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KOREAN WAR, 1950-1953


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MILITARY ASPECTS -- MEDICINE


CONTENTS


BOOKS


Holm, MajGen Jeanne. Women in the Military: An Unfinished Revolution. Revised ed. Novato, CA, Presidio Press, 1992. 544p.
The Fifties: Korea and the Cold War, pp 148-161.
Book call no.: 955.0088042 H747w 1992

Military Psychiatry: A Comparative Perspective, edited by Richard Gabriel. New York, Greenwood Press, 1986. 214p.
Korea, pp 49-51.
Book call no.: 616.85212 M644

Reister, Frank. Battle Casualties and Medical Statistics: U.S. Army Experience in the Korean War. Washington, U.S. Army Surgeon General, 1973. 172p.
Book call no.: R 951.9 R378b

Tunner, LtGen William. Over the Hump. Washington, Office of Air Force History, 1985. 340p.
Book call no.: 358.44 T926o 1985

U.S. Army. Center of Military History. United States Army in the Korean War: The Medics' War, edited by Albert Cowdrey. Washington, GPO, 1987. 391p.
Book call no.: 951.9 A741u v.4

U.S. Army. Office of Surgeon General. Battle Casualties and Medical Statistics. Washington, 1973. 172p.
Book call no.: R 951.9 R378b

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Deaths of American Military Personnel in the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Hearing...94th Cong, 2nd sess. Washington, GPO, 1976. 1 vol.
Book call no.: 355.0973 C749d 1976

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DOCUMENTS


Burch, Earl. Graves Registration: An Issue That Will Not Die. Carlisle Barracks, PA, 1986. 27p. (U.S. Army War College. Student essay))
Korean War, p 5.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-4 B947g

McCall, Susan. Lessons Learned by Army Nurses in Combat: A Historical Review. Carlisle Barracks, PA, 1993. 50p. (U.S. Army War College. Study project)
Korea, pp 14-17.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-83 M122L

Rand Corp. The Effects of War Casualties on U.S. Public Opinion. Santa Monica, CA, 1994. 2p. (Research brief)
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-90 no.18

Rand Corp. Problems and Observations Related to the Forensic Identification of Human Remains Repatriated to the United States by North Korea. Santa Monica, CA, 1993. 17p. (P-7820)
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-16 no.7820

Ross, James. Study of Vehicle Transportation Requirements for Hospitals at the Corps Level. Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 1990. 109p. (Air University. Air Force Institute of Technology. Thesis)
Korea 1950-54, pp 19-22.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39567-4 R824s

U.S. Air Force Survival Training School. Personality Adaptation in Survival: Case Studies of USAF Survival Evadees in Korea. Stead AFB, NV, 1956. 49p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 37153-5

U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Cold Weather Military Operations International Conference Proceedings. Burlington, VT, 1995. 1 vol. (Special report 95-9)
The History of Feet and Fighting Cold Weather Injuries, by Judith Robinson, pp 293-295.
Doc. call no.: M-U 37031-3 no.95-9

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. Analysis of Personnel Casualties in the 25th Infantry Division, 26-31 July 1950. Washington, 1952. 38p. (ORO-T-22-FEC)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.22 (FEC)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. Casualties as a Measure of the Loss of Combat Effectiveness of an Infantry Battalion. Washington, 1954. 46p. (ORO-T-289)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.289

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. Distribution of Combat Casualties by Causative Agents. Washington, 1965. 46p. (RAC-T-445)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.445

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. Fatigue and Stress Symposium, 24-26 January 1952. Chevy Chase, MD, 1953. 139p. (ORO-T-185)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.185

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. A Study of Battle Casualties Among Equivalent Opposing Forces. Chevy Chase, MD, 1951. 165p. (ORO-T-23-(FEC))
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 No.23 (FEC)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. A Study of Combat Stress, Korea 1952: Preliminary Report. Washington, 1953. 204p. (ORO-T-41-FEC)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.41 (FEC)

U.S. Army Operations Research Office. US Army Battle Casualties in Korea. Washington, 1956. 67p. (ORO-T-71-AFFE)
Doc. call no.: M-U 35044-2 no.71 (AFFE)

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PERIODICALS


Colihan, Jane. Military Medicine: How Our Wartime Experience Conquered a Wide Range of Problems from Hemorrhagic Shock to Yellow Fever. American Heritage 35:65-77 Oct-Nov '84.

Elder, Glen and Clipp, Elizabeth. Combat Experience (in WWII and the Korean War) and Emotional Health: Impairment and Resilience in Later Life. Journal of Personality 57:311-341 Jun '89.

Ewin, J. V. Fighting for Life in Korea. Asian Defence Journal No.12:92-94+ Dec '89.

Hinman, Frederick and Horak Mary. Diet and High-Altitude Flying in Korea. Air University Quarterly Review 6:57-63 Summer '53.

Long, Arthur. Disease Can Be Decisive (manpower losses). Army Information Digest 13:40-45 Nov '58.

Ludwig, V. E. Korea's Contribution to Medicine. Marine Corps Gazette 39:40-43 Jun '55.

Marshall, Robert and Rhodes, Charles. Korean Hemorrhagic Fever: Environmental Health and Medical Surveillance Measures. Military Medicine 155:607-610 Dec '90.

Smith, A. D. Air Evacuation: Medical Obligation and Military Necessity. Air University Quarterly Review 6:98-111 Summer '53.

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