Japanese air evacuation and treatment of wounded during their Manchurian campaign
Manchuria Date:1932 Duration:1 min 41 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Japanese care for wounded soldiers during their invasion of Manchuria . A Fokker F-VII aircraft lands in a valley. Japanese soldiers carry wounded to the airplane. One is carried on the back of a soldier. Others are on stretchers. Inserted shot of a different (biplane) airplane with engine running. More wounded being placed aboard a Fokker F-VII. The biplane taking off. Another biplane flying overhead. Wounded being placed aboard ambulances and view of several driving slowly down dirt embankment. A wounded soldier being carried on a litter into a field hospital tent. View of medical staff treating the wounded. Soldiers carrying a comrade with a bandaged leg, into a tent.
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