65th General Hospital collection, 1926-2002.


65th General Hospital collection, 1926-2002.

Contains personal papers, records, and memorabilia of the United States Army 65th General Hospital, a United States Army Medical Corps unit. Also contains a small amount of material from Base Hospital No. 65, a World War I-era installation of North Carolina physicians. Types of materials include official reports, newsletters, patient records, memorabilia, oral histories, photographs, artifacts, audiovisual materials, investigative notes, and short writings. Major subjects include Duke University Medical Center, United States Army, the 65th General Hospital, Base Hospital No. 65, World War I, World War II, war crimes, neurosurgery. Materials were created by Ivan Brown, Leo Alexander, Norman Ross, and O. Norris Smith.

12,000 items (12 linear ft.)

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United States. Army. Base Hospital No. 65

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Brown, Ivan W.

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The 65th General Hospital, a Duke-affiliated medical unit, was stationed near Botesdale, England during World War II from 1944 to 1945. The hospital was a designated specialty center for neurosurgery, thoracic and plastic surgery, burns, and hand injuries. Leo Alexander, a unit physician, later acted as a consultant to prosecutors in the Nuremberg Trials. From the description of 65th General Hospital collection, 1926-2002. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 59228446 Ivan...

Smith, O. Norris

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Duke University. Medical Center

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Residential psychiatric hospital located in Asheville, N.C. and partly operated by Duke University from 1944 through 1980. From the description of Highland Hospital papers, 1934-1980. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 60812123 Duke Health Sector Conferences (formerly known as The Private Sector Conferences) are a series of healthcare-related conferences hosted by Duke University Medical Center and Health System. From the description of Duke Health Sector Con...

Alexander, Leo, 1905-

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1905 Born in Vienna, Austria Hungary 1929 Received doctorate in medicine from University of Vienna 1932 Moved to Peiping, China to teach psychiatry and neurology at Peiping Union Medical College 1933 Emigrated to the United States...

United States. Army. General Hospital, 65th

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