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    a legacy for multiple reasons, the most noticed are that she helped in the Crimean war, cared for her patients, and advanced modern medicine. Florence was best known for her work in the Crimean war. For instance, an article about Florence on NCBI stated that during the Crimean War, she took 38 nurses to the war hospital and worked to heal the wounded soldiers. Furthermore, Biography.com states, “During the Crimean War, she and a team of nurses improved the unsanitary conditions at a British base

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    The Civil War opened up the field of nursing to women, breaking down yet another barrier of the strict gender roles placed on women during the nineteenth century. Women from both the North and the South joined the Civil War as both nurses and “matrons”. The comparison of the way Faust presents Northern and Southern women in the book Mothers of Inventions, lends insight on the similarities and differences between Union and Confederate nurses. According to Faust, Florence Nightingale influenced both

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    also inherited two estates who was marred to Ms. France Nightingale mother of Florence Nightingale. Florence Nightingale was known for improving the unsanitary conditions at a British base hospital reducing the death count by two-thirds during the Crimean War. Also, she’s the reason that the nursing career exists in now society and its looked up on. In

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    famous nurse in history or the founder of modern nursing? It was Florence Nightingale, who was truly an amazing woman for everything she had accomplished. I plan to focus on how she reformed nursing and the efforts she took as a nurse during the Crimean War. Florence Nightingale achieved so much greatness against all odds and was the most brilliant reformer in history for the sanitary, medical, and nursing work she wrote and developed about. Nurse Nightingale is definitely a woman I would look up to

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    Florence Nightingale Florence Nightingale has made a lasting impact to the history of nurses/doctors because she helped Great Britain, France, and Turkey win the Crimean War by helping the injured soldiers recover an reducing the death rate the hospital by ⅔’s,she is the founding philosopher of modern nursing, and she helped hospitals get more sanitary. Early Life Florence Nightingale was born on May 12, 1820, in Florence, Italy.Her father and mother are William Edward Nightingale (His original

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    There were roughly six countries involved, and a factor for this war taking place was the growing fear about the power Russia had obtained. During the war, despite Russia being a match for the Turkish army, they were outmatched in regard to the power of the European military; this drew further attention to the backwardness of Russia in comparison to the western

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    “The Charge of the Light Brigade” tells the story of a light cavalry brigade fighting in the Battle of Balaclava during the Siege of Sevastopol in the Crimean War. The war involved France, Great Britain, Sardinia-Piedmont, and the Ottoman Empire against the Russian Empire between the years 1853-1856 and was fought on the Crimean peninsula. The war is known today for its tragic mismanagement, with disease and

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    the Light Brigade,” Tennyson uses many different tools to make his poem filled with much uniqueness. One thing that sticks out a lot in this poem, is the tone that the author uses. The poem’s tone has many factors that play into it. The time of the war, the setting, the allusion of the reader almost being inside of it. The story gives off a strong,

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    The whole last stanza is trying to make the heroism and bravery of these soldiers eternal; the battle in the poem (The Battle Of Balaklava of the Crimean War) occurred 150 years ago, which means that up to this point, it appears to have worked. The poem therefore, seems to be more concerned with creating national heroes for a nation than mourning the soldiers or arguing against the

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    There are two types of learning that will be addressed, one is teacher-centered and the other is student centered. Teacher-centered education is where the professor is at the head of the classroom and emphasis is on what they are teaching (Concordia University, 2012). In student-centered education there is shared focus, and the student and professor interact (Concordia University, 2012). Which leads us to the flipped classroom. Here is when the material is read at home in one’s comfort. the

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    got trained because they weren 't fighting in the wars. Experienced nurses trained the new nurses at military hospitals. With the help of the government,schools were beginning to develop and be funded. Florence Nightingale changed all of this. She began her journey as a nurse during the Crimean War. She had a friend who was the secretary of War in England who asked her to take a bunch of nurses to Turkey to help in the hospitals during this war. The hospitals under her leadership became cleaner

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    Civil War Nursing

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    safe. The Civil War gave enormous impulsion to the building of hospitals and to the development of nursing as a

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    The modern nursing was founded by Florence Nightingale which sets foundation to the nursing practice in many places around the world. She is also known as the lady with the lamp as she uses the lamp to do rounding at night during her nursing periods. However, Florence Nightingale image of nursing was unachievable and we misplaced in the modern economy of caring transaction. Nightingale developed and implements a new system of nursing training and in 1860 she established the nightingale training school

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    Before World War I, all of Europe in 1914, was tense and like a bomb or a fire was waiting to erupt. Europe had not seen a major war in years, but due to Militarism, Imperialism, Alliances, and Nationalism tensions grew high. Each country was competing to be the best by gaining more territory and growing in their military size and successful economies. World War 1 was waiting to happen and the assassination of the Archduke was the spark that lit Europe up. In All Quiet on the Western Front, by Erich

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    Throughout history individuals are characterized based on their gender, race and age. Decades ago, Americans were criticized based on their physical characteristics rather than their qualities. In the past, people were stripped of their rights because they might have been a woman, African American, or older in age. Since then mindsets have changed, now people have been given back their rights. In the short story, “A Worn Path,” by Eudora Welty, the protagonist Phoenix Jackson is faced with many difficulties

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    Conscription, also known as drafting, is a law that the government made for people to go to war. This law stated that anyone who was old enough and was able to fight in the war had to go, whether they wanted to go or not. People thought conscription was very beneficial, I on the other hand disagree. Personally, I do not think conscription is a good idea. It is unfair to force people to go to war, by forcing men to enlist in the army, the army force will not be as strong as it could be, and if conscription

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    The Pilgrim Progress is written by John Bunyan. He was born in 1628. He is one of the most famous preacher of his day. He achieved his authority as a preacher and as a poet. He wrote The Pilgrim Progress while he was in the jail. He could have freed himself by promising not to preach, but he refused. Later he was released and upon his release, he published the pilgrim progress in 1678. Bunyan itself has an impact on the book. The story is amazing and thrilling. It is a travel story, which depicts

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    Harriett Tubman and Florence Nightingale both brought great change is many people’s lives over the course of their life. Harriett Tubman was a slave on a Maryland plantation. No matter what life threw at her, such as being struck in the head by a weight causing severe head trauma, she persevered. She would make up to nineteen trips to the south to deliver slaves to the north and Canada through the Underground Railroad; earning her the nickname Moses the Deliverer. Florence Nightingale was born into

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    Overall, Bad Girls is a well produced and well acted short film, with several strong aspects that make it stand out in the world of student films. These aspects include, lighting, locations, and acting. However, some aspects, primarily sound, revealed it to be a less than professional endeavor. First, the lighting throughout the film was consistently, not only well done, but often beautiful. Everything and everyone that was significant was well-lit and motivated. I was never distracted by poor lighting

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    causes for war. Thus, he believes that a sovereign is necessary to preserve peace and prevent a civil war by ensuring that the societal members fulfill

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