This volume, like its predecessors, is prepared with the greatest attention to detail. It is well indexed so that any particular topic can be easily found. The first twenty chapters are devoted to the organization of the various subdepartments in the Surgeon General's Office; the next few chapters to various types of hospitals and the two chapters following on evacuation of patients to the United States. The final section is on medical departmental activities of the American Forces in France.
The volume is profusely illustrated with carefully prepared charts, maps and other figures.