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A woman files fittings for a wing spar of an airplane 1918.

A woman files fittings for a wing spar of an airplane 1918.

Casualties of War - Facemask for very bad wounded man - The very nature of trench warfare proved diabolically conducive to head and facial injuries. This leaded to tremendous advancements in plastic surgery and facial reconstruction. However, not all surgeries were successful. It was grimly accepted that facial disfigurement was the most traumatic of the multitude of horrific damages the war inflicted.

Casualties of War - Facemask for very bad wounded man - The very nature of trench warfare proved diabolically conducive to head and facial injuries. This leaded to tremendous advancements in plastic surgery and facial reconstruction. However, not all surgeries were successful. It was grimly accepted that facial disfigurement was the most traumatic of the multitude of horrific damages the war inflicted.

Much to my amazement, awkward family photos occurred LONG before I was born.    Four men, Astoria, Oregon, circa 1910 by boobob92, via Flickr

Much to my amazement, awkward family photos occurred LONG before I was born. Four men, Astoria, Oregon, circa 1910 by boobob92, via Flickr

Photo Olive Edis 1876 - 1955

Photo Olive Edis 1876 - 1955

1944-Wounded troops of the 35th Infantry Division leave the front and head to a hospital in the rear area after having their wounds dressed at a unit aid station near Nancy, France.

WWII Wounded U.S. 35th Infantry Troops Head to Rear in Nancy Orig Press Photo

1944-Wounded troops of the 35th Infantry Division leave the front and head to a hospital in the rear area after having their wounds dressed at a unit aid station near Nancy, France.

1bohemian: “ William Noel Barnwell’s man, by Mary Olive Edis 1911 ”

1bohemian: “ William Noel Barnwell’s man, by Mary Olive Edis 1911 ”

A gallery at Cromer Museum dedicated to Olive Edis has some of her photographs and images on permanent display. Clockwise from top left: playwright George Bernard Shaw; the future Edward VIII; Ramsay Macdonald, Britian's first Labour prime minister

A gallery at Cromer Museum dedicated to Olive Edis has some of her photographs and images on permanent display. Clockwise from top left: playwright George Bernard Shaw; the future Edward VIII; Ramsay Macdonald, Britian's first Labour prime minister

1915 (Fortepan)

1915 (Fortepan)

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