An American woman is terrorized by the ravages of war and a lecherous Prussian lieutenant when she becomes a Red Cross nurse overseas during the Great War.
A SCREEN EPIC PORTRAYING THE GREAT UNSELFISH LOVE OF HUMANS FOR HUMANITY (Print Ad- Pittsburgh Press, ((Pittsburgh, Penna.)) 16 March 1919)
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To film a war scene, trenches were partly filled with water pumped in from the Los Angeles riverbed. Fourteen hundred feet of pipe were used, with thirteen hundred feet of fire hose attached. Working 24 hours a day, the pump, powered by a gas engine, drew 1,500,000 gallons of water into the trenches. See more