BRITISH MEDICAL SERVICES IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Medicine at Sea: A Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service (QAIMNS) Sister taking the pulse of a patient at Cholmondeley Castle, in Cheshire, a stately home requisitioned for use as a naval hospital. Cholmondeley Castle was one of several naval hospitals especially set up to treat patients with severe or chronic psychiatric illness.
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