Drew used techniques that developed through the conservancy process. Dew was working on a way to organize a network transportation across the country, so the people could have access to the blood for survival when needed. In 1946, Drew became a member of the International College of Surgeons and in 1949, Drew served as a surgical advisor to the surgeon general, in the U.S army., Drew worked as a chairman of surgery of Howard University and earned the Spingarn Medal in 1943 for what he contributes to the field of medical science. In 1945, Drew received the honorary Doctor of Science degree from the Amherst College in
He was stationed at the Canadian Reserve Cavalry Regiment (CRCR) at Shorncliffe near Folkestone, Kent. The town of Shorncliffe housed the Royal Military Hospital of 434 beds and its necessary complement of nurses.30.The Harradine family believes that while he was at Shorncliffe he became acquainted with Edith May Denton, a beautiful nurse aged twenty. It would appear that as soon as Edith May Denton achieved her majority, she married Harradine
Jünger’s tone gradually changed throughout his war years, perhaps because death and destruction constantly surrounded him. After the numerous close calls with death during the Battle of Somme, Jünger “noticed the experience had taken its toll on [his] nerves” (Jünger, p. 88). A year later, Lieutenant Brecht, who Jünger knew as a calm man, even in the face of total war, was killed. His death caused Jünger to think of his own mortality which was disheartening (Jünger, p. 197). The death of his friend Tebbe a few months later also caused Jünger great pain.
Dr. Verschuer was highly known for his work with twins, and this is where Mengele found his fascination for twins. Mengele went on to earn his medical degree in 1937 (Museum). In 1938 Mengele wanted a part of the Nazi action and joined the SS. The SS or Schutzstaffel was responsible for population policy and settlement, identification of ethnicity, security, and intelligence collection and analysis. In June of 1940 Mengele was drafted into the Army, and he volunteered for medical service.
In august 1942 BritishPrime MinisterChurchill appointed Alexander as a commander chief of the British forces in NorthAfrica. DuringSicily and Italy campaign he commanded allied forces in the second battle of ElAlamein, he worked with Field Marshal Montgomery as a commander of the Montgomery’s eighth army. 40. After his successful career the military he was appointed as a governor general of Canada from 1946 to 1952 and he was a very popular governor general among the Canadianswho appreciate his military and communication skills. In 1952 he became a defence minister under Churchill’sgovernment.
Charles Drew was a pioneer in the preservation and storage of blood for transfusions. In his educational career he was the first African-American to receive a doctorate degree from Columbia University. His thesis was called "Banked Blood" which came from his research with John Scudder during which he developed methods for processing and preserving blood plasma, making it possible to dry it and reconstitute it when needed. He found that the plasma, without the solids in it, could be preserved for a longer time. During World War II Drew ran a project to collect blood for soldiers in Europe called "Blood for Britain".
Two years later in 1937, he received his medical degree at Frankfurt am Main. Then in 1940, he was drafted into the army and worked in the medical service. Josef had lived an average childhood, but didn’t always live an average life. Josef Mengele had worked with many people during his lifetime. Throughout his career, he became known as “Angel of Death”, or “Todesengel”, which is German for the angel of death.
In the short story The Scarlet Ibis, the author declares that a bridge exists between the color red and the suffering of life through a variety of allegories. And it’s intuitive: what first comes to mind when one hears red? What correlates with red is blood. Doodle is the first to notice a suffering bird outside in the garden. “How many miles it had traveled to die like this, in our yard, beneath the bleeding tree.
In Flanders Fields A little red and black flower, the Poppy, is the recognized symbol of remembrance for war dead in Canada, countries of the British Commonwealth, and the United States symbolizing the sacrifice of the soldiers who died in the First World War. The poppy is most recognized for its appearance in the poem, "In Flanders Field." "In Flanders Field" was written by a military doctor and artillery commander, Major John McCrae. When asked to conduct the burial service for Lieutenant Alexis Helmer, a soldier who died on May 2, 1915, during the Second Battle of Ypres (which killed over 100,00 people). To cope with his anguish, McCrae started composing a poem.
The diction Owens uses furthers the mechanical drudge the army is put through in the start of the poem. Comparisons such as “Bent double like old beggars…” and “ … coughing like old hags…” show the dread and drear of the soldiers marching off to battle, making the reader feel as if they are accompanying the front lines on this march. After the gassed man dies, the author uses powerful words and similes to paint a more believable picture for the reader. Phrases like “smothering dreams” and “ writhing eyes” display the true horrors of war and seeing a fellow soldier die. Similes like “ Bitter as the cud” and “ Obscene as cancer” show how haunting a real experience of death can be,one of the many sacrifices of fighting in a war.
The battle was deadly for thousands of French and British troops. Currie confirmed that his supply and ammunition lines were laid down before he entered the fight. His infantry was divided into exact units, each of which had a main objective. As a result, his battalion acquired the ridge, which was a key moment both in the war and in Canadian history, as other nations took notice of the contributions of Canadian troops to the Allied effort. For this, Currie was promoted to lieutenant-general in charge of the Canadian Corps.