La prima guerra mondiale nella storia dell’Ambulanza

La prima guerra mondiale nella storia dell’Ambulanza

Non sono tanti gli scatti che sono arrivati fino ad oggi dal 1914, ma l’agenzia fotografica Getty Images li ha salvati e ordinati per darci la testimonianza di cosa è stata la prima guerra mondiale e quanto dolore e quanta morte il primo conflitto abbia portato agli esseri umani.

C’è anche modo di vedere come i soccorritori e i medici abbiano lavorato per lottare contro la morte e salvare le vite dei feriti durante gli scontri in trincea. E per capire come erano le prime ambulanze del nuovo secolo, i mezzi che in guerra dovevano servire per ricoverare i pazienti. Fra le fonti anche l’Archivio Centrale dello Stato (foto di copertina).

Didascalia: A man dressed in a US medic military World War I uniform sits in a WWI US ambulance at a WWI military camp reconstitution in the Tuilleries Garden in Paris on July 13, 2014, on the eve of Bastille Day, France’s National Day. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON (Photo credit should read THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Didascalia:Elderly French couple M. & Mme. Baloux of Brieulles-sur-Bar, a town under German occupation for 4 years, greet American soldiers of 308th & 166th Infantries beside an ambulance during US advance of WWI. (Photo by Lt. Adrian C. Duff/US Army/National Archives/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

 

Wounded German prisoners receive medical attention at a first aid station of the 103rd and 104th Ambulance Companies, September 1912. US Army photo. (Photo by Interim Archives/Getty Images)

October 1918: ‘The shell-shattered ambulance’ on display at L & N W Railway Horticultural show, Euston Square, London. (Photo by J. B. Helsby/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

 

 

 

A ‘white ambulance’ of the Societe de Secours aux Blesse Militaires in Paris, circa 1918. (Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

 

Didascalia:Four camel ambulances attached to the Imperial Camel Corps at Rafa, which was used as a base for the attack on Gaza, held by forces of the Ottoman Empire. 1918. The Red Cross banner is flying. Middle Eastern theatre of World War I. Egypt. Colour Paget plate. Photo: James Francis Hurley (1885 – 1962) (Frank Hurley). (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)

 

Didascalia:Ministry Of Information First World War Official Collection, Medicine: The two ‘Women of Pervyse’, Mairi Chisholm and the Baroness de T’Serclaes driving their motor ambulance through the ruins of Pervyse. The two women manned a first aid post in the Belgian front line for most of the war, 30 July 1917. (Photo by Lt. Ernest Brooks/ IWM via Getty Images)

 

 

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