In The Know: Military Medicine In World War I
Army doctors have wide responsibility, from selecting healthy recruits to preventing disease to caring for the wounded from the battlefield through long-term rehabilitation. The latest in the In the Know series features Dr. Sanders Marble, Senior Historian with the U.S. Army’s Office of Medical History, examining what the medical system did to preserve and restore health for the Doughboys.
Recorded February 21, 2016 in J.C. Nichols Auditorium at The National World War I Museum and Memorial.
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