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Old 08-14-2009, 03:58 AM
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Re: The Faces of World War I

THEY MAKE ME HORNY

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Old 08-14-2009, 10:58 AM
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Re: The Faces of World War I

I laughed.
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Old 08-14-2009, 11:02 AM
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What a pretty bunch of chaps :)

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Re: The Faces of World War I

Now those are heros.

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Re: The Faces of World War I

They look like DrZoidberg

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why are there long sausage looking skin hanging around some of their faces?? To help regenerate skin cells?

Some of the pictures remind me of Jason. Sadly, I bet kids screamed and ran when they saw them on the street.

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wow... plastic surgery has improved bucket loads.. does anyone have anymore info on these?

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Awsome post!

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whats with the skin tubes?

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'Without surgery's aid his face might have been unspeakably worse than it is. He has every reason to bless surgery. And yet! in his mirror he is greeted by a gargoyle.'
Corporal Ward Muir, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1918
Men suffered terrible injuries in the First World War. Yet some scars could be hidden or disguised and a 'normal' appearance could be reclaimed. However for those with severe facial injuries, this was impossible. Often left unrecognisable to friends and family, their return to civilian life was traumatic.
The risk of such injury was high. Surgeon Harold Gillies was appalled by the number of facial wounds he saw in France, many caused by shrapnel from exploding shells. In treating them he became convinced of the benefits of facial surgery and the need for a special hospital to carry out such operations.
Back in England, he persuaded the army to establish a purpose-built site. Through his efforts the Queen's Hospital, Sidcup was opened in 1917.
Experts in facial injury were drawn to this dedicated facility. These included Archibald McIndoe, who was to become famous in the Second World War, especially for his work on burned Battle of Britain pilots.
A new specialism emerged. Using the living skin of a man to help reconstruct his own facial features was not a new technique but at the Queen's Hospital, with its large supply of suitable patients, these surgical procedures were refined and greatly improved.
Despite the advances there were limits to what could be achieved. It was also an agonising process. Patients often cut short their treatment rather than undergo a series of painful operations. While the basic elements of a face might be partially restored, for most the disfigurement remained profound and permanent.

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