The concussion from a bursting...

The concussion from a bursting shell in the First World War split my right eardrum, resulting in complete loss of hearing on that side.

After I came out of the front lines a few weeks late, the accident was reported to a field hospital. The examining doctors advised that there was no medical or surgical treatment they could give. They very kindly told me that the ruptured drum probably would heal, at least partially. Their diagnosis was correct, and upon my discharge, at the close of the war, my service record was marked, "50 percent hearing in right ear."

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