Health institutions in the Hilla Brigade (1921-1958) are developing a documentary study
CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC STUDIENS MAGAZINE,
Volume 9, Issue 20, Pages 233-268
AbstractThe researcher's pens dealt with social studies in many literature, letters and letters, but they have branches that still need further study, including health topics. Therefore, the topic of "Profiles of Health Institutions in the Hilla Brigade" (1921-1958) was chosen to highlight this important aspect of social conditions , Which has a direct impact on all other social conditions.
The research included two sections dealing with the first topic: Hospitals in Hilla, including the Royal Hospital, which was established in the Ottoman Empire in 1893, and at the time of World War I (1914-1918), the work was stopped and re-established by the British occupation forces in 1918 to continue the work, Another hospital in the Musayyib district in 1941, and then opened the hospital in Hindi in 1943 and before the end of the royal era one year open Ibn Morjan Hospital for chest diseases, and the second section dedicated to clinics in the brigade Hiuiyan, the royal era has opened a large
This study was based on many references and was mostly focused on the documents in the Book and Documentation House in Baghdad, which was the first source on which this study was based, as well as some published documents, Arabic books and university letters
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