TITLE: The Medical War: British Military Medicine in the First World War
Author: Mark Harrison

The first book on medicine in the First World War to provide wide-ranging geographical and thematic coverage of medicine. Considers the British Army’s medical responsibilities for non-British troops and labourers, principally those of the Indian Army and various colonial labour detachments. Parallel study of the author’s award-winning study of British military medicine in the Second World War (Templer Medal Book Prize, 2005)