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First aid case, Germany, 1914-1918

Science Museum, London

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This first aid case was made for use by the German Army during the First World War. The case is wrapped in a leather covering and inside are a series of compartments for bandages, plasters, cotton wool and other first aid equipment, all labelled in German. The case is marked with a red cross, an internationally recognised symbol for emergency medical care. maker: Unknown maker Place made: Germany



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