This text is Crawford F. Sam's account of public health reforms during the occupation of East Asia and their significance for the formation of a democratic state in Asia following World War II. It also tells of the efforts to control disease among refugees and civilians during the Korean War. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
[Washington, General Commission on Chaplains and Armed Forces Personnel, 1969]
Book — 130 p. 19 cm.
Introduction: Chaplaincy rationale and support.--Reports and statements by religious agencies: Baptist General Convention of Texas, May
1961. Lutheran Church in America, No
v. 1963. National Study Conference on Church and State, Columbus, Ohio, Feb.
1964. United Presbyterian report on the military chaplaincy, May
1965. Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs, Jan.
1967. United Methodist Church, Dec. 1967.--Descriptive and interpretive essays: The chaplain and the structures of the military society, by R.G. Hutcheson, Jr. The chaplaincy in American public life, by E.F. Klug. The Jewish military chaplaincy, by A. Lev. The military ordinariate, by W.J. Moran.--References and rosters: Reading list (p. 120-121.) Roster of chaplaincy executives and endorsing officials for member denominations and related bodies. Listing of other chaplain agencies and offices. Historical rosters of chiefs and directors of chaplains, Army, Navy, Air Force, Veterans Administration, and Civil Air Patrol. Chairmen of the General Commission on Chaplains.