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"Statistics of the World War prove, however, that war was, from the standpoint of mortality, not vastly different from other wars. In spite of the improvements in methods of killing by machinery,Nature managed to runup a higher score than the enemy's bullets and shells. The Surgeon General of the Army, at the request of The American Legion Weekly, has prepared the following figures for the period of the war, from April 1, 1917 to December 31, 1919."

     


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The American Death Record  (American Legion Weekly, 1922)

The American Death Record  (American Legion Weekly, 1922)

The American Death Record  (American Legion Weekly, 1922)

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