Doctors in the Great War

B1923

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The author has provided a very good and detailed account of how the medical profession, military and civil rose to the challenges of WWI. He discusses the differences between civil and military medical practices and structures.

This is a very important book because it not only provides fresh insight into WWI medical services, but it shows how the base of skills and facilities built to support future wars. The book will appeal to a wide readership, including those interested in expanding their understanding of WWI.

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