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Mark Harrison, The Medical War
Jul 6 2011, 7:48 AM EDTMark Harrison, professor of medical history at Oxford, has written an excellent book on British military medicine in the First World War, making clear the numerous influences on medical care during wartime and by doing so explaining why there was such a difference between the medical care at the western front (in the eyes of Harrison: no collapse although by times stretched to the utmost) and Dardanelles and Mesopotamia: shambles. Do you find this valuable?
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