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Images Dated 5th January 2019

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Ambulance troops of European nations, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured 5 Jan 2019 Print

Ambulance troops of European nations, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Ambulance troops of European nations at the end of the 19th century: I) German Empire: 1-2) Prussian military doctors in small and large suit; 3) Prussian pharmacist (small suit); 4) Prussian orderly (complete suit); 5) Prussian First medical assistant (battlefield); 6) Prussian orderly (battlefield); 7-8) Doctors of the Imperial Navy (smal and large uniform); 9) Saxon military doctor (large suit); 10) Saxon orderly (complete suit); 11) Bavarian military doctor (in tunic and cap); 12) Sergeant of the Bavarian medical company (ordonnance suit); 13) Protestant deaconess; 14) Catholic nun; 15) Member of voluntary nursing in the war; 16) Knights Hospitaller in habit. II) Austria-Hungary: 1) Official of the Society of the Red Cross (large uniform); 2) Military chaplain; 3) General Staff doctor (gala uniform); 4) Pharmacist; 5-6) Soldier (battlefield) and officer (parade) of the medical corps; 7-8) Military doctors in small and large uniform; 9) Doctor of the Hungarian Territorial Force; 10) Navy doctor. III) Italy: 1) Doctor of the territorial force; 2) Navy doctor (small uniform); 3) Pharmacist (complete suit); 4) Military doctor (parade); 5) Corporal of the medical corp; 6) Pupils of the medical and application school in Florence. IV) France: 1) Navy doctor (gala uniform); 2) Pharmacist; 3) General Inspector of the medical service (parade); 4) Military doctor (hospital suit); 5) Military doctor (battlefield); 6) Pupil of the military medical educational institution; 7-8) Orderlies (Infirmiers, battlefield and complete uniform). V) Russia: 1) Orderly of the infantry (uniform of the corresponding regiments with armband); 2-3) Military doctors; 4) Greek (Russian) Catholic nun. VI) Great Britain: 1) Military doctor; 2-3) Hospital corps. Chromolithograph, published in 1897