Workers attach nose clamps, head straps, mouthpiece and breathing tubes to the face pieces of masks at a factory in France.
France Date:1918 Duration:7 min 52 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Manufacturing of gas masks in Europe during World War I. A large group of French women stitch rubberized fabric. A worker cuts the fabric after marking it. Rubber rimmed eyepieces are cemented in place. A worker attaches nose clamps, head straps, mouthpieces and breathing tubes to the face pieces of masks. French women workers give finishing to the gas masks. A U.S. soldier stands with the finished product.
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