Book - Medical Officers in the British Army 1660 - 1960 (2 Volumes) by A. Peterkin and William Johnston

Book - Medical Officers in the British Army 1660 - 1960 (2 Volumes) by Sir Robert Drew

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Volume 1 and 2 hardback books of commissioned officers in the medial services of the British Army. Complied by A. Peterkin (1660 - 1727) and William Johnston (1727 to 1898) and Sir Robert Drew (1898 - 1960). Published in 1968 Volume 1 contains 638 pages and Volume 2  contains 452. These are useful reference books with biographical details of all medical officers serving in the British Army between 1660 and 1960. Both books are in good condition.

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Tags: Military Books, Books, British Army, Medical Officers

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