The Society for the History Of Navy Medicine is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Naval Institute Press to underwrite the conversion of the following Navy Medicine History books (many out of print) into eBooks:
Battle Station Sick Bay: Navy Medicine in World War II by Jan K. Herman
Navy Medicine Under Sail by Zachary B. Friedenberg
Ruff’s War: A Navy Nurse on the Frontline in Iraq by CDR Cheryl Lynne Ruff, USN (Ret.) and CDR K. Sue Rope, USN (Ret.)
Ship’s Doctor by CAPT Terrence Riley, Medical Corps, USN
Station Hospital Saigon: A Navy Nurse in Vietnam 1963-1964 by LCDR Bobbi Hovis, NC, USN (Ret.)
What a Way to Spend the War: Navy Nurse POWs in the Philippines by Dorothy Still Danner
The good news is that we have the money to convert these books into eBooks to reach a new generations of readers. The BAD news is that it is in your pockets!
Please consider a gift today to our Society in order to convert these fabulous books into eBooks. All gifts to our Society are 100% tax deductible. Not a penny will be spent on overhead either!
Once you and I have reached our goal of $3,000, our Society will issue a check to the Naval Institute to begin converting these titles into eBooks. This is a win win for both our Society and the Naval Institute! Be sure to forward this post to friends of navy medicine history. Thank you!