Wounded soldiers take part in exercises and gymnastics as part of their recuperation.
Wounded Soldiers at Gymnastics.
Wounded soldiers take part in outdoor exercises and gymnastics as part of their recuperation. Men; one at a time; approach high parallel bar; jump up and flip over; then drop to ground. Men march in rows onto field (all wearing dark trousers; light shirts). They go through a series of exercises that are a cross between callisthenics and ballet. The soldiers making several pyramids (as in cheer leading); climbing onto each other's backs; etc.
Pan across field full of men in pyramids or other gymnastic groupings and contortions; with other individuals in headstands; backbends; etc. arranged in FG. Suddenly they all break out of their positions.
World War One; sports.