WW1 Injuries

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
World War I
Grade:
9

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WW1 Injuries

Common Injuries-Gun Wounds-Burns-Stab Wounds-Toxic gas

16.5 million people died in total during WW1, that's military and civilian casulties.

Time Flys...The average life ecspectancy of a frontline junior officer was very short, ranging between 11 days to a fortnight.

BLINDNESS IN WW1

Poor hygiene was responsible for 35% of all casulties and deaths during the war, diseases broke out on a major scale in the trenches as most soldiers wouldn't have bathed in months.

Whilst many soldiers were killed by bullets and explosions, most were killed by the lack of hygeine or exposure to toxic gasses (i.e. Mustard gas)

WW1 Injuries


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