B.L.A. Medicine

E. Bulmer
1945 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Lately Brigadier, Consuilting Physician, 21 Army Group; Honorary Physician, Birmingham United Hospitals FOREWORD BY Field-Marshal SIR BERNARD MONTGOMERY "I should like to take this opportunity to pay a tribute to the great work done by our doctors during the campaign in North-Westertn Euirope. It was often unspectacular work, as may be judged from the constantly recurring reports, 'Sickness rates remain low.' But as the result of the immense pains taken our great armies in B.L.A. were far
more » ... ier than the armies of the last war; this was achieved in spite of the fact that active large-scale operations continued at a high pitch throughout the campaign, and did not stop during the autumn and winter, when we experienced the worst. possible weather
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