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One Who Came Back
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Le caporal de l'armée américaine George Kritzman raconte les conséquences de ce qui a été sa troisième blessure de combat dans la guerre de Corée. Ancien officier de police, Kritzman était sous sédation lourde en raison de la gravité de sa blessure à la jambe, qui avait été initialement opérée à l'unité 8055 MASH. Inconscient de ce qui allait lui arriver et du pronostic de sa convalescence à long terme, lui, et beaucoup de ses collègues blessés, ont été transférés d'hôpital en hôpital, chacun étant un peu mieux équipé pour s'occuper de sa blessure. Cependant, son but ultime était de retourner chez lui retrouver sa femme et son fils, dont les pensées l'accompagnaient toujours.

US Army Corporal George Kritzman recounts the aftermath of what was his third combat wounding in the Korean War. A former LA police officer, Kritzman was under heavy sedation due to the severity of his leg injury, which was initially operated on at the 8055 MASH unit. Unaware of what would happen to him and what his long term prognosis was and would be, he, along with many of his fellow wounded, was transferred from hospital to hospital, each a little better equipped to deal with his injury. However, his ultimate goal was to make it back home to his wife and son, from who his thoughts were never far.

Distinctions
  • 1951 : Oscars - Los Angeles (États-Unis) - Nomination Meilleur court métrage documentaire