The Wartime Deaths That Led to the Invention of Braille — TIME

History TodayThis post is in partnership with History Today. The article below was originally published at History Today. As a boy in military school, Charles Barbier de La Serre (1767-1841) was taught that war was a noble profession in which victories are won by intelligence and valor. As a man, he would come to learn…

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