4 edition of Medico-surgical aspects of the Spanish American war found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Lieutenant-Colonel Dr. Nicholas Senn ...|
|LC Classifications||UH224.1898/9 .S4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||379 p. incl. illus., ports.|
|Number of Pages||379|
|LC Control Number||16015042|
The United States Army - The United States Army - The Mexican-American War and the Civil War: One significant aspect of the Mexican-American War was the virtual abandonment of the militia concept for war purposes. The regular army was increased to more t troops, and approximat additional volunteers were recruited. Most of the new regulars and many volunteers actually served. I've read probably a hundred Civil War books at this point, and this lecture was the first in-depth I listened to that got me started and interested in the subject. the army did become reconciled by the Spanish-American War, but the North continued to look down at the South through the 's Every aspect of the war is covered, it's not.
First published in , this book draws heavily on first-hand accounts and is widely regarded as the definitive account of the military aspects of the Spanish-American War. The title refers to a remark which the U.S. ambassador to England, John Hay, made to . The Spanish–American War (Spanish: Guerra hispano-estadounidense or Guerra hispano-americana; Filipino: Digmaang Espanyol-Amerikano) was an armed conflict between Spain and the United States in Hostilities began in the aftermath of the internal explosion of USS Maine in Havana Harbor in Cuba, leading to U.S. intervention in the Cuban War of Independence.
Medico-Surgical Aspects of the Spanish American War. Chicago: American Medical Association Press, pp. Senn was a lieutenant colonel and chief surgeon, U.S. Volunteers, and chief of operating staff with the Army in the field. This collection of essays includes discussion of . The Spanish-American War lasted only about ten weeks in However, the war had far-reaching effects for both the United States and Spain. Causes of the War The conflict had complex beginnings. By the s, Cuba had unsuccessfully battled Spain for independence for many years. In , the Cuban revolutionary José Marti led an expedition.
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Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Pages: The Spanish-American War lasted less than four months for the United States; however for Cuba this was only a small part of their War of Independence from Spain, which went through many phases starting with the Ten Years’ War and lasted almost 20 years.
The war between the United States and Spain receives relatively little attention in most American history texts, yet it is an event of major importance.
The United States emerged as the world's greatest power in the 20th century. In many ways, the war with Spain was a stepping stone from one era of American history to the next, showing Americans that aggressive nationalism could be.
Senn's Medico-Surgical Aspects of the Spanish-American War, written in Despite the com‐ parison with Senn, when you close this book, you will truly have a sense of the medical hardships encountered by American soldiers and the accom‐ plishments by the Army Medical Department dur‐ ing the Spanish-American War.
Note . See his book, Medico-Surgical Aspects of the Spanish-American War (), p. 7 Testimony of Dr. Anita Newcomb McGee, "Conduct of the War with Spain," vol.
7, p. 8 In Vincent de Paul established the Company of the Daughters of Charity. The Spanish-American War was an conflict between the United States and Spain that ended Spanish colonial rule in the Americas and resulted in U.S.
Number of books found: | Nicholas Senn. Medico-Surgical Aspects of the Spanish American War English | Paperback | This book is published by Combined Books in Pennsylvania and is presented in hardback with eight chapters, pages, extensive Appendixes, maps, biographies, sidebars and illustrations.
The book offers a clear and concise account of the Spanish - American War Reviews: 6. The Little War of Private Post: The Spanish-American War Seen up Close By Charles Johnson Post University of Nebraska Press, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
The Spanish-American War was a major watershed in the history of the U.S. Army Medical Department. That story and its aftermath are fully covered in Mary Gillett's, The History of the U.S.
Army Medical Department,which can be found elsewhere in Books and Documents on. Senn, Nicholas (), Medico-Surgical Aspects of the Spanish–American War, Chicago: American Medical Association Press; Shaw, Albert, ed.
(), "An Industrial War in Illinois", The American Monthly Review of Reviews, July–December,New. Fought between andthe Spanish Civil War continues to fascinate, horrify and intrigue people from across the world; consequently, the - already large - range of historiography is growing every year.
The following texts, which are all devoted to some aspect of the civil war, comprise this selection of the best. Medico-Surgical Aspects of the Spanish-American War. Chicago: American Medical Association Press, The John Crerar Collection of Rare Books in the History of Science and Medicine 2.
Nicholas Senn. In the Heart of the Arctics. Chicago: W. Conkey Company, The John Crerar Collection of Rare Books in the History of Science and Medicine 3. Finally, the more serious student of military medicine would get more detail from Nicholas Senn's Medico-Surgical Aspects of the Spanish-American War, written in Despite the comparison with Senn, when you close this book, you will truly have a sense of the medical hardships encountered by American soldiers and the accomplishments by the.
The Basic Differences - Spanish American War and Philippine American War: The Spanish American War lasted from late April (the date varies a few days as to when the "official" beginning occurred - Ap 23, or 25) to Decem when it ended with.
The Spanish fleet in the harbor tried to flee but the American fleet sunk or ran aground all of the Spanish ships killing but losing only one American. Perched atop Santiago, Americans forced the Spanish surrender after only two weeks.
Another week later, America took Puerto Rico and quickly followed with an uncontested seizure of Guam. Medical observations on the Spanish-American War by noted American medical author and surgeon, Dr.
Nicholas Senn – Dr. Senn served in the in the field in Cuban and Puerto Rican campaigns and was the Chief Surgeon of U.S. Volunteers. The work is notable for its numerous half tone illustrations from photographs, medical diagrams, and fold-out statistical table on the “Origin of.
Despite the extraordinarily high profile of U.S. correspondents in the Spanish-American War, the role of the American press in the conflict has been badly distorted and poorly understood. It is another of the war’s many ironies.
Some of the most enduring and misleading myths about American journalism stem from the Spanish-American War.The following is summary of the Spanish-American War - how and where it was fought. The war was a worldwide conflict physically fought in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Philippine Islands and Guam.
It was also politically and diplomatically fought in Egypt. The war began with the blockade of Cuba in April, The war's fighting ended with an armistice.Country of Publication: Spain Publisher: Madrid, Asilo de Huérfanos del S.
C. de Jesús, Description: p. Language: Spanish Notes: Translation of Medico-surgical aspects of the Spanish-American War. Translator's autograph presentation copy. Signed.
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