How Canadian soldiers used embroidery as therapy during WWI



Like many other British Empire soldiers injured in the First World War, Canadians were hospitalized in England, where they were introduced to stitching as a way to improve dexterity and overcome post-traumatic stress disorder. This led to the making of a tapestry by 145 First World War servicemen from Britain, Canada, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.

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