In 1917 This Woman Helped Deformed WWI Soldiers By Creating Incredibly Accurate Face Masks

In 1917 This Woman Helped Deformed WWI Soldiers By Creating Incredibly Accurate Face Masks

World War I brought out the best and the worst of mankind and the people involved have been remembered either for the terror they brought or the compassion they showed. One of those compassionate individuals was Anna Coleman Watts Ladd, an American sculptor who moved to France with her husband in 1917. She created portrait-masks for severely injured WWI soldiers. Needless to say, her work changed many people’s lives


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