Alexis Laguna presents “WWII Soldiers and Medical Treatment: The Case of Leon Standifer”
What happened to the WWII soldier after being evacuated from the battlefield because of wounds or disease? While serving as an infantry scout in Europe, Leon Standifer was treated for bullet wounds, trench foot, and pneumonia, spending the final months of the war in and out of three hospitals across France and England. How did hospitalization affect Standifer’s war experience?
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