Hospital at War: The 95th Evacuation Hospital in World War II

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Texas A&M University Press, 2004 - Physicians - 158 pages
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The army's 95th Evac became the first American hospital to penetrate Nazioccupied Europe. Friedenberg, a young surgeon fresh out of his internship at the time, provides an insider's account of how these men and women fought tirelessly, under trying conditions, to salvage lives.
 

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Contents

Ch1 Preparing for War
3
Ch 2 Concluding theNorth African Campaign
13
Ch 3 Landing in theBay of Salerno
34
Ch 4 Stalemate in Italy
58
Ch 5 Anzio
77
Ch 6 Concluding theItalian Campaign
90
Ch 7 The French Rivierato Alsace
104
Ch 8 Peaceand a Job Well Done
127
Appendix A Basic Installation
141
Appendix B Group Commendations
143
Appendix C Statement of Service95th Combat Support Hospital
149
Index
151
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