For anyone interested in medical treatments over the last 112 years this is a journal for you. First issue is for 1903.
Of particular interest are the issues relating to the medical treatments during the First World War.
Of interest to family historians is the section relating to transfers of men within the RAMC.
There were also listings of birth and marriage notices as well as some obituaries.
So if you have an interest in medical procedures or you have family in the Royal Army Medical Corps you should really look at this journal.