ひろしま戦前の風景 58.「昭和三年九月陸軍検疫状況」より
[58]From “Army Quarantine Station in September, Showa 3”

昭和3年(1928年)9月 提供:中国放送 広島市南区似島町

参考資料:ウェブサイト「平成15年度第2回企画展」平和記念資料館 2004年
Filmed September 1928
Original film courtesy of RCC Broadcasting
Ninoshima-cho, Minami Ward, Hiroshima City
The 28-minute documentary film records work at a quarantine station for returning army soldiers. Located on Ninoshima, an island 4 km off Ujina Port, the quarantine station was established in 1895 as one of three such facilities in the country, where soldiers returning from the Sino-Japanese War were checked for infectious disease, disinfected, and if necessary quarantined. The large-scale facility was capable of processing several thousand soldiers per day. The quarantine station became a field hospital in the aftermath of the atomic bombing. Staff members on site were unprepared for and overwhelmed by the number and state of patients as the premises became inundated with victims and people looking for family and friends.
Reference: Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Second Special Exhibition of FY 2003 website, (2004)

RCCテレビ60年特別配信『ひろしま 戦前の風景』