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Nursing and medical records in the Imperial War in Ethiopia (1935–36)
Anna La Torre
Giancarlo Celeri Bellotti
, and
Cecilia Sironi

new racist vision, African women could, at best, be considered as providing a sexual outlet for Italian men.59 Furthermore we should note here that in Italy in 1938 the Fascist government issued the leggi per la difesa della razza (Laws to defend the 182 A sample of Italian Fascist colonialism race), a set of legislative and administrative measures (laws, orders, circulars, etc.) against Jews.60 Conclusion The Italian Fascist war and the few years of colonialism in Ethiopia proved to be a terrible waste of human lives without any real benefit to any of the

in Colonial caring
Disease, conflict and nursing in the British Empire, 1880–1914
Angharad Fletcher

more than London. Trade was facilitated by approximately 4,000 European residents working alongside 200,000 Chinese labourers, most of whom were Cantonese immigrants from the mainland.17 Although it was an overwhelmingly Chinese city, John Carroll has argued that Hong Kong was, to some extent, a multi-ethnic society comprising Chinese, Europeans, Americans, Armenians, Indians, Portuguese from Macau, Jews from Bombay and Eurasians, who gravitated towards segregated communities yet maintained extensive daily contact.18 Successive Governors noted that Hong Kong was a

in Colonial caring
Ana María Carrillo

. To investigate the value of the vaccine, medical experimentation was carried out on prisoners and general paralytics, while the Germans repeated the experiments on Jews in the Warsaw ghetto during the Second World War. 39 The ethical aspects of conducting medical experiments at concentration camps have been analysed elsewhere, 40 but these episodes of clinical experimentation in Mexico should be examined as well. This particular typhus vaccine was, however

in The politics of vaccination
Christine E. Hallett

: Cambridge University Press, 2005): 221. 73 Mary Borden, Sarah Gay (London:  William Heinemann, 1931); Mary of Nazareth (London:  William Heinemann, 1933); The King of the Jews (London: William Heinemann, 1935). 74 Mary Borden, The Technique of Marriage (London: William Heinemann, 1933). 75 Borden, Journey down a Blind Alley; Conway, Mary Borden: 213–78. 76 Borden wrote several commercially successful novels after the Second World War:  Mary Borden, No. 2 Shovel Street:  A  Novel (London:  William Heinemann, 1949); For the Record (London:  William Heinemann, 1950); Martin Merriedew

in Nurse Writers of the Great War