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The reconstruction of warriors : Archibald McIndoe, the Royal Air Force and the Guinea Pig Club
The reconstruction of warriors : Archibald McIndoe, the Royal Air Force and the Guinea Pig Club
Mayhew, E. R.2004
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The Guinea Pig Club was a unique band of 649 World War II airmen - among them Britons, Canadians, Czechs, South Africans, Australians and Russians - who suffered the worst burns imaginable but miraculously survived. They owed their lives, to a large extent, to the efforts of a maverick surgeon named Archibald McIndoe. McIndoe pioneered a remarkable treatment regime.
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