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The Two Doctors

The Two Doctors

Mrs. Jackson expresses her sincere respect and opinions on what the two doctors, Dr. McIndoe and Dr. Tilley did for the men of East Grinstead, making them feel worthy apart from their devastating disfigurements.

Getting the Wrong Treatment

Getting the Wrong Treatment

Mrs. Jackson tells about the wrong treatment being provided to the burned men in respect to saline baths and how the two doctors offered to take them to East Grinstead and begin rebuilding their bodies.

Experimental Surgery

Experimental Surgery

Mrs. Jackson explains the type of surgeries provided by the doctors and the positive atmosphere in the ward amongst the burned men.

Taking the Bandages Off

Taking the Bandages Off

Mrs. Jackson talks about being at the bedside of a patient when the bandages were to be removed from his face and the emotional impact it made.

Personal Strength

Personal Strength

Mrs. Jackson explains the personal strength she received in dealing with these burned victims and how their strength helped her carry on.

Bonding Like Brothers

Bonding Like Brothers

Mrs. Jackson speaks about the bond of friendship formed amongst the burn patients of East Grinstead and the “brotherly love” they had for one another.

Pubs and the Social Side of Life

Pubs and the Social Side of Life

Mrs. Jackson speaks about how the people of London accepted the Guinea Pigs in their local pubs.

Strength of People in London

Strength of People in London

Mrs. Jackson emphasizes the strength and encouragement given to the Guinea pigs by people in London, comparing it to the wonderful source of strength that Churchill, King and Queen had for their country.

The Other Side of War

The Other Side of War

Mrs. Jackson expresses how thankful she was to be part of the social network for the Guinea Pigs and the opportunity it provided to see another side of war, a positive one.

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