U.S. Army casualties from poison gas are brought to a field hospital in North of Royaumeix, France during World War I.
France North of Royaumeix Date:1918, August 8 Duration:1 min 50 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A United States Army training film about defense against chemical warfare. Gas casualties affected by a German enemy gas attack in World War I arrive at a field hospital in North of Royaumeix, France. The gas casualties on stretchers are taken in a truck for treatment. Soldiers affected by an enemy mustard gas attack in France during 1918 attack. The gas casualties are seen outside the field hospital as they could not be accommodated inside. Doctors and nurses attend to them. A doctor applies medicine to the eyes of a gas poisoned U.S. Army soldier lying on a stretcher.
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