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The Liberal Reformation: The Early History of the NHS

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Hello again, you fine people!

Today's podcast is a touch-and-go history of British Healthcare between 1850 ish and 1942 as a foundation for more of the topics we will be discussing in the future.

The images taken from various places across the internet are of 1) Otto Von Bismarck, 2) David Lloyd-George, 3) Winston Churchill and 4) William Beveridge.

My sources this week have been of course Wikipedia but also:

1. Abel-Smith B. The Beveridge Report: Its origins and outcomes. Int Soc Secur Rev. 1992;45(1‐2):5-16. doi:10.1111/j.1468-246X.1992.tb00900.x

2. Jefferys K. British Politics and Social Policy during the Second World War. Hist J. 1987;30(1):123-144. doi:DOI: 10.1017/S0018246X00021944

3. Campbell GG. Payment and Philanthropy in British Healthcare, 1918–48 : . PB - Manchester University Press; 2017. http://www.oapen.org/record/624210.

https://www.historyextra.com/period/20th-century/nhs-history-pay-healthcare-free/

http://www.nhshistory.net/

https://www.sochealth.co.uk/national-health-service/public-health-and-wellbeing/beveridge-report/beveridge-comprehensive-health-rehabilitation-services/

https://www.sochealth.co.uk/national-health-service/health-law/national-insurance-act-1911/

https://spartacus-educational.com/Linsurance1911.htm

Excellent all.

And finally, The theme tune was written by Kyle David Smith

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