A U.S. Navy training film about the treatment and recovery of soldier wounded in Saipan during World War II. Division hospital building. Marines pile up sand bags. Tori at the entrance of a Shinto temple as military vehicles move through the gate. A Japanese civilian hospital in a town. Debris being piled up. Marines enter the hospital. A litter patient being carried inside the hospital. Plasma and blood being administered to the wounded Marines. A doctor cleans a wound and administers penicillin. A doctor washes his hands. Patients at the hospital as an ambulance arrives. A sprinkler sprays water on ground to prevent dust from puffing up. A technician works on a microscope and looks into it. A man washes clothes.
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