Remembering Lt.-Col. Scrimger: Montreal Hero Took Time From Career to Save Lives, Find Battlefield Bride

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Author/collaborator
Title
Remembering Lt.-Col. Scrimger: Montreal Hero Took Time From Career to Save Lives, Find Battlefield Bride
Abstract
Francis Alexander Carron Scrimger (1880-1937) was a surgeon at Royal Victoria Hospital in the 1930s, Surgeon-in-Chief of the Children’s Memorial Hospital in 1934, and Director of the Department of Surgery and Associate Professor of Surgery at McGill University in 1936. The author recounts his First World War service that included winning the Victoria Cross.
Publication
Quebec Heritage News
Volume
Vol. 3
Issue
no. 11
Pages
12-15
Date
September-October 2006
Language
en
Citation
Howell, W. B. “Remembering Lt.-Col. Scrimger: Montreal Hero Took Time From Career to Save Lives, Find Battlefield Bride.” Quebec Heritage News Vol. 3, no. 11 (October 2006): 12–15.
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