Frontline Pharmacy: Letters from the First World War 1914-1918
During the First World War the two British pharmacy journals, the Chemist & Druggist and the Pharmaceutical Journal, continued to be published on a weekly basis. They acted as an important forum for the sharing of news and important information, for recording the movements of pharmacy individuals, and reporting those killed, injured or captured. Pharmacists on active service, in training, or serving the community at home, as well as other groups working alongside them, wrote letters describing their thoughts and experiences. This short communication describes four of the letters that were published during the course of the war.
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