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British Captain Colin Montgomery

Captain Colin Montgomery

November 16, 1944

Captain Colin Montgomery, brother of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, was Chaplain of the British Hospital Ship "Dorsetshire"...

Tags: Chaplains | Health | Ships | South Carolina | World War II
Wounded Soldiers Aboard Hospital Ships

wounded soldiers

1943-1944

Wounded soldiers were often transported back to the United States from battlefields all over the world in hospital ships...

Tags: Health | Ships | Soldiers | South Carolina | World War II
U.S. Hospital Ships

U.S. Hospital Ships

1944

Wounded soldiers were often transported back to the United States from battlefields all over the world in hospital ships...

Tags: Health | Ships | South Carolina | World War II
Malaria Control Bulletin

Malaria Control

1942-1943

This is the first edition of the Malaria Control in War Areas bulletin...

Tags: Georgia | Health | Malaria Prevention | World War II
Mosquito Experiments

Mosquito Experiments

1944

Mosquito experiments were conducted at the Carter Memorial Laboratory in Savannah, Georgia by the Public Health Service...

Tags: Georgia | Health | Malaria Prevention | World War II
No Greater Sin

"No Greater Sin" Movie Poster

1941

This movie about the dangers of venereal disease was promoted to military personnel by the Public Health Service...

Tags: Georgia | Health | Veneral Disease | World War II
POW Malaria Exposure

POW Malaria Exposure

May 5, 1944

Concern over the malaria problem extended to German prisoners of war (POWs) being assigned to side camps throughout the country...

Tags: Foreign Countries | Health | Malaria Prevention | Prisoners of War |
World War II
Hazards to the Health of Individuals Working With RDX

Health Hazards with RDX(B)

September 28, 1944

In September 1944, the Office of Scientific Research and Development published a 113-page report titled "Hazards to the Health of Individuals...

Tags: Health | Tennessee | World War II
Letters from the Field

Letters from the Field

1942-1943

Several TVA employees temporarily worked with the Public Health Service overseas to set up malaria control bases...

Tags:Foreign Countries | Health | Malaria Prevention | World War II
Conversion of Airplanes for Malaria Control in Greece

Malaria control

June-September 1945

The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) was an international agency which coordinated measures...

Tags: Foreign Countries | Health | Malaria Prevention | World War II