Briant K. 1962. Marie Stopes. A biography. London: Hogarth Press, pp. 91–92, 132.
Drummond JC, Wilbraham A. 1939a. The Englishman’s Food. London: First Edition. London: Jonathan Cape, p.520. Jack Drummond (1891–1952) was Professor of Biochemistry at UCL, and was one of the diners welcoming Starling back to the department after his opertion in 1920. He was murdered on holiday in France (the murder was never solved).
Drummond JC, Wilbraham A. 1939b. The Englishman’s Food. London: First Edition, London: Jonathan Cape, p. 522.
Evans CL. Reminiscences of Bayliss and Starling. Journal of Physiology 1964. (Lecture given 22 March, 1963).
Evans CL. Letters to EH Starling. May 20, 1916. Wellcome Library for the History of Medicine (CMAC. PP/CLE)
Haber LF. 1986. The Poisonous Cloud. Chemical Warfare in the First World War. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Haber makes little or no reference to the gas attack by Austria on Italy in June 1916 in which 4,000 Italian troops are reported killed, and which led to Starling’s tour of the Italian gas centers described in this chapter.
Hale-White’s obituary of Starling. 1927. British Medical Journal 1:941.
Krogh A. 1915. Letter quoted in Schmidt-Nielsen B. August and Marie Krogh. Lives in Science. American Physiological Society. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995, pp. 109–128.
Palmer A. 1999. The Gardeners of Salonika. London: Andre Deutsch, 1965. A very readable account of the war on this front, emphasizing its complexity, for each country involved had a different motive for fighting in this region. (Another useful source is Misha Glenny, The Balkans. London: Granta Books).
Starling EH. 2000. From a letter to A. Krogh in the Royal Library, Copenhagen. August Krogh Archives. Tilg. 459, 1914. Quoted by Henriksen, J. Ernest Henry Starling (1866-1927). Copenhagen: Laegeforeningens forlag.
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-. to Colonel Horrocks, Nov 7, 1915b. Wellcome Library for the History of Medicine. CMAC. PP/CLE.
-. to Colonel Horrocks, Feb 22, 1916a. Wellcome Library for the History of Medicine, CMAC. PP/CLE.
-. to General Atkins, May 26, 1916b. Wellcome Library for the History of Medicine. CMAC. PP/CLE.
-. to Merringham (?), May 29, 1916c. Wellcome Library for the History of Medicine. CMAC. PP/CLE.
-. letter to his mother Nov 9, 1916d. (Family collection).
-. Nov 27, 1916e.ai]-.Jan 3,1917a.
-. March 29, 1917b.
-.June 3, 1917c.
-.July 11, 19l7d.
Starling’s report on Italian gas June–July, 1917e. He found some good things and some bad things. Haber (q.v.) says that Starling’s report dismissed Italian facilities, which is not quite true (Public Records Office WD431).
Starling EH. 1919. The Feeding of Nations. The Oliver Sharpey lectures. London: Longmans Green and Co.
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