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Rivers, W. H. R. (William Halse Rivers), 1864-1922

LC control no.n 50057230
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Personal name headingRivers, W. H. R. (William Halse Rivers), 1864-1922
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Variant(s)Rivers, William Halse Rivers, 1864-1922
Associated countryEngland
Birth date1864-03-12
Death date1922-06-04
AffiliationSt. John's College (University of Cambridge)
Found inHis The Todas, 1906.
Jamison's Fires in the dark, 2023: CIP galley ("The inscription on his gravestone, at the foot of a Celtic cross, is simple: William Halse Rivers Rivers, Fellow of St. John's College, born March 12th 1864, died June 4th 1922")
Retrieved from Wikipedia webpage, October 5, 2022: W. H. R. Rivers ("was an English anthropologist, neurologist, ethnologist and psychiatrist known for treatment of First World War officers suffering shell shock, so they could be returned to combat ... Rivers' most famous patient was the war poet Siegfried Sassoon"; was the first to use a double blind procedure in psychological research)