Australian doctors during World War II had the same responsibilities as doctors from other countries. They had to treat the wounded and treat illnesses caused by the poor conditions soldiers had to endure.
Treat the wounded soldier gently.
They treated the US soldiers terribly.
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Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross, brought supplies of bandages to the surgeons at the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Virginia, and carried food and water to the wounded. Surgeon James Dunn named her the "angel of the battlefield".
Prenatal nurses are there to treat patients, who are children. They ensure that their patients are comfortable and that they are receiving the best care.
Roughly! Imperial soldiers considered surrendering to be cowardice. Like Sparta, soldiers were to fight to the death, or not fight at all.
Nurses did not exist in the medieval period. Castles did not have any medical staff, unless the nobleman in charge had a personal physician, who would not be expected to treat the common soldiers unless ordered to do so.
The US soldiers that they had defeated on the Phillipines.