Medic: The Mission of An American Military Doctor in Occupied Japan and Wartorn Korea

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The Mission of an American Military Doctor in Occupied Japan and Wartorn Korea

Crawford F. Sams

Edited, with an
Introduction and Notes, by
Zabelle Zakarian

An East Gate Book

M.E. Sharpe Armonk, New York London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Acknowledgments xvi
  • Chronology of Sams's Life and Work xvii
  • Preface 3
  • The Move 5
  • Japan *
  • 1 - The Perimeter 9
  • 2 - Tokyo 25
  • 3 - The Decision: Scap 32
  • 4 - First Reconnaissance of Japan 44
  • 5 - Food Relief and Nutrition 54
  • 6 - The Reorganization of Health and Welfare 68
  • 7 - Statistics: a Health and Welfare Tool 77
  • 8 - The Preventive Medicine Program, Part I: Controlling Wildfire Diseases 81
  • 9 - The Preventive Medicine Program, Part Ii: Environmental Sanitation and Viral Diseases 92
  • 10 - The Preventive Medicine Program, Part Iii: Treatment and Prevention 102
  • 11 - The Veterinarians 114
  • 12 - Medicine and Dentistry 120
  • 13 - Pharmacy and the Pharmaceutical Industry 132
  • 14 - Nursing 140
  • 15 - Hospitals 144
  • 16 - The Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission 150
  • 17 - Narcotic's Control 153
  • 18 - Welfare 157
  • 19 - Social Security 167
  • 20 - The Communist Activities 174
  • 21 - The Big Question 183
  • 22 - Summation of the Occupation 188
  • 23 - Life in Japan 189
  • Korea 201
  • 24 - 1945-1948 203
  • 25 - 1950-1951 209
  • 26 - The Breakout 223
  • 27 - North Korea 231
  • 28 - The New War 236
  • 29 - A Complication 243
  • 30 - A Korean Episode 246
  • 31 - The Relief of General Macarthur 255
  • 32 - The Twenty-Second of April Offensive 258
  • Coming Home *
  • Notes 265
  • Appendix I - Editorial Decisions 295
  • Appendix II - Photographs 299
  • Index 301
  • About the Editor 313
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