A History of Dentistry in the US Army to World War II
A detailed history of the development of military dentistry in the United States, from beginnings in the early 17th century, through the professionalization of dentistry in the 19th century, dental care on both sides of the Civil War, the establishment of the US Army Dental Corps in 1909, and the expansion of the Corps through World War I and afterward, to the verge of the Second World War.
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Continuing Efforts to Create a Commissioned
The Struggle for a Commissioned Corps Continues 19051908
An Army Dental Corps at Last 19091911
From a New Corps to a World War 19111917
Preparing the Dental Corps for France 19171918
The Dental Service in the American Expeditionary Forces in France
The Dental Service in the American Expeditionary Forces in
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