Wounded Chinese soldiers are evacuated, treated and transferred to Ledo, Burma by L-4 airplanes.
Burma Date:1943, December Duration:6 min 54 sec Sound:Yes
Narrated News Reel footage. Wounded Chinese soldiers at a frontline hospital in Burma during World War II. Animated map shows Yupbang, Burma. U.S. Army General Joseph W. Stilwell watches Chinese casualties evacuated to a hospital near the frontline. Dr. Gordon S. Seagrave attends to the wounded Chinese soldiers in the field hospital. Burmese nurses with a wounded Chinese soldier. The American doctor and the Burmese nurses treat the casualties. A wounded Chinese soldier in a body cast. Chinese soldiers are transferred on stretchers and are loaded into a U.S. L-4 airplane flown by the 71st Liaison Squadron. An American pilot in the L-4 airplane. It takes off. 71st Liaison Squadron L-4 airplanes fly above cloud formation and land at an airstrip near Ledo. Wounded men are transferred from the airplanes to ambulances and taken to hospital. The airpanes take off.
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