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January 22, 1927


JAMA. 1927;88(4):258. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680300044023

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Persons of Various Nationalities Who Were Listed as "Unaccounted for" During the War  The bureau of information of the Red Cross Society of the Netherlands has just concluded its efforts to account for foreigners, both civil and military, who disappeared during the war. The number of foreigners records of whose deaths were secured amounts to 6,950. In addition, there were 266 persons, most of whom were drowned, whose identity could not be established. The bureau sent lists of the identified dead to the various governments. To the governments that expressed an interest in receiving it, the bureau sent also as complete a list as possible of the unidentified dead. The first list aided in determining the fate of many persons who had been put down as "unaccounted for."

Deafmutes in the Dutch East Indies  The otorhinolaryngologic society has been considering the project of establishing in the Dutch East Indies a

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