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Inflictions Due to Gas - Laura Gamble - We were there

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Soldier with Mustard Gas Burns, ca. 1914-1918
Gas inflictions were extremely painful and could have lifelong after-effects. In most cases, nursing care was the only thing that could soothe the pain.

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