The troops exposed to the gas attack apply anti-gas ointment and wash their clothing with hot water.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:3 min 53 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary depicts the methods of decontamination after a gas attack during a war. Troops walk on a contaminated area. An aircraft in flight and sprays gas. They put the gas mask and necessary clothing. The troops advance. Troops that have been exposed to gas attack being inspected. A mustard stain on the sleeves of a troop. Clothing being removed and sterilized and anti-gas ointment being applied to the skin areas. A stiff brush being used to remove the chlorinated lime from the shoes. The unit moves on. They clean their clothing and equipment. Hot water in the buckets. They take a bath. The clothes re hanged on a string. The clothing being soaked in a water. A man rinses the clothes and hangs it to dry. The troops then advance.
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