Thursday, April 6, 2017

Shorpy Looks at World War I

The Shorpy Photo site has been running photographs from World War I the last month.  Most of these are in its aftermath and involving the nature of the horrors of war.

March 13, 2017:  DRESSING THE WOUND: 1918--  June 12, 1918.  "Dressing the wound.  American Military Hospital  No. 1 at Neuilly, France (Dr. Johnson)  By Lewis Wickes Hine, National American Red Cross.

March 14, 2017:  NICOTINE ANGEL: 1918--  June 24, 1918.  Representative if American Red cross Communication Service distributing cigarettes in hospital at Contrexeville, France."  Lewis Hine, American National Red Cross.

War Is About This.  Not All Glory.

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