No. 3 Canadian General Hospital, McGill, 1914-1919.
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Published by Gazette Print. Co. in Montreal .
Written in English

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  • Canada. -- Army. -- No. 3 Canadian General Hospital.

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Pagination274 p.
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22168720M

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No. 3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill ) Reviewed by F. G. Finley. Articles from Canadian Medical Association Journal are provided here courtesy of Canadian Medical Association. Formats: Summary | Page Browse | PDF (K) | Citation; Share. Facebook Twitter Google+ Cited by: 2. No. 3 Canadian General Hospital (Mcgill) Leather Bound – Jan. 1 by R. C. Fetherstonhaugh (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" CDN$ Author: R. C. Fetherstonhaugh.   There is a fantastic page history about No.3 CGH 'No. 3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill), ' By R. C. Fetherstonhaugh, published in Steve, regarding Hugh Egan's rapid promotion, according to the book mentioned below it wasn't uncommon for rapid promotions in the Canadian Army Medical Corps during WWI. Not many hospitals overseas had a larger experience in the World War than the unit of McGill University, Montreal (Canadian General Hospital Number 3). From Aug. 17, , to , , patients were admitted. Within its walls and under its tents more than 1, persons died. This is an.

  This book tells the history of No. 4 Canadian Stationnary Hospital (French Canadian) later the No. 8 Canadian General Hospital and the No. 6 Canadian General . No. 3 Canadian general hospital (McGill) , with a foreword from Field-Marshal His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught., Toronto Public Library. on to make up No. 3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill), hereafter referred to as No. 3 CGH. This facility would become internationally recognized because of its famed staff and numerous accomplishments. At the outbreak of the Great War (–), McGill and its affiliated hospitals were already power-File Size: KB.   The fonds includes a copy of No. 3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill), owned by Walter de M. Scriver and ephemera relating to Canadian General Hospital No. 3. It also contains a handwritten poem (in 4 cantos) entitled “Tune of T’anks,” composed by .

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: F. G. Finley. 1. Fetherstonhaugh RC. No. 3 Candian General Hospital (McGill) Montreal: The Gazette Printing Company; 2. No. 3 Canadian General Hospital - War Diary - March p. 3. McGill Meds Held Meeting Last Evening. McGill Daily. Octo 4. Concessions to Medicos Going to the Front. McGill Daily. He was instrumental in founding the Quebec Division of the Canadian medical association and served as a member of its Executive Committee from The fonds includes a copy of No. 3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill), owned by Walter de M. Scriver and ephemera relating to Canadian General Hospital No. 3.   No 3 Canadian General Hospital in France (author unknown) No 3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill) by R. C. Fetherstonhaugh published in No 4 Canadian Hospital: The Letters of Professor J. J. McKenzie from the Salonika Front by J. J. Mackenzie published in A history of no 7 (Queen’s) Canadian General Hospital.