List of Australian Army Medical Units in World War I - Infectious Diseases Hospital

Infectious Diseases Hospital

  • 1st Dermatological Hospital
  • 2nd Infectious Diseases Hospital
  • 3rd Infectious Diseases Hospital
  • 4th Infectious Diseases Hospital (Queensland)
  • 5th Infectious Diseases Hospital (Victoria)
  • 6th Infectious Diseases Hospital (South Australia)

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