Philadelphia General Hospital in Southern VictoryEdit
Philadelphia General Hospital was the hospital closest to the 1944 superbomb explosion in Philadelphia to survive the blast. The Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War toured the hospital to view survivors of the attack. The group was told of the risks of the airborne poisons by a doctor, who thought they were "ghouls" for touring the area. The committee members were horrified by the injuries sustained by the survivors of the bomb.