American troops treat wounded soldiers and place them in an ambulance in France during World War I.
France Date:1918, September Duration:2 min 0 sec Sound:NO SOUND
During a lull, American soldiers help comrades wounded by German shelling during World War 1. in France. They support ambulatory soldiers and carry another on a stretcher, along a road past a caisson and dead horses (and possibly dead soldiers). Next, soldiers carry wounded on stretchers from a defensive position littered with debris, from enemy shelling. An officer stops to check a completely covered soldier (dead) lying on the ground. Medics in a protected gully treat wounded soldiers and then experience some difficulty placing them on litters into a field ambulance.
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