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7. United States Navy Medical Department at war, 1941-1945 (Volume 1, Chapters 1-6)

8. United States Navy Medical Department at war, 1941-1945

9. United States Navy Medical Department at war, 1941-1945 (Volume 1, Chapters 11-18)

10. United States Navy Medical Department at war, 1941-1945 (Volume 1, Chapters 7-10)

11. United States Navy Medical Department at war, 1941-1945 (Volume 2, Chapters 1-6)

12. United States Navy Medical Department at war, 1941-1945 (Volume 2, Chapters 10-12)

13. United States Navy Medical Department at war, 1941-1945 (Volume 2, Chapter 10-12)

14. United States Navy Medical Department at war, 1941-1945 (Volume 2, Chapter 13-16)

15. Ohio River pollution control: letter from the acting secretary of war, transmitting a letter from the chief of engineers, United States Army, dated May 4, 1943, forwarding a report, together with accompanying papers and illustrations, on a survey of the Ohio River and its tributaries for pollution control, authorized by section 5 of the River and harbor act, approved August 26, 1937 (Volume 1)

16. Ohio River pollution control: letter from the acting secretary of war, transmitting a letter from the chief of engineers, United States Army, dated May 4, 1943, forwarding a report, together with accompanying papers and illustrations, on a survey of the Ohio River and its tributaries for pollution control, authorized by section 5 of the River and harbor act, approved August 26, 1937

17. Ohio River pollution control: letter from the acting secretary of war, transmitting a letter from the chief of engineers, United States Army, dated May 4, 1943, forwarding a report, together with accompanying papers and illustrations, on a survey of the Ohio River and its tributaries for pollution control, authorized by section 5 of the River and harbor act, approved August 26, 1937 (Volume 2)

18. Ohio River pollution control: letter from the acting secretary of war, transmitting a letter from the chief of engineers, United States Army, dated May 4, 1943, forwarding a report, together with accompanying papers and illustrations, on a survey of the Ohio River and its tributaries for pollution control, authorized by section 5 of the River and harbor act, approved August 26, 1937 (Part 2, Supplements)

38. Industrial hygiene manual supplement: pictures of processes, processes, toxic agents, suggested control measures, health hazards

40. Industrial hygiene manual: industrial toxic agents, chemical formula and synonyms, principal properties, principal industrial uses, poisoning-systemic, maximum permissible concentrations of atmopheric contaminants

43. Industrial hygiene manual: industrial toxic agents, chemical formula and synonyms, principal properties, principal industrial uses, poisoning-systemic, maximum permissible concentrations of atmopheric contaminants (Manual)

44. Industrial hygiene manual: industrial toxic agents, chemical formula and synonyms, principal properties, principal industrial uses, poisoning-systemic, maximum permissible concentrations of atmopheric contaminants (Supplement)

47. Hitler as seen by his doctors (Volume 1)

48. Hitler as seen by his doctors (Volume 2)

55. Final report to the Secretary of the Army on the Nuernberg war crimes trials under Control Council law no. 10

56. Physical standards in World War II

60. Cold injury, ground type

79. Investigation of certain German medical schools

81. Interrogation of General Gerhard Rose: vice-president of the Robat Koch Institute, Berlin, chief consultant in tropical medicine to the German Air Force

85. Medical, dental, and veterinary education and practice in Germany as reflected by the Universities of Leipzig, Jena, Halle, and Erlangen

87. Interviews with Professor Doctor Werner Schulemann malariologist: formerly of Bonn University

88. Neuropathology and neurophysiology, including electroencephalography, in wartime Germany

90. Miscellaneous interviews on medical practice and research in Germany