ARMY & NAVY: Preview of Agony


On the principle that all men are brothers after their bodies are broken, a U. S. Naval physician and a Belgian Army doctor in 1921 conceived that military medicos should cooperate in peace to promote healing in war. Last week Captain William Seaman Bainbridge and Colonel Jules Voncken, founders of the International Congress of Military Medicine and Pharmacy, had a reunion in Washington with colleagues from 33 other countries.

Medical collaboration having fared better than other forms of international amity, Germans and Frenchmen, Britons and Italians, hobnobbed in great goodwill at their tenth Congress. Jittery Poland's, Estonia's...

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