Rare Medal Sale Reveals Story of Soldier Who Became Professional Footballer After Standing on Bomb To Save Comrades
Lance Corporal James Collins was advised to have his lower right leg amputated after being seriously injured in the blast in the trenches on the Western Front. But the talented footballer refused to allow medics to remove the limb and instead underwent 14 operations over the next two years to save his foot.
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