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World War I personal items: How forensic anthropologists identified fallen Sgt. Harold Shaughnessy

World War I personal items: Sarah Lockyer, forensic anthropologist for the Canadian Department of National Defence, on how she attempts to identify fallen soldiers based on what was left behind in the battlefield. These are the personal effects of Sgt. Harold Shaughnessy who was from New Brunswick and was killed during the Battle for Hill 70 near Lens, France, on Aug. 15, 1917.
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