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Children’s Inoculation in the Countryside [Ländliche Kinderimpfung] (1866)

Although communicable diseases proved more difficult to combat in overcrowded cities (with their “rental barracks” and inadequate sanitation), disease in the countryside was hardly a thing of the past in Bismarckian Germany. Woodcut after a drawing by Rudolph Geißler.

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<i>Children’s Inoculation in the Countryside</i> [<i>Ländliche Kinderimpfung</i>] (1866)

© Bildarchiv Preußischer Kulturbesitz