Fighting on Two Fronts: Battlefield Medicine and America's First Pandemic During World War I, 1917-1918

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The mobilization and organization of both the U.S. Army's Medical Department and Navy's Bureau of Medicine contributed to the saving of many lives during America's involvement in World War I. During this time, the medical profession offered from the civilian sector a vast pool of lifesaving knowledge.

*With contributions by Rhonda L. Smith-Daugherty and Donald Barlow

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: 'A Revolution in Field Medicine': The U.S. Army Medical Department Mobilizes for War 1916-1917
Chapter 2: 'A Vital, Necessary Corps of Men': U.S. Navy Corpsmen and World War I, 1917-1918
Chapter 3: 'Edith Cavell and Vera Brittain': WWI Heroism and Disenchantment
Chapter 4: 'Our Unseen Enemy': The Spanish Flu
Chapter 5: 'Fighting on Two Fronts': A Conclusion

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