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August 20, 1932


JAMA. 1932;99(8):667-668. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740600059024

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Meeting of International Bureau of Medicomilitary Bibliography  The second session of the Office international de documentation médico-militaire was held at Liége, June 23-25. More than 200 representatives of twenty-six different nations, three of whom were from the United States, participated.The opening meeting, held in the Palais du gouvernement provincial, was attended by a large proportion of the diplomatic corps accredited to Belgium, and by the chief officials of the city and the province. Governor Priard in the welcoming address expressed his gratification at seeing assembled an intellectually élite body whose ideals are devoted to the love of peace. Colonel Voncken, of the army medical corps of Belgium, the next speaker, outlined the great task to be performed in order that their mission with respect to peace and human welfare, the international training of military physicians, and the formation of bibliographic collections may be fulfilled. Professor Mahaim considered then, in

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