A factual account of the work done by the St. Dunstan’s school for war-blinded men and women. Situated on the edge of Britain’s beautiful Sussex Downs, this great institution trains men and women who have lost their sight in the two world wars to live happy and useful lives. Rehabilitations includes courses in a wide variety of trades and professions, crafts, music and dancing. Braille reading and both indoor and outdoor sports.
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16mm film; Access Print (Section 1)