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The air raid protective services. One of the special techniques these volunteer auxiliary firemen must master is that of controlling the water streaming from their firehoses. Certain conditions call for spray, others for steady streams of water. These volunteers are trained to know just how best to handle the hose nozzles
The air raid protective services. One of the special techniques these volunteer auxiliary firemen must master is that of controlling the water streaming from their firehoses. Certain conditions call for spray, others for steady streams of water. These volunteers are trained to know just how best to handle the hose nozzles
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01/01/1941
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Hollem, Howard R., photographer
United States. Office for Emergency Management.
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Library of Congress
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