Lady with the Lamp


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Noun1.Lady with the Lamp - English nurse remembered for her work during the Crimean War (1820-1910)Lady with the Lamp - English nurse remembered for her work during the Crimean War (1820-1910)
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She became known as 'The Lady with the Lamp' for her action of checking up on the injured military personnel during the night to see if they were alright.
1910: Death of Florence Nightingale, the "Lady With The Lamp" during the Crimean War.
The "Lady with the Lamp" can also be credited as the "Lady with the Diagrams" for her work in pioneering a way for mathematicians and statisticians to present bare facts as intelligible truths.
1910: Death of Florence Nightingale (above), the "Lady With The Lamp" during the Crimean War.
| May 12 BORN this spring day in 1820 and named after the city of her birth was Florence Nightingale, the British nurse known as "The Lady with the Lamp".
Mr Rathbone says: "The letter's importance is derived from the fact that Florence Nightingale was the founder of modern nursing - The Lady with the Lamp, a Victorian icon."
Horrible Histories live with Gorgeous Georgians and Vile Victorians, Hampton Court Palace (May 26 - June 2) This open-air show, timed for May half-term, investigates King George III, and shows Florence Nightingale, the Lady with the Lamp, in a new light.hrp.org.uk
This open air show during May half-term probes King George III and shows Florence Nightingale, the Lady with the Lamp, in a new light.
| 1910: Florence Nightingale, the "Lady With The Lamp", died.
She was also called "The lady with the lamp" and was known for her contribution to her profession as a nurse.
He made many films, including Rebecca in 1940 and Psycho in 1960 1910 Death of Florence Nightingale, the "Lady With The Lamp" during the Crimean War 1961 East German border guards stopped cars passing to the east through the Brandenburg Gate, thus sealing the border and preventing an exodus to the West.
Due to her habit of making rounds at night, Nightingale became known as The Lady with the Lamp.