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A history of medicine during the First World War, with a close look at the formation and operations of Base Hospital #28, the role of nurses and special medical. Reconstructive/Restorative/Plastic Surgery in the First World War. John Fairbairn Binnie, a surgeon who trained in Scotland, was a professor of Surgery at the Kansas University Medical School and was the surgical leader of Base Hospital # 28 in Limoges France. During this phase of. To the Glory of Maryland: Conservation of the World War I Memorial to of the United States involvement in World War I and Armistice Day on.

Page 1. Maryland and World War One. America's More than 11, African Americans from Maryland also served in the US military in World War I. The. Base hospital no. war diary. Publication: [United States: s.n., ]; Subject(s ):: Hospitals, Military Military Personnel World War I France United States. Army. Maryland in the world war, ; military and naval service records. Full viewv.1 (original from University of Michigan); Full viewv.2 (original from.

Page 1 SJ: World War I Memorial. WW I. St. John's College Annapolis. MD War Memorial Building. WW I. North Gay St. Baltimore. MD. "A Doctor's Diary in Damaraland" by Dr H. F. B. Walker, An account of his military "With the American Red Cross in Siberia in the World War. Before David John Markey opened his Frederick-based shoe and hat store, he coached the University of Maryland's football team for three seasons until When the United States declared war on Germany April 6, , men from Allegany, Garrett and Washington counties joined the American Expeditionary Forces.