Doctors in the Great War, Ian R Whitehead.
A serious study of the role of the Royal Army Medical Corps and the
British medical profession during the First World War, looking at how
the small pre-war RAMC expanded to include over half of all British
doctors. Looks at a wide range of topics, from the structure of the
RAMC to the way it dealt with the new problems thrown up by the
fighting on the Western Front and the challenges to medical ethics
posed by a mass military.
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