"War Office: First World War Representative Medical Records of Servicemen" is a collection of records of soldiers' admission to, or discharge from, hospital in the First World War.
After the war most medical and hospital records were destroyed. The rest were given by the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) to the Ministry Of Health. Just a representative selection (no more that two per cent of the total) remain, housed at the National Archives, where they are coded MH106
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