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November 8, 1930


JAMA. 1930;95(19):1439-1440. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720190051020

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International Assembly of Army Medical Services  The Belgian government held at Liége, July 18-21, an assembly of the heads of the land, sea and air departments of the army medical corps of the world for the discussion of the two questions: (1) creation of an international bureau of bibliography pertaining to military medicine, and (2) advantages to be derived from an exchange of military physicians in peace times. The assembly passed the following resolution, which has been forwarded to the governments of all countries: 1. It is proposed that there shall be organized, under the control of the permanent committee of the international congresses of military medicine and pharmacy functioning in Belgium, an international bureau of medicomilitary bibliography pertaining to the land, sea and air forces, which shall be at the disposal of all official services, in accordance with regulations to be established by the permanent committee, in accord with

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