United States troops advance in an open field and practice procedures for mustard gas attack in World War 1
United States USA Date:1918 Duration:5 min 10 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A United States Army training film about defense against chemical warfare. United States troops train in the United States during World War 1 and simulate falling prey to German enemy gas shells. An explosion on the ground with smoke surrounding the area. U.S. soldiers fire rifles. The enemy fires mustard gas shells. The troops advance on a field in formation. A soldier passes through gassed underbrush and is affected by the poisonous gas. A topographic map is marked with the words "GAS" where the gas is present.
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