Copper sulphate and tannic acid solutions are to treat U.S. soldiers who are exposed to white phosphorous particles in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:2 min 57 sec Sound:Yes
A chemical warfare training film based on U.S. soldiers being treated for exposure to white phosphorous particles during a war. Soldiers run away as a white phosphorous bomb explodes in the United States. The soldiers in a ditch try to remove phosphorous particles from their bodies. Severely wounded soldiers are evacuated. Bandages from a soldier's body are removed at a battalion aid station. Copper sulphate and tannic acid solutions are used on phosphorous burns. The soldiers march.
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