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LYNCH, Charles F.

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UNITED STATES. War Dept. Surgeon General

The medical department of the U.S. Army in the First World War. Prepared under the direction of Merritte W. Ireland. Editor-in-chief: Col. Charles Lynch. 15 vols. in 17.

Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 19211929.

pt. 1. Demobilization, 1919, by C.B. Davenport and A.G. Love. 1921. pt. 2. Medical and casualty statistics based on the medical records of the United States Army, April 1, 1917, to December 31, 1919, inclusive, by A.G. Love. 1925. vol. XII. Pathology of the acute respiratory diseases, and of gas gangrene following war wounds, by G.R. Callender and J.F. Coupal. 1929- vol. XIII. pt. 1. Physical reconstruction and vocational education, by A.G. Crane. pt. 2. The Army nurse corps, by Julia C. Stimson. 1927- vol. XIV. Medical aspects of gas warfare, by W.D. Bancroft, H.C. Bradley [and others] 1926.- vol. XV. Statistics, pt. 1. Army anthropology, based on observations made on draft recruits, 1917-1918, and on veterans at J.D. Eby; opthalmology (United States), by G.E. De Schweinitz; opthalmology (American expeditionary forces), by Allan Greenwood; otolaryngology (United States), by S.J. Morris; otolaryngology (American expeditionary forces), by J.F. McKernon. 1924.-vol. VII. Training, by W.N. Bispham. 1927. - vol. VIII. Field operations, by Charles Lynch. J.H. Ford, F.W. Weed. 1925.- vol. IX. Communicable and other diseases, by J.F.Siler. 1928.- vol. X. Neuropsychiatry in the United States, by Pearce Bailey, F.E. Williams, P.O. Komora; in the American expeditionary forces, by T.W. Salmon, Norman Fenton. 1929.- vol. XI. Surgery, pt. 1. General surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery. 1927. pt. 2. Empyema, by E.K. Dunham; maxillofacial surgery, by R.H. Ivy and
Editor-in-chief: Col.Charles Lynch.

 

The text of the complete set is available from the U.S.Army Medical Department, Office of Medical History at this link.



Subjects: MILITARY MEDICINE, SURGERY & HYGIENE › History of Military Medicine, MILITARY MEDICINE, SURGERY & HYGIENE › World War I