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World War II: The Home Front

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World War II: The Home Front


Click for a larger image; Marion Greenwood, Advanced Reconditioning, England General Hospital, Atlantic City, 1944. A shoulder wheel used after arm and shoulder injuries.

Marion Greenwood, Advanced Reconditioning, England General Hospital, Atlantic City, 1944. A shoulder wheel used after arm and shoulder injuries.

Click for a larger image; Marion Greenwood, The Dental Front, England General Hospital, Atlantic City, 1944. Having survived the battlefront they must now face the dentist!

Marion Greenwood, The Dental Front, England General Hospital, Atlantic City, 1944. Having survived the battlefront they must now face the dentist!

Click for a larger image; Marion Greenwood, SpeedingRecovery, AtlanticCity, 1944. Physical therapy following surgery

Marion Greenwood, SpeedingRecovery, AtlanticCity, 1944. Physical therapy following surgery.

Click for a larger image; Marion Greenwood, Occupational Therapy, Atlantic City, 1944. A wounded soldier weaves a belt with the aid of an apparatus designed to exercise his injured arm.

Marion Greenwood, Occupational Therapy, Atlantic City, 1944. A wounded soldier weaves a belt with the aid of an apparatus designed to exercise his injured arm.

Click for a larger image; Marion Greenwood, X-ray of Head Before Operation.

Marion Greenwood, X-ray of Head Before Operation.

Click for a larger image; Ernest Fiene, Life Giving Plasma. Drawing off plasma from blood cells.

Ernest Fiene, Life Giving Plasma. Drawing off plasma from blood cells.

Click for a larger image; Francis Criss, Inspecting Food, Washington, DC.

Francis Criss, Inspecting Food, Washington, DC.

Click for a larger image; Francis Criss, Making Typhoid Vaccine, Washington, DC. Production of Typhoid vaccine in an army laboratory. In the Second World War, typhoid was nearly nonexistent among American forces.

Francis Criss, Making Typhoid Vaccine, Washington, DC. Production of Typhoid vaccine in an army laboratory. In the Second World War, typhoid was nearly nonexistent among American forces.

Click for a larger image; Francis Criss, Malaria Control, Washington, DC.

Francis Criss, Malaria Control, Washington, DC.

Click for a larger image; Francis Criss, Mind Reader, Washington, DC.

Francis Criss, Mind Reader, Washington, DC.

Click for a larger image; Franklin Boggs, Return to the Golden Gate, San Francisco, 1944. 

Franklin Boggs, Return to the Golden Gate, San Francisco, 1944. 

Click for a larger image; Fred Shane, Training School Nazi, Carlisle Barracks, PA 1944.

Fred Shane, Training School Nazi, Carlisle Barracks, PA 1944.

Click for a larger image; Fred Shane, Men Without Guns, Carlisle Barracks, PA 1944.

Fred Shane, Men Without Guns, Carlisle Barracks, PA 1944.

Click for a larger image; Fred Shane, Water Chlorination, Carlisle Barracks, PA 1944.

Fred Shane, Water Chlorination, Carlisle Barracks, PA 1944.

Click to enlarge; Fred Shane, Steel Coffin, Carlisle Barracks, PA 1944. Demonstration of the use of a harness to assist in the problematic removal of casualties from tanks.

Fred Shane, Steel Coffin, Carlisle Barracks, PA 1944. Demonstration of the use of a harness to assist in the problematic removal of casualties from tanks.

Click to enlarge; John Stuart Curry, Collecting Station, CampBarkeley, TX,1944.

John Stuart Curry, Collecting Station, CampBarkeley, TX,1944.

Click to enlarge; Joseph Hirsch, Nurse in Newfoundland. A nurse going to her post at 6 A.M.

Joseph Hirsch, Nurse in Newfoundland. A nurse going to her post at 6 A.M.

Click to enlarge; Manuel Tolegian, Laboratory Warfare, Camp White, OR, 1944. Researching defenses against germs, microbes, and other pathogenic bacteria.

Manuel Tolegian, Laboratory Warfare, Camp White, OR, 1944. Researching defenses against germs, microbes, and other pathogenic bacteria.

Click to enlarge; Manuel Tolegian, Front Line Nursing, Camp White, OR, 1944.

Manuel Tolegian, Front Line Nursing, Camp White, OR, 1944.

Click to enlarge; Manuel Tolegian, Teamwork in the Field, Camp White, OR, 1944.

Manuel Tolegian, Teamwork in the Field, Camp White, OR, 1944.

Click to enlarge; Robert Benney, Double Deck of Aces, Hospital Train. A load of wounded soldiers relaxing and looking out at the U.S.A. landscape.

Robert Benney, Double Deck of Aces, Hospital Train. A load of wounded soldiers relaxing and looking out at the U.S.A. landscape.