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[Soldier facial injuries 35].

between 1914 and 1918

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

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Black and white photograph of an injured soldier with massive facial wounds. The soldier's head is bandaged and there are wounds on the left side of the face and neck. A metal support attachment extends downward from the head and attaches to supports that extend from the cheek and neck wounds. Bandages cover the spots where the instrument attaches to the face and neck.

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<p>Black and white photograph of an injured soldier with massive facial wounds. The soldier's head is bandaged and there are wounds on the left side of the face and neck.   A metal support attachment extends downward from the head and attaches to supports that extend from the cheek and neck wounds. Bandages cover the spots where the instrument attaches to the face and neck.</p>
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[Soldier facial injuries 35].

between 1914 and 1918

<p>Black and white photograph of an injured soldier with massive facial wounds. The soldier's head is bandaged and there are wounds on the left side of the face and neck.   A metal support attachment extends downward from the head and attaches to supports that extend from the cheek and neck wounds. Bandages cover the spots where the instrument attaches to the face and neck.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photograph : black and white ; 18 x 13 cm

ABSTRACT

Black and white photograph of an injured soldier with massive facial wounds. The soldier's head is bandaged and there are wounds on the left side of the face and neck. A metal support attachment extends downward from the head and attaches to supports that extend from the cheek and neck wounds. Bandages cover the spots where the instrument attaches to the face and neck.

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