Cover

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Title Page, Copyright, Series Page

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Contents

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pp. v-vi

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Acknowledgments

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p. vii

Acknowledgments are due to a large number of individuals and organizations for assistance on this volume, and for assistance at all stages in the Collected Works project. First of all acknowledgments are due to the Henry Bonham Carter Will Trust for per mission to publish Nightingale original manuscripts, ...

Dramatis Personae

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p. viii

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Florence Nightingale: A Précis of Her Life

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pp. ix-xii

Florence Nightingale was born in Florence, Italy, 1820, the second daughter of wealthy English parents taking an extended European wedding trip. She was raised in England at country homes, Lea Hurst, in Derbyshire, and Embley, in Hampshire. ... ...

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An Introduction to Volume 15

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pp. 1-8

Wars and the War Office is the second of the two volumes in the Collected Works dedicated to Nightingale’s war work. The Crimean War (volume 14) covers the period of that war, Nightingale’s formative war. Earlier volumes in the series cover her family background and upbringing (volume 1, Life and Family and volume 7, European Travels), four volumes on her faith and religious writing (volumes 2 to 4 and 11), ...

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Key to Editing

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pp. 9-12

All the manuscript material in the Collected Works has been carefully transcribed and verified (see Life and Family Appendix E: Research Methods and Sources for a description of the process of obtaining and processing this information). Illegible words and passages are so indicated, with [illeg] or [?] inserted to indicate our best reading of the word or words in question. ...

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Army Nursing in Peace and in War

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pp. 13-258

Subsidiary Notes as to the Introduction of Female Nursing into Military Hospitals in Peace and in War is both Nightingale’s most comprehensive statement on military nursing and her first book on nursing at all, preceding Notes on Nursing (1860) by two years. ...

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War Office Reform in Peacetime

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pp. 259-581

Nightingale’s own initiation into army hospitals took place in war time, in the form of an influx of soldiers wounded in two major battles and sick from epidemic diseases even before. Soon after the war, however, she began to see the parallels between war time and peacetime army institutions. ...

Map of the Franco-Prussian War

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p. 582

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Wars from the Geneva Convention to the Boer War

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pp. 583-1032

The Geneva Convention is famous for its making humanitarian advances in war, notably requiring the decent treatment of prisoners of war and banning the use of poison gas as a weapon. But these advances were later developments and the early vision was both much more limited in scope, and with a potential for harm contrary to its benevolent intentions. ...

Appendix A: (Brief) Biographical Sketches

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pp. 1033-1040

Bibliography

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pp. 1041-1044

Index

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pp. 1045-1060

Back Cover

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