Science and the New Army


    THE memorandum of the Secretary of State for War relating to the Army Estimates for 1920–21, which has been recently issued by the War Office “in amplification of the speech of the Secretary of State introducing the Army Estimates” (Cmd. 565, price 3d.), is a notable document in both its national and scientific aspects. It represents the introduction of a new attitude towards military and medical science, as is shown by the following quotations:—

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    Science and the New Army. Nature 105, 61–62 (1920).

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