Official history of the canadian forces in the great war




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D.G.A.M.S., 143; officers detail

ed by, 149; avoids friction, 151;

approves Board of Officers, 174;

committee, tetanus, 264; on shell

shock, 276; solves differences with

voluntary organizations, 338; pro

vides clubs, 346; and the Cana

dian Corps, 380.


Waste Material : saving of, 308, 327.


Water: carried in ambulance. 71;

hot, in bottles, 135; potability of,

149, 236; the supply at Mudros,

296, 297.


Water Carts: supplied to 1st Con

tingent, 33; Canadian type, 45;

replacement of, 45; added to

equipment, 66; number in field

ambulance, 68; history of, 70;

and the carrying of chloride of

lime, 109.


Water Details: 130. 132.


Watt, Col. W. L.: O.C. No. 3 Field

Ambulance, 25, 36; orthopaedic

hospital, 208, 218; O.C. No. 15

General Hospital, 216, 222.


Weather, the: at Salisbury, 23, 27,

29; Festubert, 37; at sea, 41; at

a 2nd Div. review, 49; winter

(1915-1916), 54, 55; St. Eloi, 61;

August (1916), 75, 77, 78; Sep

tember (1916), 80; on the Somme,

90; October (1916), 91; Vimy,

98. 99; Hill 70, 100; Passchen-

daele, 103; at Mudros, 297; Hali

fax, 328; during March to Rhine,

396.


Webb Equipment: 32. 34.


Webster, Col. W.: O.C. No. 4 Field

Ambulance, 39, 54, 93; O.C. No.

12 General Hospital, 216, 219.


Wellington: and the civilian spirit,

2; and shell shock, 276.


428


INDEX


Wemyss, Rear Admiral, R.: 26.


Westcliffe: for facial wounds, 116.


Western Reserve University: Hos

pital, 44.


Western University: furnishes hos

pital, 44; No. 10 Stat y Hospital,

218.


West Indian Troops: suffered from

the cold, 325.


Williams, Sir Dawson: 165.


Williams, Col. E. J.: 215, 216, 221.


Wilson, Gen.: 198.


Wilson, Lt.-Col. F. W. E.: report

on unfits, 160; with Forestry hos

pitals, 223.


Wimereux: No. 1 Stationary Hos

pital, 31.


Winnipeg: school of military medi

cine at, 11; No. 4 Field Ambu

lance, 39; No. 10 and 12 Field

Ambulances, 63.


Witley: 137.


Wodehouse, Lt.-Ctfl. R. E.: 25, 219,

235, 238.


Women: French and Belgian, 76,

80; as drivers, 127; civilian, and

the nursing service, 227; as an

aesthetists, 228j as cooking in

structors, 306; rations for, 308;

and Red Cross work, 342, 343;

Red Cross provides homes for,

343; English hostesses, 345; re

turning as dependents, 402.


Workshops: remedial, 209, 398.


Wounded: care of. 6, 110, 132, 133,

149, 194, 210, 324, 335, 340, 394;

enemy, 64, 334; evacuation by

supply wagons, 69 ; convoys, 141 ;

distribution of, by classes, 163;

statistics, 248; and the Military

Hospitals Commission. 319; the

Geneva Convention, 319, 334; in

hospital at Armistice, 325; in


Halifax disaster, 327; provision

for, 383; evacuation of, Amiens,

386 ; evacuation of, at Arras, 391 ;

recording German, 391; hospitals

for, after Armistice, 396; number

remaining at duty, 396; number

of, 396.


Walking: Givenchy, 37; Somme,

87, 88, 89; Vimy, 97, 99;

Passchendaele, 103, 104; Am

iens, 387, 391; Arras, 389.


Wounds: treatment of, 105-117, 133,

136, 208, 209, 264-269; facial, 116;

paper by Sir G. H. Makins, 116,

117; self-inflicted, 278, 279, 396;

of the eye, 280; number and

nature of, 396.


Wright, Sir Ahnroth E.: establishes

laboratory at Boulogne. 107; in

troduces "inoculation" in S.

Africa, 255.


Wright, Col. R. P.: O.C. No. 1

Field Ambulance, 54, 93; A.D.

M.S. 1st Div., 144.


X-RAY: moveable apparatus, 114;

at Vimy, 122; total outfits, 129;

evolved by Mr. Wigny, 234;

method for locating bullets de

vised by Capt. Pirie, 234; slides,

314. (See also Radiography).


YOUNG MEN S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA

TION: 103.


Young Soldiers Battalion: 210.


Ypres: wounded from (1914), 30;

medical arrangements for battle

of, 35, 36, 118, 119; casualties, 35;

the asylum at, 61 ; prison (MJDJ3.),

102; poison gas first used at, 299.


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