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An interesting World War I article concerning the doctors of all the warring nations and how they dealt with the filthy conditions of stagnant warfare and all the different sorts of wounds that were created as a result of this very different war:

"This is a dirty war. Gaseous, gangrene, lockjaw, blood poisoning, all dirt diseases...Colonel G.H. Makins of the Royal Army Medical Corps longs for the clean dust of the Veldt, which the British soldier cursed in the Boer War."

More articles about W.W. I trench warfare can be read here.

     


Trench Warfare and the Wounds That Were Inflicted (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

Trench Warfare and the Wounds That Were Inflicted (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

Trench Warfare and the Wounds That Were Inflicted (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

Trench Warfare and the Wounds That Were Inflicted (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

Trench Warfare and the Wounds That Were Inflicted (Harper's Weekly, 1915)

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