Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1920. Third, Revised Edition. 377, tables, index, pgs slightly darkened, weakness to fr bd, foxing ins bds, ink name ins fr flylf, bds & spine stained & edges worn. Discusses the recruit and his environment, the causes of disease, and the prevention and control of epidemics (including venereal disease), and contains a supplement on the prevention of mental and nervous diseases. The author was a colonel in the Medical Corps, U.S. Army, and revised this book based on experience gained in World War I. Condition: fair.
Keywords: Military Medicine, Military Hygiene, WW1, Epidemics, Preventive Medicine, Veneral Disease, Mental Illness, Military Recuits, Military Camps