The Strange Story of Dr James Barry: Army Surgeon, Inspector-General of Hospitals, Discovered on Death to be a Woman
Longmans, Green, 1958 - 124 страница
After more than 40 years of service in the British Army as a surgeon, and attaining high rank, it was discovered that the diminutive but redoubtable Dr. James Barry was a woman ; she may have been the first woman of modern times to qualify as a doctor and practise as a surgeon, which, according to contemporary sources, she practised with remarkable intelligence and skill.
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