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November 1959

News and Comment

AMA Arch Neurol. 1959;1(5):573-574. doi:10.1001/archneur.1959.03840050107013

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"Medical Department, United States Army."  —The Historical Unit of the U.S. Army Medical Service is writing and publishing the series of volumes entitled "Medical Department, United States Army," which relate the history of World War II. The authors and editors of these books are among the outstanding medical and medicomilitary authorities in the United StatesThe Surgeon General of the Army is particularly anxious that information of the existence and availability of these volumes be circulated as widely as possible among members of the profession. The medical history of World War I did not fulfill its potential usefulness because so few medical personnel knew about it and had to learn, the hard way, the lessons spelled out in it. It is hoped that this will not recur in the unhappy event of another war.To date, 14 volumes have been published in a proposed series of 55. All of these

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