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History of the 318 Field Hospital has been timely written for the 100th anniversary of the United States' entry into WWI, the Great War. The story will take you from the early days in Georgia, Camp Oglethorpe, as the medical specialist begins to learn about army life, to the Camp Lee, Virginia, experience, where nonspecialists learn quickly how to become soldiers.  

Experience the journey across the Atlantic Ocean and into the northeast corner of France where men heard and saw the rigors of a horrific scene from their field hospital. You won't forget this firsthand account, from the story written by the solders, as they use humor to cover up what they actually saw and felt. As it is sometimes called, “humor in uniform”, will help you see their journey to and back from war, as they record life in the army.

©2017 Thomas Nelson (P)2021 Thomas Nelson

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