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These hallways don’t twist at all.
In fact. . .
          Their end looms in plain sight.
The doors may lead outside and
          There may be light, 771 more words


Wounded at the London Hospital, The City and East London Observer, Sunday 6 September 1914

The City and East London Observer

Sunday 6 September 1914

Wounded at the London Hospital

Viscount Knutsford, the Chairman of the London Hospital, presented what he rightly termed a historic report at the quarterly court of governors on Wednesday.

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News From 1914-18

The Wounded at London Hospital, The Eastern Post and City Chronicle, Saturday 5 September 1914

The Eastern Post and City Chronicle

Saturday 5 September 1914

The wounded at London Hospital

How they were admitted.

Triumph of Organisation

East London are always proud of the fact that the London Hospital- the largest hospital in the world- is in their midst, and that pride will be intensified by the fact that the “London” has had the honour of tending the first wounded soldiers from the seat of the war.

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News From 1914-18


Week 18 (4 months +). One of the worst aspects of this experience has been the feeling of being dead weight.

People are expected to help themselves, to find ways to be useful. 671 more words

Getting Back Up

Serious As A Heart Attack: Epilogue

Home at last. Home, where I can lie in my own bed, eat food of my liking, sleep in front of my cheesy old movies and relax while my body knits itself back together. 907 more words