Florence Nightingale
 
Florence Nightingale
was
born
 
in
Italy
 
in
1820.
 
In
 
1851
she
trained
 
to
be
 
a
nurse
 
in
Germany.
 
Florence
worked
in
dirty
hospitals
in
 
the
Crimean war.
 
The
first
thing
Florence
did
was
clean
 
the
hospitals.
 
She
gave
 
the
soldiers
beds
 
to
sleep
 
on.
Then
she
gave
 
the
soldiers
good
food.
 
This
helped
them
 
get
better
quicker.
They
were
pleased
 
that
Florence
was
there
 
to
help.
They
gave
her
 
a
special
name.
 
They
called
her
 
The
Lady
with
 
the
Lamp.
At
the end
 
of
 
the
Crimean War,
 
Florence
returned to
England.
Florence Nightingale
continued
working
with
nurses
 
 
and
in
hospitals.
She
nursed
her
family
when
they
were
ill.
Florence Nightingale
died
 
in
1910.