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TitleMen and women offer blood
Year1934.
SourceDon Bradman scrapbooks, vol. 22, 1934, p. 253.
SummaryA newspaper article, source unknown, about Bradman's condition after his appendicitis operation and subsequent peritonitis. It describes how between 20 and 30 people had offered to donate blood should Bradman require a blood transfusion, and also describes the public interest in Bradman's progress, including from the King and Lord Hailsham.
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