Ceyhan Harmanşa

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Civil War Amputee, circa 1865. It's amazing to me that anyone survived the procedure at that time

Amputations in the United States Civil War While the US Civil War was the first time that the survival rate of people who needed amputation was over (in large part due to the contributions of.

Robert McGee, scalped as a child by a Sioux Chief. circa 1890. [2245x3103] Check this blog!

Old Picture of the Day: Old West Today we feature a picture of Robert McGee. The picture was taken in As a child, Robert McGee was scalped by Indians. He is the only person I am aware of who survived the horrific experience of being scalped.

1881 New York Smallpox victim Wonder if it hurt??? They'd give him some strong narcotic like Heroin cause they used it as such back in the day.

The Burns Archive-Historical Medical Photos This is why we vaccinate. SMALLPOX NY CITY EPIDEMIC, 1881 Victims of the smallpox epidemic in More people died from smallpox than any other disease in history.

An East German soldier ignores orders to let no one pass and helps a boy, who was found on the opposite side from his family, cross the newl...

An East German soldier helping a boy cross the newly formed ‘Berlin Wall,’ The boy was found on the opposite side of the wall from his family. Despite given orders by the East German government to let no one pass, the soldier helped the boy through

Four views of facial reconstruction after a war wound, July 1916

Dr Michael Mosley presents a guide to the development of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery in World War One.

How do you fix a face that’s been blown off by shrapnel?

Dr Michael Mosley presents a guide to the development of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery in World War One.

How do you fix a face that’s been blown off by shrapnel?

Dr Michael Mosley presents a guide to the development of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery in World War One.

Surgical reconstruction of William Spreckley by Harold Gillies

Dr Michael Mosley presents a guide to the development of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery in World War One.