Soldiers wounded

WWII Russian Nurse Aids Wounded Soldier during Battle on Front. Orig Press Photo. Bundesarchive photos.

WWII Russian Nurse Aids Wounded Soldier during Battle on Front. Orig Press Photo. Bundesarchive photos.

WW1 - French soldiers carrying a wounded soldier through the mud of the trenches.

WW1 - French soldiers carrying a wounded soldier through the mud of the trenches.

Wounded soldier from WWI with prosthetic face made from tin    http://www.gilliesarchives.org.uk/pcofweek.htm

Wounded soldier from WWI with prosthetic face made from tin http://www.gilliesarchives.org.uk/pcofweek.htm

Soldiers searching by torch-light for wounded soldiers after a Rebel assault on Schwartz's battery during the Union siege of Fort Donelson, Tennessee. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division LC-USZ62-133797 The 10 Bloodiest Battles of the Civil War: Battle of Fort Donelson - The Battle of Fort Donelson was fought between February 13-16, 1862 in Tennessee. It was a victory for the Union forces with 17,398 casualties. Of those casualties, 15,067 were Confederate soldiers.

Soldiers searching by torch-light for wounded soldiers after a Rebel assault on Schwartz's battery during the Union siege of Fort Donelson, Tennessee. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division LC-USZ62-133797 The 10 Bloodiest Battles of the Civil War: Battle of Fort Donelson - The Battle of Fort Donelson was fought between February 13-16, 1862 in Tennessee. It was a victory for the Union forces with 17,398 casualties. Of those casualties, 15,067 were Confederate soldiers.

The First Battle of Ypres (October 30 - November 24, 1914) started the "Race to Sea", where opposing sides tried to outflank each other. The Allied troops were outnumbered and surrounded by the the Germans. They managed to occupy the "Ypres salient", but civilians casualties were common, as the city was shelled daily. When winter came, conditions became too muddy and rainy for any battle to continue and the battle was ended. The picture above shows wounded soldiers at the first Battle of…

The First Battle of Ypres (October 30 - November 24, 1914) started the "Race to Sea", where opposing sides tried to outflank each other. The Allied troops were outnumbered and surrounded by the the Germans. They managed to occupy the "Ypres salient", but civilians casualties were common, as the city was shelled daily. When winter came, conditions became too muddy and rainy for any battle to continue and the battle was ended. The picture above shows wounded soldiers at the first Battle of…

Old snapshot 1918 WW I World War I wounded soldiers, officers in military hospital Prague Czechoslovakia ORIGINAL vintage photo by PhotoMemoriesLane on Etsy

Old snapshot 1918 WW I World War I wounded soldiers, officers in military hospital Prague Czechoslovakia ORIGINAL vintage photo by PhotoMemoriesLane on Etsy

U.S. Army medic James E. Callahan of Pittsfield, Mass., tends to a wounded soldier in June 1967.:

U.S. Army medic James E. Callahan of Pittsfield, Mass., tends to a wounded soldier in June 1967.:

The indigenous people of Papua New Guinea saved hundreds of wounded soldiers in WWII

The indigenous people of Papua New Guinea saved hundreds of wounded soldiers in WWII

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