Thanks for the thanks chaps, see you at the bar for a chota peg!
As to Manchester United
.....the less said the better!
John Gilinsky, in my wanderings round the IA, I came across a copy of "The Psychoneuroses of War" by Roussy and Lhermitte.
Possibly interesting to your research is the "acceptance stamp" on the flyleaf here
No4 Canadian General Hospital Basingstoke, Registrar's Office, Mar 21 1919.
Now a quick google turns up this information
No.4 General Hospital with Colonel J. A. Roberts in command embarked at Devonport October 18, 1915 for Salonika, arriving at its destination November 9. A hospital with a capacity of 1,040 beds was erected on the Monastir Road, four miles outside of the city. In May, 1916, the hospital was transferred to the east side of the city to Kalmnaria site. In this position huts were provided, with a bed capacity of 1,040, which was increased to 1,540 in July, 1916, and to 2,000 in June, 1917. The unit operated until August 17, 1917, when it handed over to an English hospital, and proceeded in two sections to England. It reassembled at Basingstoke, on October 24, and took over the new hospital there, which became known as No.4 Canadian General Hospital.
The original bed capacity of this hospital was 1,040, which was raised to 1,540 in September, 1918, and to 1,840 in October. The hospital closed June, 1919, and sailed for Canada July 2, 1919.
This website has a brief history of the Basingstoke site Park Prewett Hospital
In WW2 the same site was used as a nuerological and plastic surgery hospital.
hope its of interest