Men spread chlorinated lime over a road bed to stop troops from entering the area so as to decontaminate it.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:10 min 24 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary titled 'Decontamination Procedure' depicts methods of decontamination. Men clean a road. A skin blistering chemical being sprayed by firing an artillery. The chemical on the leaves. The men wear a special clothing to protect themselves from mustard gas. A man wear cotton gloves. All equipment being loaded in a trailer. The equipment includes shovels, buckets, sprays, axes and other necessary materials. The unit gas officer inspects the area. He marks all contaminated areas on a map. The officer returns to the leader with the details. They look at the area on the map and advance. The truck stops and men put on gas masks. They get in the truck and move in the contaminated area. Animation depicts a shell and artillery covering the contaminated area. A man places the sign which reads 'Danger War Gas'. He writes the name of the gas and the date on the sign. Men stand in a line and the leader of the men gives them instructions. Shell holes on the ground. They start their work. Chlorinated lime is spread over a road bed and contaminated brush is burned. The road is then covered with the brush.
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