A black and white drawing of two hospital patients writhing in agony. We assume they were former soldiers who were exposed to chlorine gas during World War I. Next to their beds stands a nurse, her right hand on one soldier's shoulder, her head bent and her forehead cradled in her left hand, as she commiserates with their suffering. An elderly military doctor stands next to her, stony faced, with his arms crossed, as if there is nothing he can do for them.
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