US Army in WWII: The Medical Department: Medical Service in the European Theater Hardcover Edition
The Medical Department: Medical Service in the European Theater of Operations is one of three volumes recounting the organizational and operational overseas activities of the U.S. Army Medical Department during World War II.
Graham A. Cosmas and Albert E. Cowdrey ably describe how the military medical system organized, trained, and deployed; how hospitals were built and supplies assembled and moved forward; and how casualties were treated and evacuated from the field of battle. The volume supports the proposition that the experience of medical personnel in war directly stimulates advances in medical science. The principles of medical organization remain of vital importance, the exploits of the doctors, corpsmen, and medical support units providing a model for the planning and organization of medical support in today's Army.
- Authentic US Army Publication
- Rare Hardcover Edition - Only One Printing Ever Made in Hardcover
- 652 Pages
- Includes Tables, Charts, Illustrations, Maps, Diagrams, and Photos
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