Wounded U.S. soldiers being brought at a field hospital after Allied invasion of Normandy during World War II.
Normandy France Date:1944, June Duration:2 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
View of U.S. Army Field Hospital set up in Normandy, France, following the Allied invasion in World War 2. U.S. DUKW (six-wheel-drive amphibious truck) passes along a road. American wounded being carried on stretchers to hospital tent. Intraveneous treatment being administered to a wounded soldier. American Army nurses and corpsman preparing bandages inside a field hospital tent. Nurses seated near a tent. One drinks coffee from her metal mess cup. Nurses comforting and assisted wounded soldiers. German prisoners of war (POWs) pose for camera. German POWs carrying a wounded comrade toward a treatment tent. A German POW Army doctor and his assistant treating a soldier for shrapnel wounds. The doctor waves toward German POWs to bring their wounded, on a litter, to him. POWs carrying wounded on a litter. Paratrooper of the U.S. 101st Airborne Division, with bandages across his face, carries a wounded buddy to treatment area. Closeup of the trooper smiling in spite of his bandaged face. Ambulatory wounded U.S. soldier being registered by Army nurse. Corpsman of 101st Airborne, on stretcher on the ground.
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