The British Medical Journal (BMJ) devoted 5 editorials to “The Sick and Wounded in the Russo-Turkish War” in their 1877 issues, based on correspondence with British doctors who were aiding the Ottoman army. All of the information comes from correspondents on the western front, so there’s really no information pertaining to the war in Armenia.
The BMJ is considered one of the premier academic journals in medicine, so I got curious and compared the headlines from 1877 to the ones on their website (www.bmj.com) today (March 12, 2019). What does one notice? The BMJ used to focus exclusively on medicine; now many of the headlines have become politicized (the top headline: a research paper entitled “State gun laws, gun ownership and mass shootings in the US”). Surprise, surprise.