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The Healthcare Crisis of 1941 – WW2 – On the Homefront 005

The Healthcare Crisis of 1941 – WW2 – On the Homefront 005

When WWII breaks out many parts of the world are still missing population wide healthcare. The pressure of the war deteriorates healthcare services even further. By 1941, both the British Commonwealth and Germany are facing an outright healthcare crisis on the home front.

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Hosted by: Anna Deinhard
Written by: Fiona Rachel Fischer and Spartacus Olsson
Director: Astrid Deinhard
Producers: Astrid Deinhard and Spartacus Olsson
Executive Producers: Astrid Deinhard, Indy Neidell, Spartacus Olsson, Bodo Rittenauer
Creative Producer: Joram Appel
Post-Production Director: Wieke Kapteijns
Research by: Fiona Rachel Fischer
Edited by: Mikołaj Cackowski
Sound design: Marek Kamiński
Map animations: Eastory (

IWM D 2373, D 2318, B 14299, D 2315, D 2078, D 14318, D 2334
Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe
Wellcome Images no. L0028759
From the Noun Project: london by Pablo Fernández Vallejo, Patient by Miho Suzuki-Robinson, Patient by Binpodo, Doctor by Wilson Joseph, Hospital by Hare Krishna, School by David, Apartment by Victoruler, Bus by Eucalyp
University of Liverpool Faculty of Health & Life Sciences

Soundtracks from the Epidemic Sound:
Farrell Wooten – Blunt Object
Johannes Bornlof – Deviation In Time
Skrya – First Responders
Gunnar Johnsen – Not Safe Yet
Johannes Bornlof – The Inspector 4
Jon Bjork – For the Many
Reynard Seidel – Deflection
Rannar Sillard – March Of The Brave 4
Cobby Costa – From the Past
Fabien Tell – Last Point of Safe Return
Cobby Costa – Flight Path
Andreas Jamsheree – Guilty Shadows 4
Jo Wandrini – Puzzle of Complexity

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A TimeGhost chronological documentary produced by OnLion Entertainment GmbH.