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Florence grew and was sixteen years old when her father and
mother wanted her to begin attending social parties. However, Florence wanted to work as a nurse. Florence’s family tried everything to stop her but Florence did not listen.
Finally, they agreed to let her go. Florence
trained as a nurse in Germany
and came back to London.
In 1853, Florence
was asked to go the Crimea to help the wounded
went with a group of 38 nurses. The hospital was a dirty building. There were
rats running around. Florence
and her batch of nurses cleaned the hospital. The soldiers at the hospital
admired Florence Nightingale for her caring nature and love. When Florence returned to Britain, everybody hailed her. Florence showed and
taught the world how to care for the wounded and suffering. Florence
Nightingale saw her patients at night with the lamp. Therefore, people called
her the “Lady with The Lamp.” She cares her patients in every condition. She
loves her all patients very much. She was a good nurse at that time. All
patients want at that time that only Florence
cared them. All patients loved her also very much.