Wednesday, November 5, 2014

The untold stories of deaf people in WW1

Image from Action on Hearing Loss
"Deaf people walking along the road were told to stop by sentries. But when they continued to walk, they were shot," historian Norma McGilp tells the BBC. Read about her findings about deaf people who survived World War One  here. The article relates to an upcoming episode of See Hear on BBC Two.

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