Wounded soldiers of the U.S. 442nd Infantry Regiment are brought to a hospital tent in Italy, during World War II.
Italy Date:1944, July 13 Duration:2 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Wounded U.S. soldiers being treated during Italian campaign of World War 2. Ambulance arrives at a field hospital of the U.S. 3rd Battalion, 442nd Infantry, 34th Division. (Soldiers of the U.S. 442nd Regiment were almost entirely Americans of Japanese ancestry.) Ambulance stops in front of a hospital tent. Injured soldier on litter is removed from the ambulance. An army nurse prepares dressing for a wounded soldier. He lights a cigarette. Surgery performed inside the hospital tent. Wounded men on litters removed from ambulance and carried into tent. (Note: Opening slate showing the name, "Morang,." refers to Lt. Frank Morang, 196th Signal Photo Co.)
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