TITLE

LOCAL WAR THROUGH THE EYES OF RUSSIAN DOCTORS

AUTHOR(S)
Samoylov, Vladimir O.; Kosachev, Ivan D.
PUB. DATE
June 2015
SOURCE
Vestnik Sankt-Peterburgskogo Universiteta, Seriia 11: Medicina;2015, Issue 1, p22
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The description of the fighting, and medical support local wars different periods of time. This is the Crimean war (1854-1855), the Russo-turkish war in the Balkans (1877-1878), the Russo- Japanese war (1904-1905) and the war in Afghanistan (1979-1989). About these wars show their participants — physicians of various specialties: n. I. Pirogov, s. P. Botkin, e. s. Botkin, I. D. Kosachev. The war exposed the public ulcers, pushed for change, accelerated them what was going to contribute to progress. However, the war in Afghanistan is in many ways different from previous wars. It should be viewed from two perspectives. From the perspective of those who started this work, which has set goals and objectives for its conduct. Details the second position is the attitude towards the war commanding officers of the 40th army and ordinary performers: soldiers, sergeants and health workers. They had done their duty and oath of allegiance to the homeland with dignity. Refs 4.
ACCESSION #
109926105

 

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