html

Hospital postcards
A collection of postcards of hospitals, hospital ships and other medical images from WW1

http://www.gilliesarchives.org.uk/hospcards/hospcardindex.html

Harold Gillies's seminal textbook "Plastic Surgery of the Face" (1920) has been digitised and is now available at the Internet Archive

http://www.archive.org/details/plasticsurgeryof00gilluoft
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