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CRISIS FLEETING

Original Reports on Military Medicine in India and Burma
in the Second World War

Compiled and edited by
JAMES H. STONE

OFFICE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON, D.C., 1969

 


The Historical Unit, United States Army Medical Department

Colonel ROBERT S. ANDERSON, MC, USA, Director
CHARLES J. SIMPSON, Executive Officer
HAZEL G. HINE, Chief, Administrative Branch
ERNEST ELLIOTT, Jr., Chief, Editorial Branch
RODERICK M. ENGERT, Chief, General Reference and Research Branch
ROSE C. ENGELMAN, Ph. D., Chief, Historians Branch
GERALDINE B. SITES, Acting Chief, Information Activities Branch
Lieutenant Colonel JOSEPH ISRAELOFF, MSC, USA, Chief, Special Projects Branch

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 76-600575

 


For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402 - Price $3.75 (Buckram)

 


To the Men and Women of the U.S. Army Medical Services
in India and Burma

 


Life is short, Art is Long:
Crisis fleeting, Experiment risky, Decision difficult.

                          -Hippocratean Aphorism

 


CONTENTS

FOREWORD

PREFACE

Book One

North Tirap Log: A Record of Patience (Robert W. Fromant, John L. Savage, Paul E. Lotze, and Donald C. Everingham)

Book Two

Chinese Liaison Detail: A Record of Tolerance (Walter S. Jones, M.D.)

Book Three

The Diary of Colonel John M. Tamraz, MC: A Record of Trial and Error

Book Four

With Wingate's Chindits: A Record of Heedless Valor (Major General W. J. Officer)

Book Five

The Marauders and the Microbes: A Record of Righteous Indignation (James E. T. Hopkins, M.D., Henry G. Stelling, M.D., and Tracy S. Voorhees)

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