American and Burmese instructors train Burmese students in the uses of a compass and medical procedures during World War II.
Burma Date:1943 Duration:2 min 54 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. OSS (Office of Strategic Services) officers train Burmese recruits in Burma during World War II. The students learn the uses of a compass and medical procedures for helping wounded comrades. A Burmese instructor shows them a compass and demonstrates its uses. The students listen as he gives instructions. The instructor demonstrates the uses of a compass on a map on the table. A Burmese recruit stands on a table as another wraps a bandage around his foot to demonstrate medical procedures. An American instructor and the other students observe. The American instructor then demonstrates tying of a bandage around the head. The Burmese instructor guides the students to follow the same steps. The American instructor looks on as the recruits demonstrate plastering a broken arm. He guides the students.
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