U.S. Marines turn in their clothing and the clothing is deloused in huge fumigating chambers in Doclour, France.
Doclour France Date:1918, August Duration:1 min 31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Marines turn in their clothing (appears to be rolled up Marine Tunics and/or blankets) for delousing in Doclour, France during World War I. Fumigating chambers on a trailer. The marines give their clothes to laundrymen. They put the clothes into the fumigating chambers. The chambers are closed. Pressurized steam gushes out from the chambers. The chamber doors are opened. The clothes are taken out and are given back to the marines.
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