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How were wounded soldiers treated after returning home from world war 1?


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2010-04-29 14:10:14
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Harry Houdini saved money and donated it to help the wounded soldiers after world war I

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happy to come home to see there family from the war .

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The soldiers were very hurt and wounded most died at first. The soldiers were very hurt and wounded most died at first. The soldiers were very hurt and wounded most died at first.

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