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Title: Glimpses of medical Europe
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Thompson, Ralph L. (Ralph Leroy), 1872-
Subjects: Medicine Medicine Education, Medical Travel
Publisher: Philadelphia, London, J.B. Lippincott company
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
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and are crowding the German universi-ties, when they can go cheaply, to overflowing. Not only men but a great many women aregoing into medicine here in Russia nowadays.For some reasons they are considered superiorto the men. They do more, and they live onless. They have a way of overcoming theold medical superstitions and insinuatinghygienic ideas. The zemstvos themselves have foundedmodest schools, in addition to the Govern-ment female medical annexes, for the educa-tion of women physicians and surgeons. Sothat now these women, who seem to possessa real longing to be of use to the people, willfind ample scope for their noble passion. 71 MEDICAL EUROPE We did not leave Russia without investi-gating the food question. We tried every-thing, and at times got stung. But ingeneral Russian food is the real thing. Onehas never drunk tea till one has tried it inRussia, and the caviare as one gets it here issomething to live for. Caviare is the onething in St. Petersburg that is comparatively
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Monument to Pf.tkr the Great cheap, and we nearly ruined our gastricmucosa with it in trying to get square forother deals. There is an interesting restau-rant here, where one is given a net and isallowed to scoop up from a big tank in thecentre of the room the fish he desires to beserved with. As St. Petersburg is a wintercity, we did not see it at its best, when it isfilled with the gayest society in all Europe.But it is away from St. Petersburg after a 72 ST. PETERSBURG hard clays travel one really enjoys the food.The national dish of Russia is cabbage soup.It is made of sour cabbage and water (empty^ shtshV). With fresh fat beef and clottedcream added (smietciJia) it is a dish for kings.A bowl of this soup, a dish of buckwheat,baked porridge, and a pot of tea from thesmoking samovar, which is found in everyhousehold in Russia from Tsar to mujik, isbetter than all the dinners the big hotels ofthe cities can supply. VII. BERLIN ANGLO-AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIA-TION TYPES OF AMERICAN ST
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