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Amputees at a hospital in Budapest, Austria-Hungary in the summer of 1915. Some had lost their feet to freezing in the Carpathian Mountains in the winter. From 'Antwerp to Gallipoli' by Arthur Ruhl.
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In a hospital garden, Budapest. All of these Austro-Hungarian soldiers have had one or both legs amputated.

Amputees at a hospital in Budapest, Austria-Hungary in the summer of 1915. Some had lost their feet to freezing in the Carpathian Mountains in the winter. From 'Antwerp to Gallipoli' by Arthur Ruhl.

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In a hospital garden, Budapest. All of these Austro-Hungarian soldiers have had one or both legs amputated.

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"Amputees at a hospital in Budapest, Austria-Hungary in the summer of 1915. Some had lost their feet to freezing in the Carpathian Mountains in the winter. From 'Antwerp to Gallipoli' by Arthur Ruhl."

Image Text

In a hospital garden, Budapest. All of these Austro-Hungarian soldiers have had one or both legs amputated.

Image Date

Monday, August 16, 1915

Year

1915

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Antwerp to Gallipoli, Arthur Ruhl, Ruhl, amputee, amputees, Budapest, 1915, hospital

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