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DEERING, William Henry (1848 - 1925), late Chemist, War Department

Department of War and External Affairs: The Anglo-Boer War and Imperialism

Tensions within an Industrial Research Laboratory: The Philips Laboratory's X‐Ray Department between the Wars

HARRIS, Charles (1864 - 1943), late Permanent Head of the Finance Department, War Office

HOLT-WILSON, Eric Edward Boketon (1875 - 1950), Commandant, War Department Constabulary since 1942

STILWELL, Joseph W. (1883 - 1946), on War Department Equipment Board, since Nov. 1945

Trench, Dudley Oliver (1901 - 1979), retired as Assistant Chief Constable, War Department Constabulary, 1964; late KRRC

Are Gulf War Veterans Experiencing Illness due to Exposure to Smoke from Kuwaiti Oil Well Fires? Examination of Department of Defense Hospitalization Data

Is Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or Fibromyalgia Associated with Persian Gulf War Service? An Examination of Department of Defense Hospitalization Data

Editorial Commentary: The Department of Defense Fights the Battle Against Antimicrobial Resistance: Can the United States Win the War?

THOMPSON, Julian Howard Atherden (born 1934), Visiting Professor, Department of War Studies, King’s College London, since 1997

MELLOR, John Seymour (1883 - 1962), Chief Constable, War Department Constabulary, 1928–52; Hon. Commandant of the Force, since 1952

WYATT, Thomas Henry (1841 - 1920), late Chief Civil Assistant in Quartermaster-General’s Department, War Office; Secretary, Army Railway Council, 1900–03

BRANDON, Vivian R. (1882 - 1944), lately Professional Officer, Ministry of War Transport and previously Mercantile Marine Department, Board of Trade, from 1927

BHALJA, Govardhan Shankerlal (1895 - 1948), ICS; Additional Secretary, War Department, Government of India, New Delhi, since Nov. 1944


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Organization established by Congress in August 1789 to oversee all elements of the conduct of war. In an effort to unify various military agencies under civilian control, Congress passed the ...

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