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Yes, we know this is an unpleasant sight. But this whole war was very unpleasant  especially for the men who had to fight it.

French medical picture made on March 31, 1918. The dead man is a French soldier of the 99th Infantry Regt, who was killed by German mustard gas. The gas not only burned his lungs and intoxicated him, but also tore his skin apart.



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