World War One: Scenes of Army Soldiers and The Red Cross

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This WWI era film shows how the American Red Cross reacts to disaster. The men of this organization will spend their days stockpiling trucks that will be ready in a moments notice to spring into action. These men live in conditions much like an army base. They will shower and shave outside. They eat in a large hall after waiting in long lines. The livestock roams the camp until they are needed. Even inspections from superiors take place. Once an emergence is declared, the men jump into places. Waves of trucks with supplies will head out to the rescue. The Red Cross goes out and finds the wounded and brings them back on beds. They use the same trucks to bring back the men. Once back at base, the wounded men are unloaded, and the Red Cross waits for the next call. See the full length video at: www.qualityinformationpublishers.com