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Speech about field hospitals during the Boer war (12 november 1900)

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On 12 november 1900, Arthur Conan Doyle was entertained at dinner of the Authors' Club by his fellow-members at the club rooms, Whitehall-court. He gave a speech about field hospitals problems during the Boer war.



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