The importance of gas mask depicted through dramatization in United States.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:9 min 25 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. Army training film about gas masks. The film is titled 'Defense Against Chemical Warfare'. A soldier lies down removing his gas mask kit. His sergeant tells him not to do so. He tells him a story about a soldier named Joe. He says when the call of joining army came, many people came from different professions. Joe used to think that the training with a gas mask was a joke. Soldiers were tested in a gas chamber but Joe did not learn from that experience. They were sent to the front as advance patrol. Soldiers passed through a chemical contaminated area. The general of patrol had given maps of contaminated area to soldiers. Joe did not pay much attention to this information. During an enemy attack he got hit by gases and fell on ground. Soldiers put gas mask over his face and left him there only. He was then taken on a stretcher. Medical vans pass on road. A bomb explosion on road. Soldiers hide at sides.
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