Soldiers gather at the War Department Theater to watch a film on 'Sex Hygiene' in United States.
United States USA Date:1941 Duration:11 min 3 sec Sound:Yes
Causes and prevention of venereal disease in United States. Soldiers gather in an auditorium to watch a training film titled 'Sex Hygiene'. Dramatization showing soldiers causes of the contraction of the diseases. Soldiers in a club play pool, billiards, snooker, cards and various other games. Close up view of turntable on a vitrola or phonograph record player turning as music plays. A soldier enters the office of Commanding Officer James E Brown. The officer gives him a notice regarding the showing of the film in the War Department Theater. Soldiers march. Buildings along the sides of street. Soldiers gather in the theater. Officer addresses them. The film is shown in the theater. The officer of the Army Medical Corps addresses the soldiers about the causes of the sexual diseases. Doctors test a soldier. They examine the organisms causing diseases through a microscope. A diagram of human body. The officer talks about the inner parts of the body and the sources by which the diseases can be spread. He talks about various diseases like the syphilis, gonorrhea and chancroid.
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