Scutari Hospital during the Crimean War

Kristen Ann Ehrenberger's picture

The photograph captures one of four sculpted bronze panels on the plinth of the Florence Nightingale Statue, Waterloo Place, St. James, London. The panel depicts British soldiers arriving at the Scutari Hospital, Turkey from Balaclava, Crimea, in the 1850s. The statue is adjacent to the Guards Crimean War Memorial. Sculptor: Arthur George Walker. Photograph credit: L.A. Wadsworth ©

This image accompanies Laurie Wadsworth's essay in the H-Nutrition Figures series, "I should have had the curry: A Matter of Privilege."