In the Harleian Miscellanies there is an account of the battle of Lutzen
which deserves to be read.
Whole nations fought against nations in tremendous battles, at Dresden, Lutzen
, and Bautzen, and then it was that France showed extraordinary heroism, for you must all of you bear in mind that in those times a stout grenadier only lasted six months.
More recently, the original MDS was updated to include additional possible root causes of moral distress, including clinical situations and internal and external constraints (Af Sandeberg, Wenemark, Bartholdson, Lutzen
, & Pergert, 2017).
, K., Cronqvist, A., Magnusson, A., & Andersson, L.
Likewise, the death of Gustavus Adolphus in 1632 during the Battle of Lutzen
quickly precipitated the end of Sweden's time as a great power.
Similarly, the ascidian endoparasite Gonophysema gullmarensis Bresciani and Liitzen, 1960 shows highly abbreviated developmental stages, with one lecitrophic nauplius, one copepodid, an onychopodid (a reduced preadult larva), and adults (Bresciani and Lutzen
Other studies emphasize how the intense, time-coordinated, and technological environment of outpatient hemodialysis facilities may culminate in the use of blocking strategies by nurses and the subsequent dehumanization of patients (Hagren, Pettersen, Severinsson, Lutzen
, & Clyne, 2001; Nagle, 1998; Rittman et al., 1993).
The face of war: Trauma analysis of a mass grave from the Battle of Lutzen
Of course, Harnmerschmidt's dedication refers to victories in the plural, which certainly could also include Leignitz and probably also Lutzen
Raghavendra K, Sriram C, Frances M, Donald W and Karl Lutzen
M., Mikkelsen L.L., Jensen S., Rasmussen H.B.