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Grandson Steve Good 'proud' of WW1 medic

12 May 2014 Last updated at 22:22 BST

The grandson of a World War One medic has spoken of his pride at his grandfather's achievement in serving throughout the conflict.

Arthur Hibbert went to France in August 1914 as part of the Royal Army Medical Corps.

Steve Good from Storrington, West Sussex, has a photograph taken at a field dressing station in Ypres, where he said German prisoners were treated with as much care as the British wounded.

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