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Recreation for the Wounded and for Prisoners

���Above: A prisoner's trolley car, made out of odds and ends found in a detention camp. Going down hill the man behind operates the brake; going up hill he gets off and pushes. As a general rule pris- oners are kept busy

A pop-gun sham- battle between two wounded soldiers enlivens a dull hour in a British hospital. The toy cannons operate on the same principle as the pop-gun. One of the soldiers has suffered the loss of an eye; the other, a leg

��Wounded British soldiers listening to a musical comedy performance through an electro- phone service con- tributed by public- spirited people of London to the hos- pitals of that city. Even the baby ele- phant mascot seems to be enjoying the performance

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