WWI MEDICAL MEMOIRS AND DIARIES
From a Surgeon's Journal 1915-1918 The
wartime Journal of Dr Harvey Cushing, the famous neurosurgeon who
served during the war with the Harvard unit at the Ambulance
Military Memoirs of Dr Dark. 1915 - 1919 Dr Eric Payton Dark, MC. served in Flanders and was present at the
Battles of the Somme and Passchendaele. His account of his experiences as Medical Officer in charge of ambulance
bearers is published by kind permission of his son, Mr John Oliver Dark, who holds the copyright. Copies of the
original manuscript are in the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and gratitude is expressed for
making this manuscript available.
Doctor's Diary in Damaraland" by Dr H. F. B. Walker, An account of his military service in German South West
Africa. This book was published originally in 1917, it is illustrated and all nine chapters
the American Red Cross in Siberia in the World War." Chapters lX and Xlll from the book by Robert E. Speer:
"Lu Taifu: Dr Charles Lewis, M.D., A Pioneer Surgeon in China," NY: Board of Foreign Missions, Presbyterian
Church in the USA.
Grow" A Memoir by Dr Malcolm Grow, formerly Lieutenant Colonel in the Imperial Russian Army Medical Corps
describing his experiences as a Medical Officer in Russia during WW1.
- The Voyage of HMS Carnarvon, 1914-1915.
A Memoir by George H J Hanks, Sick Bay Attendant on board HMS Carnarvon in 1914 to 1915. SBA Hanks was on board
HMS Carnarvon during the Battle of the Falklands in Decenber 1914. The Memoir has been edited by his grandson,
Dr Robert K Hanks Ph.D. (History).
- The Diary of Dr Albert Franklin Sarver who served as a Medical Officer with the American Forces in France in 1918.
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Dr. M. Geoffrey Miller, Medical Front WWI original author. Site maintained by George Laughead Jr., manager, WWW-VL: United States History and WWW-VL: WWI History: The Great War, 1914-1918 .
Thanks to Lynn H. Nelson, founder of the Kansas Heritage Group. Updated: 10 April 2007.