Map That Campus XLVII

Welcome one and all to another edition of Map That Campus. Since I'm restarting this feature, I though that I would try something a little different.

Here is today's mystery campus:


(more below the fold)

To figure out the answer, you'll first need to identify a famous Canadian.

Besides nationality, there are some parallels between this person and me. He was educated at this institution


and then worked in this institution


I did the opposite. He then left to serve as a volunteer doctor here


where he developed the mobile medical unit that helped to deliver blood transfusions to soldiers near the front lines. He then volunteered here


where he performed battlefield surgical operations and trained local doctors and nurses. He became a hero in this country, and was the only foreigner to be the subject of an essay by their leader. Moreover, several movies were made based on his biography (including one where he was played by Donald Sutherland.) Importantly, the College of Medicine that is affiliated with today's mystery campus was named after him.

Now in case you forgot, here are the rules:

Leave your answer in the comment section. After 24 hrs I will announce whether any guesses are correct. Good luck.

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My guess (hoping I got all your clues right): Norman Bethune University of Medical Sciences, Changchun, Jilin, China.

I'm seconding you stephi,

Norman Bethune:
Educated in Toronto and King's College (London).
Worked / taught at McGill.
Volunteered in the Spanish Civil War and the Second Sino-Japanese War
The Norman Bethune College of Medicine at Jilin University is named after him, which is located in the city of Changchun, pronvince of Jilin, Coordinates: 43°54â²N 125°12â²E

I have a Google maps link if anyone's interested.


What can I say, we Quebecois have so much to offer to the rest of the world.