St. Bartholomew's Hospital in Peace and War

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    WE welcome the publication of this Rede lecture “delivered on May 6, 1915, in the Senate House, Cambridge, by Dr. Norman Moore. Such a charmingly written history of a great hospital will appeal to a wide circle of readers. As Dr. Moore says, the history shows “how in a free country such as ours, where everything is not dominated by Government, an ancient institution like St. Bartholomew's Hospital, whether in peace or war, lives with the nation and is in touch with the national life in every period.”

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    The Rede Lecture, 1915. By Dr. Norman Moore. Pp. 56 (Cambridge: At the University Press, 1915.) Price 2s. net.

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    St. Bartholomew's Hospital in Peace and War . Nature 95, 449 (1915) doi:10.1038/095449c0

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