Opposing troops in the Western Desert displayed considerable respect and restraint, especially in dealing with prisoners of war. Following the terms of the Geneva Convention, Medical Officers of both sides treated Prisoners of War just the same as their own men.
Here, a dazed German soldier is treated alongside British troops at an Advanced Dressing Station.
From: Osprey Publishing's- Warrior 160, Desert Rat 1940-43
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IMAGE SIZE: Approx. H 23cm x W 31cm (9 x 12 inches)
MEDIUM: Water colour
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