Red Cross workers making prosthetic masks for wounded American and French soldiers in First World War.
Paris France Date:1918 Duration:1 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Red Cross workers in Paris make prosthesis masks for French and U.S. soldiers' whose faces have been disfigured during World War I. Red Cross woman makes plaster molds of the wounded men's face and wax model of the heads from the molds, for use in making prosthetic face masks following injuries such as gas attacks.
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