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Field Sanitation



WHEN the history of the war comes to be reviewed and all the marvellous achievements of our Army, none will be more noteworthy than the wonderful health record. This is, to a great extent, due to the work of the Sanitary Companies, and the volume under review, written by two of their officers, is intended to hand on the results of their, experiences and those of their colleagues. It is written in simple and readable form, and will make a very useful text-book, not only for the highly trained but perhaps less experienced sanitary officers, but also for the men under their command.

Field Sanitation.

By C. G. Moor E. A. Cooper, in collaboration with other Officers and Men of the 1st London Sanitary Company. Pp, viii + 220. (London: Baillière, Tindall, and Cox, 1918.) Price 2s. 6d. net.

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