Hosp at Beersheba Oct 1917

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stevebecker
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Hosp at Beersheba Oct 1917

Post by stevebecker » 01 Nov 2017 23:34

Mates,

Amoung the prisoners captured by the Aust LH after the charge was a hosp in the Town. this included

7 doctors
1 Iman (priest)
65 med staff
 
5 WIA officers
63 WIA men
21 sick

Don't you have any thing on this hosp?

S.B

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Re: Hosp at Beersheba Oct 1917

Post by Tosun Saral » 02 Nov 2017 16:46

Dr. Ali Rıza Bey (Gülelhekim) was Oberartz, chief physician, Başhekim of the hospital at Birüssebi. He was one of the POWs. Dr. Halit Bey (Akın) was also one of the doctors.
source: Prof. Dr. Metin Özata "Atatürk ve Hekimler" (Atatürk and doctors) İ;stanbul, 2015 p.216

Sorry no more information about them.

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Re: Hosp at Beersheba Oct 1917

Post by stevebecker » 03 Nov 2017 01:57

Tosun,

Many thanks my friend.

Did not think we would know any of these brave men, who stayed with there wounded instead of escaping.

Cheers

S.B

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