Medical services, surgery of the war

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H.M.S.O. , London
Other titlesSurgery of the war
Statementedited by Sir W.G. Macpherson, Sir A.A. Bowlby, Sir Cuthbert Wallace, and Sir Crisp English.
SeriesHistory of the great war based on official documents
ContributionsBowlby, Anthony A. Sir, 1855-1929., Wallace, Cuthbert Sidney, Sir, 1867-, English, Thomas Crisp, Sir, 1878-
LC ClassificationsUH258.1914 .M35
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL28749M
LC Control Numbersg 22000177

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