THE ROYAL NAVAL MEDICAL SERVICE VOLUME II OPERATIONS Official History of the Second World War – United Kingdom Medical Series

The second and final volume of The Royal Naval Medical Service War History deals with the medical aspects of the naval events of WW2, both afloat and ashore. It is a complete, and at times dramatic, account of the injuries that assailed the British Navy throughout the Seven Seas.
Topics include the events and losses of the Gloucester, Exeter, Dorsetshire, Cornwall, Hermes, Vampire and Hollyhock, the evacuation of Singapore, shipwrecked servicemen, the Boulogne raid 1942, Dieppe, Operation ‘Torch’, the Normandy landings, and ‘Kamikaze’ attacks. All are presented in reliable, non-scientific and readable terms.