A Soldier without Arms: A Providential Tourist in World War II
By: David A. Kronick (author)Paperback
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In A Soldier Without Arms, author David A. Kronick describes his experiences as a World War II Medical Supply Officer at station hospitals in the United States, England, France, and Germany. The author's personal accounts provide a unique and fascinating firsthand view of the dominant historical event of the 20th century.
David A. Kronick is Emeritus Library Director of the University of Texas at San Antonio's Health Science Center Library.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 A Personal History Chapter 3 Induction into the U.S. Army Chapter 4 Basic Training Chapter 5 Becoming an Officer Chapter 6 Camp Livingston, Louisiana Chapter 7 The Advance Party to England Chapter 8 The Hospital at Hermitage, England Chapter 9 London at War Chapter 10 The Hospital at Lydiard Park Chapter 11 Serving as a Prisoner of War Hospital Chapter 12 A Short Course at Cambridge University Chapter 13 The Advance Party to France Chapter 14 The Hospital at Etampes, April-July, 1945 Chapter 15 The Hospital at Karlsruhe, August-December, 1945 Chapter 16 A Trip to Berchtesgaden Chapter 17 Redeployment and Returning to Civilian Life Chapter 18 References
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