Medical Services in the First World War
By Susan Cohen
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The number of wounded in the First World War was unprecedented, and inadequate military planning presented the medical and voluntary community with huge and daunting challenges.
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Medical Services in the First World War
Shire Publications
10 March 2014
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20.36 MB
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Military History

Author Biography

Susan Cohen is an historian with a wide interest in twentieth-century British social history and refugee studies. She has written and lectured widely on a variety of subjects. She has written The District Nurse, The Women's Institute, The Scouts and The Salvation Army for Shire.