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A medical orderly putting a bottle of blood in the rucksack of an eighth Army Dispatch rider from the front line casualty clearing station. - 1942

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A medical orderly putting a bottle of blood in the rucksack of an eighth Army Dispatch rider from the front line casualty clearing station.

- 1942
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A medical orderly putting a bottle of blood in the rucksack of an eighth Army Dispatch rider from the front line casualty clearing station.

- 1942
A medical orderly putting a bottle of blood in the rucksack of an eighth Army Dispatch rider from the front line casualty clearing station. - 1942
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A medical orderly putting a bottle of blood in the rucksack of an eighth Army Dispatch rider from the front line casualty clearing station. This bottle saved the life of a British soldier who was seriously wounded in the stomach during the 8th Army's big new drive against Rommel's positions. Throughout the forward desert areas the British have established blood banks from which advanced dressing stations and mobile operation theatres can draw blood ready classified for urgent cases. - 1942

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SizeText 8" x 6.1"

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