2 edition of Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War. found in the catalog.
Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War.
Albert S. Bowen
|Statement||by Albert S. Bowen ; prepared under the direction of Maj. Gen. M.W. Ireland.|
|Contributions||Ireland, M. W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||494|
The latest news, images, videos, career information, and links from the U.S. Army. Feb 01, · This book is the first in a series of 34 volumes on the history of the United States Army Medical Service in World War II. It has been published under the direction of the Surgeon General, Department of the Army.
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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, UNITED STATES ARMY. The volumes comprising the official history of the Medical Department of the U.S. Army in World War II are prepared by The Historical Unit, U.S.
Army Medical Service, and published under the direction of The Surgeon General, U.S. Army. During World War II, 73 officers of the United States Army Medical Department were promoted to General abcdfestivalgoa.com are listed below with their dates of rank, most notable duty assignment during the war, and their status as of late All of the titles in the U.S.
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Surgeon-General's Office, author; Lynch, Charles,editor of compilation. The medical department of the United States Army in the world war / prepared under the direction of M.W. Ireland. Medical interest in the battle casualty as to the type and anatomic location of his wounds, the correlated visceral damage, and the causative missiles has been in evidence since the earliest days of organized combat.
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