TrevorHH Posted 21 October , 2013 Share Posted 21 October , 2013 Does anyone have some information on the above events in 1914-15. I am researching the part played by 4 Mobile (Hygiene) Laboratory. RAMC. This was commanded by Lt (later Major) Myer Coplans RAMC and there are various references to the outbreaks in Dr Coplan's obituaries in 1961. I believe Myer Coplans and another member of the Unit Sgt Ernest Suckling were both mentioned in despatches for their part in the measures taken to control the epidemics. Many thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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