This book is a collection of Harriet Martineau's England and her Soldiers and correspondence between Martineau and Florence Nightingale that show their contributions to British history and to military reforms and to the institution of public health standards.
Table of Contents
I. England and her Soldiers, 1859 1. Lost Armies 2. Preservation Henceforth – Destruction Hitherto 3. Going Out to War 4. Meeting the Enemy 5. A Winter in Camp 6. Physicians, in Health and Disease 7. The Wounded and Sick 8. Restoration 9. What Remains? II. Related Periodical Articles by Harriet Martineau III. Selected Correspondence: Harriet Martineau and Florence Nightingale IV. Harriet Martineau’s Obituary of Florence Nightingale