U.S. soldiers protect themselves from exposure to mustard gas by using gas masks and anti-gas ointment in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:3 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
A training film titled 'First Aid for Gas Casualties' based on U.S. soldiers being treated for exposure to various gases during a war. Soldiers marching on a road, advancing across country, moving through dugouts and heavily wooded sections in the United States. Use of various gases in chemical warfare shows an aircraft releasing mustard gas, detonation of a phosgene bomb, use of hand grenade for tear gas and white phosphorous explosions. A casualty is treated at a hospital. A group of soldiers is attacked by mustard gas released over them by an aircraft. The soldiers run and put on masks. They rub protective ointment over unprotected parts of body.
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