The war on malaria and Nora Heysen's documentation of Australian medical research through art between 1943 and 1945
• With the expansion of the Second World War into the Pacific in 1941, and due to the deleterious impact of malarial infection on fighting capacity, the Australian Army devoted significant resources to new research into the prevention and treatment of m
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