Różyczka Goździewska,-ośmioletnia sanitariuszka podczas Powstania Warszawskiego.
Przeżyła powstanie, zmarła w 1989 roku we Francji.
Seriously wounded soldier of the 116th Engineers, prior to his operation at the 121st Evacuation Hospital/17 August 1951
Great War ambulances, pulled by teams of horses, may seem a world away from the technologically advanced vehicles of today, but the journey taken by the men inside them has not changed a great deal.
Emily Mayhew, author of Wounded: A New History of the Western Front in World War I, discusses her work on both historical and contemporary war medicine.
Image credits: Scenes from World War I from Wounded.
German medic surrending to a british soldier
@USArmy Medic Thomas Cole looks up with his one unbandaged eye as he continues to treat wounded S.Sgt. Harrison Pell during a firefight, January 30, 1966. The men belonged to the 1st Cavalry Division, which was engaged in a battle at An Thi against combined Viet Cong and North Vietnamese forces. #VietnamWar
Photographer Henri Huet’s coverage of An Thi received the Robert Capa Gold Medal from the Overseas Press Club. Henri Huet/AP Photo
Classic image of the first kidney transplant, performed in December of 1954 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (then the Peter Brent Brigham) in Boston by a surgical team led by Doctor Joseph E. Murray. This surgery demonstrated that human organs could be successfully transplanted if the patient and donor were identical twins, paving the way for further research into type matching and transplantation surgery.
A black-and-white negative of a color image, depicting the scene on Hill 484 a few moments after Larry Burrows shot the picture that would become known as Reaching Out.