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A postcard published in Britain during the war. Its aim was to encourage public donations for more ambulance wagons.

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What can we learn from this source about the problems facing transportation of the wounded on the western front?
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A postcard published in Britain during the war. Its aim was to encourage public donations for more ambulance wagons.

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What can we learn from this source about the problems facing transportation of the wounded on the western front?
Clearly, the government needed to rely on public donations to care for their wounded soldiers meaning it was probably a low priority and was not well-funded suggesting the transportation was likely poor quality. Idk I hope this helps. Its hard when i dont have the postcard to look at
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Your ambulance is now visible. We can see that British vehicle manufacture was in serious need of modernisation, lol.
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