Ross was responsible for the prevention and treatment of malaria in Army camps in Eastern and Southern Commands in the South of England. Reports and statistics were forwarded regularly to Ross by visiting or resident officers at these camps. Ross himself made tours of inspection to the camps under his command. Each file in this section deals with one aspect of indigenous malaria or with indigenous malaria in one camp.
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- ReferenceGB 250 9/WO/3
- Dates of Creation1911-1920
- Language of MaterialEnglish