A set of medical gauze made by Nazi Germany. It was manufactured at the end of World War II in 1944. Medical gauze was used to protect wounds from dirt, germs and foreign bodies to preserve the souls of soldiers. This gauze is characterized by having a loose and open fabric that allows the fluids in the wounds to be drained. Absorbed through gauze fibers or transferred to other materials found in gauze, medical gauze is made of either soft or coarse cotton fibers.