Experiments are undertaken by scientists and doctors during the development of nutritious food for soldiers in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:2 min 23 sec Sound:Yes
Nutritious food for U.S. Army soldiers in the United States. Conscripts being medically tested by an army doctor before going into the army. The conscripts holding documents waiting in a queue for their turn. An officer seated at a table. Two conscripts talking. Members of a U.S. Army Combat Service Support Branch, the Quartermaster Corps, cutting meat for preparation. A table set for soldiers with tea cups arranged and fruits in the center. The soldiers seated at tables and having food. Quartermaster Corps serving the soldiers. Scientists in a laboratory studying food that will impart energy to the soldiers. A soldier seated at a table and a member of the Quartermaster Corps measuring out rice into a bowl that a soldier has to have. Dr. Ancel Keys, a scientist, seated at a table and vitamins kept on the table for the soldiers. A doctor experimenting on the soldiers in a laboratory at the University of Minnesota. The soldiers are given vitamins and pills and they have them with water. The soldiers having food. A doctor checking a soldier's energy by measuring the weight he can pull, with an equipment in the laboratory. Soldiers sleeping in a room maintained at a certain temperature during an experiment. Soldiers carrying rifles walking on a treadmill. The amount of perspiration is measured.
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