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" ... coming out of the war unscathed, or at least not badly injured. Based on the mortality statistics of the allied armies, a soldier's chances are as follows: Twenty-nine chances of coming home to one chance of being killed. Forty-nine chances of recovering... "
Texas State Journal of Medicine - Page 210
1919
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Medical Herald, Volume 37

Medicine - 1918
...soldier's chances are as follows : Twenty-nine chances of coming home to one chance of being killed. Forty-nine chances of recovering from wounds to one...care at the front than at home. In other wars from 10 to 15 men died from disease to 1 from bullets ; in this war 1 man dies from disease to every 10...
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The Medical World, Volume 36

Medicine - 1918
...ninety-eight chances of recovering from wounds to two chances of dying; Has only one chance In five hundred of losing a limb; Will live five years longer because...freer from disease In the army than In civil life; Has better medical care at the front than at home; In other wars from ten to fifteen men died from...
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The Pacific Coast Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 29

Homeopathy - 1918
...years longer because of physical training. He is freer from disease in the army than in civil life. He has better medical care at the front than at home. In other wars from 10 to 15 men died from disease to one from bullets. In this war one man dies from disease to every...
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Medical Art and Indianapolis Medical Journal, Volume 21, Issue 7

Medicine - 1918
...soldier's chances are as follows: Twenty-nine chances of coming home to one chance of being killed. Forty-nine chances of recovering from wounds to one...care at the front than at home. In other wars from 10 to 15 men died from disease to one from bullets; in this war one man dies from disease to every...
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Alaska Railroad Record, Volume 2

Anchorage (Alaska) - 1917
...armies, soldier's chances are as follows: Twenty-nine chances of coming home to one of being killed. Forty-nine chances of recovering from wounds to one...care at the front than at home. In other wars from 10 to 15 men died from disease to 1 from bullets; in this war 1 man dies from disease to every 10 from...
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Commercial Stamp Trade Journal, Volumes 25-27

1916
...soldier's chances are as follows: Twenty-nine chances of coming home to one chance of being killed. Forty-nine chances of recovering from wounds to one...dying from them. One chance in 500 of losing a limb. \Yill live five years longer because of physical training, is freer from disease in the army than in...
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