REHABILITATION: THE WORK OF QUEEN MARY'S HOSPITAL, ROEHAMPTON, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Patients at Queen Mary's Hospital prepare for a swimming lesson. One patients has lost a foot, another has lost both hands. One patient, preparing to jump from the diving board, has lost an arm. Swimming forms a large part of rehabilitation sessions at the hospital. The instructor, Sergeant Major Allen can be seen on the poolside with an inflatable ring, should anyone need it.