General Matthew B Ridgway in his speech in Japan talks about how the blood is transported.
Japan Date:1951, August 21 Duration:6 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army General Matthew B. Ridgway gives a speech on blood donations in Japan. General Ridgway seated at desk with the American and two other flags in the background. He talks about the shipment of blood being as valuable as ammunition. He talks about how the blood is transported. General Ridgway thanks American people for blood donations that have saved the lives of thousands of soldiers. The General ends the speech with a plea to the home front to continue the support of the blood donor program.
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