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'How the Wounded Were Conveyed to the Hospital Ships', (1919). Creator: Unknown.

'How the Wounded Were Conveyed to the Hospital Ships', (1919).  Creator: Unknown.

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'How the Wounded Were Conveyed to the Hospital Ships', (1919). Scene from the First World War, 1914-1919: 'At the Dardanelles the hospital trains gave place to hospital barges, which conveyed the wounded to the magnificently appointed hospital ships, equipped with every appliance for the alleviation of the wounded - lifts, electric light, operating tables, and all the apparatus of the operating theatre ready at hand for immediate needs, and willing hands and brains to use them.' The Gallipoli peninsula in western Turkey saw heavy fighting, with many casualties on both sides. From "The History of the Great European War: its causes and effects", Vol. IV, by W. Stanley Macbean Knight. [Caxton Pulishing Company, Limited, London, 1919]


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  1. 0580065212
  1. 2-710-807
  1. 2710807

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Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 5674x3763
File Size : 62553kb

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  1. Unknown, attributed to: :
People Related
  1. William Stanley Macbean Knight: : Writer, author
  2. Caxton Publishing Company: English: Publisher, publishers, publishing
Medium
  1. Photograph
Geographic Hierarchy
  1. World
  2. --- Asia
  3. ------ Turkey
  4. --------- Çanakkale
  5. ------------ Çanakkale Boğazı
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