American military recruits for World War I undergo psychological tests in United States.
United States USA Date:1917 Duration:2 min 34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Draft and mobilization activities for U.S. Army soldiers of World War 1 in 1917-1918. American military recruits undergo psychological tests to determine their intelligence. They undergo attention and observation tests. Figures drawn on a board as an instructor guides them, and Army recruits write on papers. Rejected recruits discharged with a discharge letter. Soldiers write letters home requesting some money.
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