Excerpt from The Doctor's Part, What Happens to the Wounded in War
These impressions of a Military Observer are the results of over two years spent by Colonel Church on the Western front as an Observer with our Allies and later on the Staff of the Command ing General of the American Expeditionary Force.
His service of twenty years in our army, includ ing duty on the Mexican border and with the First United States Volunteer Cavalry (rough Riders), in the war with Spain Where he won the Medal of Honor for gallantry under fire, well qualifies him for this important duty.
The author has presented in non-technical lan guage much information which will be of value to Medical and line officers as they go abroad on active duty with troops in France.
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