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Psychiatry and military manpower policy : a reappraisal of the experience in World War II / by Eli Ginzberg, John L. Herma and Sol W. Ginsburg
Bib ID 1670656
Format BookBook
Author
Ginzberg, Eli, 1911-
 
Description New York : King's Crown Press, Columbia University, 1953 
66 p. 
Series

Human resources studies.

Notes

At head of title: Graduate School of Business, Columbia University.

Subjects Military psychiatry -- United States.  |  World War, 1939-1945 -- Manpower -- United States.  |  Military Psychiatry -- United States.
Other authors/contributors Herma, John L  |  Ginsburg, Sol W  |  Columbia University. Graduate School of Business

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