Florence Nightingale in the Hospital at Scutari
Florence Nightingale in the Hospital at Scutari

Victorian illustration to download showing a picture of Florence Nightingale, nursing pioneer

(1820-1910) in the hospital at Scutari during the Crimean War. Wounded soldiers lie on their beds in the hospital ward; Florence Nightingale and three nurses, scarves round their heads, bring them bowls of food. 

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