1. What were the total casualties for Britain?
The total casualties for Britain were 3.1 million.
2. What were the total casualties for Germany?
The total casualties for Germany were 7.1 million.
3. Which two countries had the most men killed?
Russia and Germany both had the most men killed with 1700000.
4. How many countries, in total, lost men in WWI?
In total 15 countries lost men in WWI.
5. Which country suffered the most, in terms of casualties, during the war?
Russia was the country that suffered the most in terms of casualties with 9.15 million injured.
Harvey was an English physician who was the first to describe accurately how blood was pumped around the body by the heart.
William Harvey was born in Folkestone, Kent on 1 April 1578. Harvey was educated at King's College, Canterbury and then at Cambridge University. He then studied medicine at the University of Padua in Italy, where the scientist and surgeon Fabricius tutored him.
In1602, Harvey established himself as a physician. His career was helped by his marriage to Elizabeth Browne, daughter of Elizabeth I's physician, in 1604. In 1607, he became a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and, in 1609, was appointed physician to St Bartholomew's Hospital. In 1618, he became physician to Elizabeth's successor James I and to James' son Charles when he became king. Both James and Charles took a close interest in and encouraged Harvey's research.
Harvey's research was furthered through the dissection of animals. He first revealed his findings at the College of Physicians in 1616, and in 1628 he published his theories in a book entitled ‘An Anatomical Study of the Motion of the Heart