Red Cross worker and medical corpsmen attend to wounded U.S. soldiers at Fleville during WWI.
Fleville Chatel France Date:1918 Duration:3 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) wounded soldiers being assisted by Red Cross and medical corpsmen during World War 1. U.S. soldiers gathered around a number of wounded lying on the ground on stretchers. A senior Red Cross worker, using a cane, makes the rounds, stopping to visit with the wounded soldiers. Several medical corpsmen, wearing red cross arm bands, accompany him. He gives a cigarette to one soldier and converses with him. He bends over another wounded soldier, holding what appears to be gum and such, in his hand. He chats with the soldier. Medics carry wounded on stretchers to a tree line, where a sign identifies a Red Cross Post. A medic unwraps first aid supplies from a box. The medics bandage the arm of a wounded soldier. Closeup of the wounded soldier. They give him a cigarette. Closeup of him smiling and smoking.
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