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PostPosted: Thu 14 May - 13:59 (2015)    Post subject: Un navire hôpital Reply with quote

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The USS Red Rover was a side wheel steamer built in 1859 at Cape Girardeau, Missouri; purchased by the Confederacy on November 7, 1861, and put to use as a barracks ship for the floating battery at New Orleans, Louisiana, she served at Island No. 10 until she was captured there by the Union gunboat Mound City on April 7, 1862.

Repaired and fitted out as the U. S. Navy’s first hospital ship, the Red Rover’s patients enjoyed luxuries such as elevators, a laundry, an icebox, two kitchens and bathing rooms.

Her medical complement included nurses from the Catholic order of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, the first female nurses to serve on a navy ship and the forerunners of the U. S. Navy Nurse Corps.

During her service Red Rover cared for 2,400 sick and wounded patients, transported and delivered medical supplies where needed and transferred patients to onshore facilities.

The USS Red Rover was decommissioned on November 17, 1865 and sold twelve days later.



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PostPosted: Tue 26 May - 21:04 (2015)    Post subject: Un navire hôpital Reply with quote

Super 👍 photo 📷 mais comment c'était organisé dedans je veux dire est-ce qu'il y avait des chambres pour chaque patients ou une grande pièce. Et est ce qu'il était armé ou pas 😉???
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PostPosted: Wed 27 May - 09:42 (2015)    Post subject: Un navire hôpital Reply with quote

voila deux gravures d'époque qui donnent une bonne idée de l'aménagement intérieur de ces navires hopitaux (en principe non armés)






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PostPosted: Wed 27 May - 14:29 (2015)    Post subject: Un navire hôpital Reply with quote

Ah d'accord 😊 merci beaucoup !!!!!!!!!!

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