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The Enemy Was Ready
At the present time, German public opinion has fully assimilated the idea that the real public duty towards the handicapped soldier is to restore him to work and to an active participation in the economic life of the country, and that this is a patriotic duty. The faith in the possibility of the rehabilitation has become a part of the patriotic faith. The principle that no one need be a cripple unless he himself wishes it, and that "the wounded man must sink back into the mass of the people as though nothing has happened," is accepted as a creed....
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Title: The Enemy Was Ready
Creator: n/a
Date: June 1918
Format: Article
Publication: Carry On: Magazine on the Reconstruction of Disabled Soldiers and Sailors
Source: American Printing House for the Blind, Inc., M. C. Migel Library
Location: vol., no.1, pp.24-28
Keywords: American Red Cross; Assistive Technology; Cripple; Doctors; Employment; Exercise; Germany; Government; Industry; Labor; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Military; Occupational Therapy; Physical Disability; Policy; Prosthesis; Public Relations; Veterans; Veterans & Military; Vocational Rehabilitation; War; Work; WWI
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Physical Environment

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