Dr. Charles Lewis, and nurses, at Red Cross hospital in Tyumen Siberia, Russia during World War I.
Tyumen Russia Date:1918 Duration:42 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of the Red Cross in Siberia, Russia during World War I. Dr. Charles Lewis, sits, flanked by nurses, on a bench at the Red Cross hospital in Tymen, Siberia, as other doctors and staff pose behing them. Dr. Lewis started operations at this hospital in November, 1918, with a staff of ten American nurses, mostly from mission hospitals, and three other physicians: J. H. Ingram, George Hayden, and R. V. Taylor. At this hospital, they care for wounded Czech soldiers. Later the Red Cross nurses are seen conversing with doctors and staff. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
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