This Section of WWI/WWW is concerned with all medical
aspects, military and civilian, of the Great War
- Medical, Surgical and Pathological This
section covers Influenza, Trench Fever, Lice, Diabetes in the pre-insulin era, Typhoid Fever, Military Surgery,
Sanitation and Hygiene, Venereology and Psychiatry.
- Gas warfare
- The American Red Cross Organisation in WW1
- Ambulance Services
- Veterinary Services
- Contemporary photographs and pictures
These include a series of sketches by Britain's first official War Artist, Muirhead Bone, illustrating the transport
of the wounded from the battle of the Somme.
- Diaries and Biographies
- Medical Statistics
- Bibliography prepared by Dr Andrew Bamji.
This was last updated on August 27th 2002
- The Death of Manfred von Richthofen A critical
analysis of the postmortem examination and a reconstruction of the probable events of Manfred von Richthofen's
- The report of the Surgeon of HMAS Sydney,
Dr Leonard Darby, to his commanding office following the engagement between HMAS Sydney and SMS Emden off the
Cocos Islands on November 9th 1914.
- The Medical Service of the 14th Imperial
Regiment, a unit of the Austro-Hungarian Army written by Dr Strauss, its last medical officer
- The Voyage of HMS Carnarvon, 1914-1915.
A Memoir by George H J Hanks, Sick Bay Attendant on board HMS Carnarvon in 1914 to 1915. SBA Hanks was on board
HMS Carnarvon during the Battle of the Falklands in Decenber 1914. The Memoir has been edited by his grandson,
Robert K Hanks Ph.D. (History).
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Last Updated: 12 December 2011