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September 12, 1942

SPECIAL NEWS

JAMA. 1942;120(2):137-138. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830370049017

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Abstract

Health Under Hitler.—  According to the Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm, of July 6, thousands of wounded Germans are being transported to Norway and the Norwegians turned out of hospitals to make room for them. Practically every hospital in the interior is requisitioned for the Germans, and the Norwegian patients are sent to school buildings which have been prepared for them. It was estimated that the transfer of patients would take until the end of July, during which period the hospitals will hardly be able to function. The press announces that civilian sick cannot be accepted for hospital treatment before the end of July, since the German defense forces have requisitioned the hospitals. According to the Rjukan Dagblad of July 1, after the German wehrmacht's requisitioning of Tolmark County Hospital it was decided that the patients must move to Soere Agricultural School, Ulofoss.The Neues Wiener Tagblatt of July 4 describes the journey of

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