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medical department of the U.S. army in the world war

United States. Surgeon-General"s Office.

medical department of the U.S. army in the world war

by United States. Surgeon-General"s Office.

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Published by U.S. Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Respiratory organs -- Diseases,
  • Respiratory organs -- Surgery,
  • Wounds and injuries

  • Edition Notes

    Contains references.

    Other titlesPathology of the acute respiratory diseases, and of gas gangrene following war wounds.
    Statementprepared under the direction of Maj. Gen. M. W. Ireland. Vol. XII: Pathology of the acute respiratory diseases, and of gas gangrene following war wounds, by Maj. George R. Callender and Maj. James F. Coupal.
    ContributionsCallender, George Russell, 1884-, Coupal, James Francis, 1884-1935.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUH224.1917-19 .A3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 583 p.
    Number of Pages583
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17883662M
    LC Control Number29000008

      This Web site provides an introduction to the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence headquarters organizations, which are the Office of the Army Surgeon General and U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence headquarters. It is intended for interested members of the public, news media and Army Medical Center of Excellence beneficiaries.   The medical department of the United States Army in the world war (Volume 6) by United States. Surgeon-General's Office, author; Lynch, Charles, , editor of compilation.

    All of the titles in the U.S. Army in World War II series (the Army's official history of World War II - commonly referred to as the "Green Books") are listed in the following sections. The War Department. The Army Ground Forces. The Army Service Forces. The Western Hemisphere. The War in the Pacific. The Mediterranean Theater of Operations. ORDER OF MILITARY MEDICAL MERIT (02M3) World War I, L-M. Interesting Notes: Private Harry Liebeskind also earned the Distinguished Service Cross twice in WW I. Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army Sanitary Detachment, th Infantry, AEF Date of Action: 15 October

    ENGLISH, WALTER Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army Medical Detachment, 17th Field Artillery, AEF Date of Action: 17 June to 28 June, Citation: By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, (Bul. No. In World War II, 59, women voluntarily risked their lives for their country as U.S. Army nurses. When the war began, some of them had so little idea of what to expect that they packed party dresses; but the reality of service quickly caught up with them, whether they waded through the water in the historic landings on North African and Normandy beaches, or worked around the clock in /5().


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