Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 24, Aun podrán servir (They can still be of use)
Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 25, Tambien estos (These too)
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American medic helping wounded half track gunner swallow a sulfa tablet before treating his wounds during the battle of Sened area, Tunisia
Wounded line the sands of a beach on the Normandy invasion coast waiting to be evacuated
Liberation of Paris: an American G. I. and German officer POWs
Chungking bombing: People stand by with white masks as a child lays on a stretcher in a ravine
Wounded American soldiers, some in litters and others sitting in the sand on the invasion beach of Normandy, await transportation to hospitals in Great Britain
Slapton Sands, Devon: American troops practice for D-Day landings with live ammunition, resulting in soldiers shooting each other
German medics discuss a wounded comrade at an American forward dressing station, and American medical men prepare to give a German prisoner plasma, St. Lo, France
An Algerian sits amid the rubble that a few hours before was his home. His head is bandaged because of an injury during a night air raid by Axis planes.
A nurse watches over a room full of wounded
Three nurses recruited for the Free French Army services in New York City dress the wound of a French soldier near Écouché, France
A modern Florence Nightingale, wearing the uniform of an Allied medical corps, gives first aid to a wounded soldier inside a hospital plane as it flies over Tunisia
Repatriated American soldiers, former German prisoners, wave at the welcome sight of the New York City skyline when the M.S. Gripsholm docked at Jersey City
Private James T. Johnson rates an individual therapy session of listening to music at Walter Reed Hospital in the Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C.
A New Zealand medical officer examines wounded German prisoners captured in the El Alamein area on the Egyptian battlefront
Serviceman wounded in Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor is carried from ship on arrival in Seattle, June
Wounded Italian prisoner of war helped ashore from a British destroyer at Valletta, Malta after being rescued from sea. Other Italian prisoners fill gangplank.
U.S. Army doctors and nurses treat wounded soldiers and civilians in an operating room tent in Sicily
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