Schiffer, Atglen, 1st ed., 1999. 152 pp., numerous photo-ills. Photo-laminated boards ; marbled e.p.’s ; 26 x 18cm. From the private collection of the late military historian, David Westwood, with some highlighting during his research, o/w V.G. This fascinating photographic chronicle of the German Army Medical Corps in World War II contains the following chapters : General Information – Training ; Peacetime and Wartime Service ; Structure and Tasks of the Medical Corps ; Medical Equipment and Devices ; Transport Means and Equipment ; The Army Mountain Medical School ; Icy Russia and Hot Africa ; Medical Corps in Action ; Doctors and Patients Report ; Hopelessly Surrounded in Action ; Rescue by Sea ; To the War’s End ; Statistics, Dates, Facts ; etc.