A U.S. soldier is assisted by a medic and is treated for exposure to phosgene gas in the United States.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:3 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
A training film based on U.S. soldiers being treated for exposure to phosgene gas during a war. Soldiers start to move after resting for a while on a field in the United States. A soldier forgets his gas mask. A group of soldiers marches. The soldier who forgot his mask becomes stricken with symptoms gradually. He falls down and is assisted by a medic. The soldier is placed on a litter and is evacuated to a nearby aid station. The soldier's clothing is loosened to facilitate breathing and he is given hot drinks. He is removed on a litter and checked out as a litter case.
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