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During World War II, the army established 107 evacuation hospitals to care for the wounded and sick in theaters around the world. An evacuation hospital was a forward hospital accepting patients from the battlefield. It was where the wounded first received definitive care. Formed at Camp Breckenridge, the 95th Evac arrived in Casablanca in April 1943, with 7,000 troops, 30 doctors, and 40 nurses. First pitching their tents at Oujda, they moved eastward toward Algeria before making a D-Day landing on the beaches of Salerno, Italy, on September 9, 1939. Shortly thereafter, they entered Naples and then set up shop at Anzio before moving on to become the first American hospital to penetrate Nazi-occupied Europe. After the guns were silent, records show that these doctors and nurses had treated more than 42,000 Americans in almost all the critical battles of the European theater: Salerno, Monetcassino, Anzio, Southern France, the Battle of the Bulge, the Rhineland, and finally, the invasion into Germany.Hospital at War is the story of the 95th Evac Hospital as told by Zachary Friedenberg, a young surgeon at the time, fresh out of his internship. He tells the story of how the men and women of the 95th survived the war. He describes how they solved problems and learned to treat the war-wounded in the extreme heat of North Africa and during the frigid winters of the Rhineland. He tells how they endured shelling and a bombing of the hospital and how they adjusted to the people and the countries in which they worked. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Chris Chappell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/132653/bk_acx0_132653_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Attitudes of Moroccan English teachers towards the use of ICT (Oujda) ab 49.9 EURO What is the current state?
The sedimentology, biostratigraphy, and sequence stratigraphy of the Early Carboniferous turbiditic basins of Moroccan Meseta are described in this book. After numerous lithologic and paleontologic investigations, a precise biostratigraphic scale was built, especially by foraminifers for Morocco to date limestones in platform, but also turbidites because carbonate and detrital sediments are mixed in platform and basin. Four marine basins more or less connected together, existed in this period: Sidi Bettach near Rabat, Central Morocco between Oulmes, Azrou and Khenifra, Jebilet and High-Atlas near Marrakech, and Eastern Meseta basins between Fès and Oujda. On mixed carbonate and detrital platforms surrounding the basins or on horsts within the basins, the eustacy prevails upon the tectonics, and consequently sequences are more similar to the Vail's type. Comparisons between Moroccan sequences of platforms and basins, and sequences of platforms in Belgium and Great Britain show that some discontinuities are coeval. According to their palaeobiogeographical affinities, it is possible to deduce that the Moroccan basins were connected with Palaeo-Tethys and western Europe.