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March 11, 2022

Glass Case Protects Baby From Poison Gas, 1938

In 1938, masked nurses clad in gasproof rubber garments are testing out the latest invention of war-fearing Europe. It is a portable glass case in which babies can be thrust at the alarm of a gas attack and carried to a zone of safety.

Here is a “full dress” rehearsal of a gas attack in Europe, with attendants dressed in gasproof rubber suits sealing baby in glass case for removal to safety.




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