First Aid for Fighting Men.
[London]: Sifton, Praed & Co., Ltd / The War Office, 1943. 6 x 3 inches. Eight-panel brochure. Tan paper printed in black. B&w illustrations. Some details of illustrations on outer panels neatly colored in with crayon and ink; trimmed slightly unevenly; minor wear. Very Good.
A brutally honest first aid guide for soldiers, containing instructions about how to stop bleeding ("A man bleeds to death very quickly. Stop it with your hands. There is no time to wash. Put your fist into the wound..."), apply tourniquets and splints, carry a wounded comrade during battle, when and when not to give a wounded man a drink, treating gas exposure and phosporous burns, and above all to maintain "courage in the presence of a wounded man. First Aid can save a situation and save a friend."
OCLC locates six holdings, all published in different years than this one.