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Material in this book was originally published in Turkish in Salgn Hastalklardan lmler,. Ankara: Trk tarih Kurumu,. Includes bibliographical references and index. World War, Health aspectsTurkey.
World War, Medical care Turkey. SoldiersHealth and hygieneTurkeyHistoryth century. OrduMedical careHistory. Public health TurkeyHistoryth century. Communicable diseasesTurkeyHistory. Casualties of the Fifth Expeditionary Force that occurred during its journey to the front The Latin Turkish alphabet, introduced by Atatrk in , is an extremely clear and consistent one. Most of the letters sound very similar to their English equivalents, with the following exceptions:.
Both are correct. The stress on a Turkish word usually comes on the last syllable, and this is always the case with the names of people: Kemal, Tevfik, Hasan. Hence, I would kindly like to thank each one for their invaluable help, hospitality, and encouragement. None of these people, of course, bears any responsibility for my views as expressed in this volume.
I accept full and exclusive responsibility for all opinions expressed throughout the work. Post on Sep 37 views. Category: Documents 2 download. Hakan Yavuz, series editor All rights reserved. Interior printed on recycled paper with post-consumer content. Introduction 1 2. Between Two Fires 10 3. Under the Crescent 28 4. Epidemic Disaster 50 5.
Ordeal with Diseases 68 6. Unburied Corpses 7. Unexpected Results 8. Unarmed Warriors 9. Casualties occurring in some wars before 5 2. Casualties in the Crimean War 13 2. Cholera epidemic 19 2. Casualties of the Fifth Expeditionary Force that occurred during its journey to the front 37 4. Casualties of Sarkam disaster 52 4. Red Cross hospital admissions records 55 4.
Death causes of the Ottoman medical officers 57 4. The months of deaths of the Ottoman medical officers 58 5. Number of sick in a British brigade 72 5. The numbers of ill and wounded treated in hospitals in Akba and Akdere 74 5.
Deaths from dysentery in the 3rd Army 80 5. Deaths from tetanus in the 3rd Army 81 5. Deaths from erysipelas in the 3rd Army 81 5. Laboratories in the army stations in Mosul, Kirkuk, Shikrat, and Nusaybin 90 figures and Tables ix 5.
Deaths from influenza in some countries 93 5. Deaths as found in the records of zmir municipality 95 5. Data relevant to various diseases encountered in Aydn Province March 97 5. The epidemics and deaths in Turkey 6. French, German, Belgian and American death ratios 6. Total war casualties according to Cruttwell 6. Total war casualties according to Colonel Butler 6. Austro-Hungarian casualties 6. French casualties 6. British army hospital admissions in November 6.
Casualties suffered up to October 6. German casualties according to Colonel Butler 6. US Army fatalities 6. Bulgarian casualties 6. Casualties of Ottoman Empire according to a British source 6. Total casualties of the Ottoman armies 6. Deaths in the nine Ottoman armies 6.
Distribution of deaths by various diseases 6. Ottoman military casualties according to hospital records 6. Deaths in hospitals among the 1st Army units 6.
Deaths in hospitals among the 2nd Army units 6. Deaths in hospitals among the 3rd Army units 6. Deaths in hospitals among the 4th Army units 6. Deaths in hospitals among the 5th Army units 6. Deaths in hospitals among the 6th Army units 6. Deaths in hospitals among the 7th Army units x figures and Tables 6.
Deaths in hospitals 6. The ill and wounded in the 3rd Army 6. Admissions to hospitals from the 3rd Army 7. Infectious diseases and deaths recorded in Pozanti hospitals August July 7.
Deaths in the 6th Army attributed to recurrent fever 7. Deaths in Baghdad and Mosul attributed to typhoid 8. The medical officers shown according to their ranks 8. Most of the letters sound very similar to their English equivalents, with the following exceptions: c j as in join. However, place names regularly have the stress on the first syllable: Ankara, Erzurum, Elaz.
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