Red Cross workers in Paris make prosthetic masks for French and U.S. soldiers whose faces have been disfigured.
Paris France Date:1918 Duration:1 min 33 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Red Cross woman worker making copper prosthesis face masks for soldiers wounded in World War 1. Worker deposits copper on the wax face molds via electrolysis. Wax model of the heads is made from the Plaster molds of the wounded men's face. Woman work with wounded face of the soldier.
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