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Arthur Anderson Martin - A Surgeon in Khaki: Through France and Flanders in World War I - 9780803234925 - V9780803234925
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A Surgeon in Khaki: Through France and Flanders in World War I

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Description for A Surgeon in Khaki: Through France and Flanders in World War I Paperback.
Considered by critics to be an accurate portrayal of frontline medical conditions, A Surgeon in Khaki is New Zealand surgeon Arthur Anderson Martin’s account of his experiences in 1914, early in World War I. Already a well-respected and widely traveled surgeon when war broke out, Martin joined the Royal Army Medical Corps. Under Field Marshal Sir John French, he served at Le Havre, Harfleur, and at the battle of the Marne. He marched to Aisne, to the new lines behind La Bassée, and finally to Flanders. During his entire service, he advocated immediate specialist surgery for the direst wounds, even ... Read more

Product Details

Format
Paperback
Publication date
2011
Publisher
University of Nebraska Press
Number of pages
322
Condition
New
Number of Pages
320
Place of Publication
Nebraska, United States
ISBN
9780803234925
SKU
V9780803234925
Shipping Time
Usually ships in 15 to 20 working days
Ref
99-15

About Arthur Anderson Martin
Arthur Anderson Martin (1876–1916) served in France and Belgium during World War I. Wounded at Flers during the Somme battle on September 17, 1916, Martin died in the base hospital that same night. Glyn Harper (Lt. Col., retired) is a professor of war studies at Massey University in New Zealand and was the commanding officer of the Military Studies Institute ... Read more

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