Men line up at an army recruiting office in London in December 1915. British recruiters were shocked by the generally poor health of men who enlisted in the military during World War I.
Medicine was one of the most important geopolitical forces of the 20th century, and it will remain so in the 21st. On the eve of World War I, British military recruiters were shocked to discover how unhealthy their troops were compared to Germans (let alone Americans, Canadians, Australians and New...
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