Polish Medical School at Edinburgh University. Finding that among the Polish forces in Scotland were many medical officers who had held academic positions in Polish universities and students of medicine whose studies had been interrupted by the war it was decided that facilities for their further studies should be provided at a Polish medical school at Edinburgh University. Medical officers of academic standing were permitted to work there and students to go up for refresher courses from 3 to 6 months, graduate and return to the army as reinforcements for the medical services. Female Polish students also attended. The first photo shows a military ambulance full of sick soldiers arriving at the Paderewski Hospital in Edinburgh. The second photo depicts dental equipment presented by America in the dental clinic attached to the Polish hospital and named after Paderewski. The third photo shows the female ward of the Paderewski Hospital. The fourth shows a corner of the ward for Polish forces named for Mrs. Kellogg of America.