|Statement||by E. Carrick Freeman, Major R.A.M.C.|
|Contributions||London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||127 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||127|
's "Sahib" is the third volume of British military historian Richard Holmes' remarkable narrative of the British soldier, along with "Redcoat" and "Tommy." This volume is the story of the British soldier in India, Cited by: The Lancet SANITATION IN INDIA. THE PREVALENCE OF ENTERIC FEVER AMONGST BRITISH TROOPS IN INDIA. (FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) VIII. 1[mdash]Flies as . Sanitation was one of the conspicuously neglected areas of public health in those times and it affected the British soldiers too. The following literature gives a good account of Florence Nightingale’s intervention into the sanitary problems faced by the British soldiers and the Indian public. The inactivity of British troops. It’s a stain on British history as well. It might have been difficult for the British to fully prevent the violence, but they could have taken some action. The British troops were in their barracks up and down the north-west of the new states of India while this intercommunal violence was going on.
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