The Lancelyn Green Lecture: Army Medical Services in the 19th Century
October 12 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
This year’s Lecturer, Mick Crumplin FRCS, will speak about the development of the army medical services from the Napoleonic Wars to the Boer War.
Mr Crumplin, a retired consultant surgeon, could justly be called Britain’s leading military medical historian. He’s the man who can tell us what John H Watson really went through in Afghanistan – and how conditions for an army surgeon had improved since Waterloo.
The 2018 Richard Lancelyn Green Memorial Lecture will be held at the National Liberal Club on the 12th October.