The Pale horseman

United States, 1946

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Depicts health problems that follow in the wake of war, and explains how hunger and exposure have caused the spread of tuberculosis, cholera and malaria. Shows what Army doctors and UNRRA scientists have done in liberated countries to prevent the spread of epidemics.

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Credits

producer

Irving Jacoby

production company

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration

Duration

00:21:02:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1946

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