Churchill's Doctor: A Biography of Lord Moran
This biography tells of the life and times of Charles McMoran Wilson, a doctor who was central to developments in medicine in the middle years of the 20th century. He had a Victorian childhood, lived as a medical student in London in the Edwardian era, and served as a medical officer in France during World War I. He emerged an idealist, often prickly, with burning ambitions that tended to conflict with his need to earn a living in medical practice.
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