U.S. soldiers are treated for exposure to DM (Adamsite) candle gas during dramatized training in the United States.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:2 min 21 sec Sound:Yes
A chemical warfare training film based on U.S. soldiers being treated for exposure to various gases during a war. Smoke rising from a DM (Adamsite) candle on a training batllefield in the United States. Soldiers walk through the smoke-covered battlefield. A soldier falls down (dramatization) after coming in contact with DM candle smoke. The casualty is evacuated from the field by a medic. At an encampment next to a forest, the soldier gargles with a solution of sodium bicarbonate at an aid station to prevent throat infection. The same soldier breathes through a bottle containing chlorine. He lies down on the ground after receiving treatment. Three solutions chlorine, phosgene and chloropicrin in test tubes. A soldier shows how these three gases can be released in a field.
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