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Maski dla rannych żołnierzy I wojny światowej (3)

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Anna Coleman Ladd works on the mask of one of the soldiers / A SERIES OF INCREDIBLE photos from nearly 100-years-ago have shown the transformative impact one sculptor had on the lives of numerous soldiers who were horrifically disfigured during WW1. Images taken shortly after the conclusion of the First World War, between the end of 1918 and the beginning of 1919, show the horrible facial injuries suffered by several French soldiers. One man has lost the entire right side of his face, while another is missing a nose after taking part in what is still considered one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history. But in a second set of pictures the same soldiers who suffered such terrible facial disfigurements can be seen without their injuries, after pioneering sculptor Anna Coleman Ladd created custom-made masks for each of them to wear over their wounds / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The wounded soldiers at Coleman Ladd's studio for Christmas / A SERIES OF INCREDIBLE photos from nearly 100-years-ago have shown the transformative impact one sculptor had on the lives of numerous soldiers who were horrifically disfigured during WW1. Images taken shortly after the conclusion of the First World War, between the end of 1918 and the beginning of 1919, show the horrible facial injuries suffered by several French soldiers. One man has lost the entire right side of his face, while another is missing a nose after taking part in what is still considered one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history. But in a second set of pictures the same soldiers who suffered such terrible facial disfigurements can be seen without their injuries, after pioneering sculptor Anna Coleman Ladd created custom-made masks for each of them to wear over their wounds / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The soldiers being treated in Coleman Ladd's studio gather around for a photo / A SERIES OF INCREDIBLE photos from nearly 100-years-ago have shown the transformative impact one sculptor had on the lives of numerous soldiers who were horrifically disfigured during WW1. Images taken shortly after the conclusion of the First World War, between the end of 1918 and the beginning of 1919, show the horrible facial injuries suffered by several French soldiers. One man has lost the entire right side of his face, while another is missing a nose after taking part in what is still considered one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history. But in a second set of pictures the same soldiers who suffered such terrible facial disfigurements can be seen without their injuries, after pioneering sculptor Anna Coleman Ladd created custom-made masks for each of them to wear over their wounds / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com