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The Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War

Books and Documents > The Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War

The Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War
(The Official History Series for World War I)

Charles Lynch,  Frank W. Weed, and Loy McAfee (Editors)
Washington:  U.S. Army Surgeon General's Office, 1923-29.

Volume  I

Charles Lynch, Frank Weed, and Loy McAfee (Editors). The Surgeon General's Office.  1923

Volume  II

Joseph H. Ford.  Administration, American Expeditionary Forces.  1927

Volume  III

Edwin P. Wolfe.  Finance and Supply.   1928

Volume IV

Albert S. Bowen.  Activities Concerning Mobilization Camps and Port of Embarkation.  1928

Volume V

Frank W. Weed.  Military Hospitals in the United States.  1923

Volume VI 

Weston P. Chamberlain.  Sanitation in the United States.
Frank W. Weed. Sanitation in the American Expeditionary Forces.  1926

Volume VII 

William N. Bispham.  Training. 1927

Volume VIII 

Charles Lynch, Joseph H. Ford, and Frank W. Weed.  Field Operations.  1925

Volume IX

Joseph F. Siler.  Communicable and Other Diseases.  1928

Volume X 

Pearce Bailey, Frankwood E. Williams, and Pail O. Komora.   Neuropsychiatry in the United States. 
Thomas W. Salmon and Norman Fenton.  Neuropsychiatry in the American Expeditionary Forces.  1929

Volume XI

Surgery (2 volumes)

 

  

Part 1  General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, and Neurosurgery.  1927

 

  

Part 2  Edward K. Dunham.  Empyema.
Robert H. Ivy and Joseph D. Eby.  Maxillofacial Surgery.
George E. de Schweinitz.  Ophthalmology (United States).
Allan Greenwood.  Opthalmology (American Expeditionary Forces).
S. J.  Morris.  Otolaryngology (United States).
James F. McKernon.  Otolaryngology (American Expeditionary Forces).

Volume XII

George R. Callender and James F. Coupal.  Pathology of the Acute Respiratory Diseases, and of Gas Gangrene Following War Wounds.  1929

Volume XIII

Part 1:   A. G. Crane.  Physical Reconstruction and Vocational Education.
Part 2:  Julia C. Stimson.  The Army Nurse Corps.

Volume XIV

Wilder D. Bancroft, H. C. Bradley, et al.  Medical Aspects of Gas Warfare.  1926

Volume XV

Statistics (2 volumes)

 

  

Part 1.  Charles B. Davenport and Albert G. Love.  Army Anthropology.  1921
Part 2.  Albert G. Love.  Medical and Casualty Statistics.  1925