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Epidemics resulting from wars.

Edited by Harald Westergaard.

by Friedrich Prinzing

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Armies -- Medical and sanitary affairs,
  • Epidemics -- History,
  • Medicine, Military -- History,
  • Military hygiene

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWestergaard, Harald, 1853-1936.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA649 P75
    The Physical Object
    Pagination340p.
    Number of Pages340
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14006658M

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Starting with three still unknown/unidentified epidemics (ranging from Classical Athens to the Battle Epidemics resulting from wars. book Bosworth in England), the book's chapters explore a plethora of diseases that spread through wars or significantly impacted wars. The book also examines how long-ended wars can play a role in the spread of epidemics a generation later, as seen in the 21st-century mumps epidemic in Bosnia, 15 to 20.

War Epidemics is a comprehensive treatise on the subject of war and disease in the modern era. The product of at least 20 years of extensive, exhaustive research in archives around the world, combined with detailed analyses of official military documents, this book reviews, catalogs, quantifies, and compares military and civilian casualties from war, civil disturbances, and their consequences.

Event Date Location Disease Death toll (estimate) Ref. Influenza epidemic: BC Babylon, or Babirus of the Persians, Central Asia, Mesopotamia and Southern Asia: Indian Sanskrit scholars found records of a disease resembling the Flu: Unknown Plague of Athens: – BC Greece, Libya, Egypt, Ethiopia: Unknown, possibly typhus, typhoid fever or viral hemorrhagic fever.

Down the ages, war epidemics have decimated the fighting strength of armies, caused the suspension and cancellation of military operations, and have brought havoc to the civil populations of belligerent and non-belligerent states alike.

This book examines the historical occurrence and geographical spread of infectious diseases in association with past wars. Epidemics Resulting from Wars Language: English: LoC Class: RA: Medicine: Public aspects of medicine: Subject: Military hygiene Subject: Medicine, Military -- History Subject: Epidemics -- History Subject: Armies -- Medical and sanitary affairs Category: Text: EBook-No.

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This book is published under the auspices of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. It is a historical survey of epidemics resulting from war, and especially of the incidence of such epidemics in the civil population. In his new book, “Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present,” Frank M.

Snowden, a professor emeritus of history and the history of. Epidemics may contribute to and arise as a result of conflict. The effects of conflict on infectious diseases are complex. There have been counter-intuitive observations of both increase and.

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