Newfoundland At Armageddon

“My left leg stayed in France. It's very hard to find work, even with the prosthesis they gave me over there. At least I can walk by myself. It's strange, this pain. My leg is no longer there but I still feel it hurting where nothing exists.”

Thomas

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War Amputees

“I got a bit of money for losing my leg, but I'm wondering if it will be enough to raise a family. I've asked Laura to marry me. We've been seeing each other for several months. Her mother knows that I started working with Tilley last month making prostheses. She's given her blessing for the marriage and we will wed next fall.”

Thomas

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Pensions and Making Prostheses