A Surgeon in Khaki

In the following pages an attempt is made to record, however imperfectly, some of the scenes, and the impressions formed, during those great days of 1914 when our army was fighting so stubbornly and against such odds in France and Flanders ...

A Surgeon in Khaki

In the following pages an attempt is made to record, however imperfectly, some of the scenes, and the impressions formed, during those great days of 1914 when our army was fighting so stubbornly and against such odds in France and Flanders [...]. The narrative includes my experiences at Le Havre, Harfleur, and the battle of the Marne, the march to the Aisne, the wait on the Aisne, the move across France to the new lines behind La Bassée, and the final move to Flanders not far from Ypres.

Boys in Khaki Girls in Print

H. S. Soutar , whose memoir A Surgeon in Belgium chronicled his three months
of service with the Belgian Field Hospital ... 4 A. A. Martin , A Surgeon in Khaki (
London , 1915 ) , 139 5 Henry Gervis , Arms and the Doctor : Being the Military ...

Boys in Khaki  Girls in Print

Generously illustrated, Boys in Khaki, Girls in Print is a scholarly yet accessible illumination of a hitherto untapped resource of women's writing and makes an important new contribution to the study of the literature of the Great War."--BOOK JACKET.

Fighting Fit

A.A. Martin, A Surgeon in Khaki (1915), pp. 9–10. The reason for doctors being
advised to equip themselves with revolver and sword was that they might need to
defend the wounded. H.S. Souttar, A Surgeon in Belgium (1915), p. 59. 'Extracts ...

Fighting Fit

The twentieth century saw two world wars and many other conflicts characterised by technological change and severity of casualties. Medicine has adapted quickly to deal with such challenges and new medical innovations in the military field have had advantages in civil medicine. There has thus been interplay between war and medicine that has not only been confined to the armed forces and military medicine, but which has impacted on health and medicine for us all. These themes will be examined from the Boer War to the dawn of a new century, and a 'war against terror;' the experiences of individuals as doctors, nurses and patients, are highlighted, with personal, sometimes graphic, first-hand accounts bringing home the realities of medical treatment in wartime.

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Check List of the Literature and Other Material in the Libra

M1740 . M28 Marchmont , A . W . Lady passenger . Lond . , 1915 . PZ3 . M332L
Marcosson , I . F . Business of war . N . Y . ... M27 * Martin , Alice . Sous les obus
et dans les caves . Par . , 1914 . Martin , A . A . Surgeon in khaki . N . Y . , 1915 .

Check List of the Literature and Other Material in the Libra

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A Check List of the Literature and Other Material in the Library of Congress on the European War

M1740 . M28 Marchmont , A . W . Lady passenger . Lond . , 1915 . PZ3 . M332L
Marcosson , I . F . Business of war . N . Y . ... M27 * Martin , Alice . Sous les obus
et dans les caves . Par . , 1914 . Martin , A . A . Surgeon in khaki . N . Y . , 1915 .

A Check List of the Literature and Other Material in the Library of Congress on the European War


Drill Book for the Hospital Corps United States Navy 1915

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. The the re 1 white cap . 1 blue cap . stored The
by thembar I cant 1 ha gear ... 6 pairs of socks , white , black , 1 suit blue uniform .
or khaki colored . 1 pair white shoes . 4 pairs of pajamas . 1 pair black shoes .

Drill Book for the Hospital Corps  United States Navy  1915


Books on the Great War

Author spent the great part of 1915 in France and Italy , and describes the great
events of which he was an eye - witness . ... 1915 . Rennes : Le Reveil
Hebdomadaire . 50c . Martin , Arthur A . A Surgeon in Khaki . 1915 . 290 pp .
Arnold . 10s .

Books on the Great War


Medicine and Surgery in the Great War 1914 1918

Medicine and Surgery in the Great War 1914 1918

Weltkrieg I / Medizin / Chirurgie / Ausstellung.

Doctors in the Great War

5 J.M. McLachlan, LC, Letters: letter 321, 3 April 1915. ... 17 General Sir Neil
Cantlie entered the RAMC in July 1914; was appointed to the rank of Captain in
1915; served throughout the War in France and ... Martin, Surgeon in Khaki, p.
133.

Doctors in the Great War

Doctors played a bigger role in the First World War than in any other previous conflict. This reflected not only the War's unprecedented scale but a growing recognition of the need for proper medical cover. The RAMC had to be expanded to meet the needs of Britain's citizen army. As a result by 1918 some 13,000 doctors were on active service over half the nation's doctors.Strangely, historians have largely neglected the work of doctors during the War. Doctors in the Great War brings to light the thoughts and motivations of doctors who served in 1914-1918, by drawing on a wealth of personal experience documentation, as well as official military sources and the medical press. The author examines the impact of the War upon the medical profession and the Army. He looks at the contribution of medical students, and the extent to which new professional opportunities became available to women doctors.An insight into the breadth of responsibilities undertaken by Medical Officers is given through analysis of the work of various medical units on the Western Front, demonstrating the important role played by doctors in the maintenance of the Army's physical and mental well-being. The differences between civilian and military medicine are discussed with a consideration of the arrangements for the training of doctors, and an assessment of the difficulties faced by doctors in adapting to military priorities and dealing with new challenges such as gas poisoning, infected wounds and shell shock.Doctors in the Great War will undoubtedly appeal to general readers, students and specialists in the history of war and society, as well as to those with an interest in the medical profession.As featured in the Derby Telegraph, Dover Express and Kent & Sussex Courier

Index Medicus

Index Medicus


University of wester

Martin : A surgeon in khaki . 1915 . Mendenhall : Tobacco . 1930 . Micks : The
essentials of materia medica , pharmacology and therapeutics ; 4th ed . 1947 .
Millard and King : Human anatomy and physiology ; 2nd ed . 1947 . Moran : In my
 ...

University of wester


List of References on Nursing in the European War and Training of Nurses for War Service

1915 , v . 78 : 1186-1197 . Nineteenth century AP4.17 , v.78 i 57 London ,
Malcolm , Ian 2 . War pictures behind the lines . Co. , 1915. 226 p . Smith , Elder &
D640.M35 58 Martin , Arthur A. A surgeon in khaki . London , E. Arnold , 1915 .
279 p .

List of References on Nursing in the European War and Training of Nurses for War Service


A Year Ago

Eye-witness's Narrative of the War from March 30th to July 18th, 1915 Ernest
Dunlop Swinton. A SURGEON IN KHAKI . By ARTHUR ANDERSON MARTIN , M
. D . , Ch . B . , F . R . C . S . Ed . , Senior Surgeon , Palmerston North Hospital ,
New ...

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