This Canadian official photo shows wounded German prisoners being treated just behind the lines
In a French town held by the Germans only a few hours before the picture was taken, Allied and enemy wounded receive first aid at an emergency dressing station
A medical officer is dressing the wounds of a British Tommy at a dressing station on a battlefield in France
General John Pershing is using British tanks with American crews in his present drive into the German lines. A British tank is going into action.
German prisoners carrying wounded on a stretcher stoop to avoid being hit by the flying pieces of a shell that exploded near by
Germans captured in a recent drive on the Western Front carry wounded soldiers to the rear. They pass a detachment of British machine gunners in a captured trench.
Red Cross nurses are treating the wounded at a field dressing station somewhere in France
Wounded Americans who have recovered sufficiently to be sent home are placed on hospital trains at the Royal Base Hospital for shipment to debarkation points
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Last updated: 01/18/2022