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[Soldier facial injuries 9].

between 1914 and 1918

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photograph : black and white ; 13 x 18 cm

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Black and white photograph of an injured soldier with facial wounds posing at two different angles. There is a bullet wound on the patient's left cheek which has caused significant trauma to the face. It appears the bullet entered near the ear and exited near the nose. There is a piece of metal inside the wound, extending from the entry point to the exit point.

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<p>Black and white photograph of an injured soldier with facial wounds posing at two different angles. There is a bullet wound on the patient's left cheek which has caused significant trauma to the face.  It appears the bullet entered near the ear and exited near the nose. There is a piece of metal inside the wound, extending from the entry point to the exit point.</p>
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[Soldier facial injuries 9].

between 1914 and 1918

<p>Black and white photograph of an injured soldier with facial wounds posing at two different angles. There is a bullet wound on the patient's left cheek which has caused significant trauma to the face.  It appears the bullet entered near the ear and exited near the nose. There is a piece of metal inside the wound, extending from the entry point to the exit point.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photograph : black and white ; 13 x 18 cm

ABSTRACT

Black and white photograph of an injured soldier with facial wounds posing at two different angles. There is a bullet wound on the patient's left cheek which has caused significant trauma to the face. It appears the bullet entered near the ear and exited near the nose. There is a piece of metal inside the wound, extending from the entry point to the exit point.

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