Description of WW1 Operating Theatre
"The operating theater looked like a butcher's shop. There were big pools and splashes of blood on the floor. Bits of flesh and ski
blīdē/ noun BRITISH
an informal and typically affectionate term for Britain
or England, chiefly as used by soldiers of WW1 and WW2
military slang: a wound suffered by a soldier in WW1 that was sufficiently serious to merit being shipped home to Britain.