Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) return from Korean prison camps getting onto U.S. trucks to reach Incheon harbor in Seoul. The United Nations Transportation Corps and the United Nations officials take care of transportation process. Chinese Ambassador to Korea and other officials bid farewell to the Chinese prisoners. Trucks loaded with Chinese prisoners move along road. Chinese prisoners hold flags on trucks. Trucks stop in between before reaching Incheon. Prisoners have soup. Trucks loaded with prisoners begin the journey. Incheon city streets decorated to welcome Chinese Prisoners. South Korean civilians line up streets. Chinese prisoners greeted by 47th Overseas Chinese Organization members and the United Nations band. Crowd with flags and banners welcomes the Chinese prisoners. Chinese opera with people in colorful dresses. Chinese prisoners march in Incheon harbor. Chinese prisoners holding the Chinese flags march along pier. Crowd cheers at harbor. Stick points out sea route from Incheon to Taipei, Taiwan. Convoy of warships and planes escorts Chinese prisoners.
A ceremony on pier C for the departure of U.S. 25th Infantry Division from Inchon, Korea. Troops train at Inchon with battalions of the 25th Division soldiers. The soldiers lined up prior to boarding vessels. Korean children await the departure ceremonies. Trees in the background. A group of Korean children sing songs. Infantrymen carrying barrack bags thread their way across the docks.
A ceremony on pier C for the departure of U.S. 25th Infantry Division from Inchon, Korea. Soldiers gather around an American Red Cross donut wagon. Red Cross personnel at the refreshment wagon. Soldiers take coffee and doughnuts. A painting on the wagon. It reads: 'Farewell Korea, Aloha Hawaii'. Vehicles parked and buildings in the foreground.
Amphibious invasion of Incheon, Korea by U.S. 1st Marine Division during the Korean War. A radar on the bridge of a U.S. ship. U.S. destroyer USS DeHaven (DD-727), Ships head for the beach of Incheon. The importance of securing a beachhead is explained. U.S. battleships fire at coastal targets. Smoke billows up from explosions. Landing crafts loaded with U.S. Mariens head for the beach. Amphibious vehicles loaded with troops are driven on the beach. The marines advance inland. Men of the North Korean People's Army surrender before U.S. Marines. U.S. Navy USS Mahoning County (Landing Ship, Tank-914) embarks units and equipment of 1st Marine Division on beaches.
A ceremony on pier C for the departure of U.S. 25th Infantry Division from Inchon, Korea. Soldiers gather around an American Red Cross donut wagon. A banner reads: 'Welcome 25th' and 'American Red Cross service'. 25th Division band plays. Soldiers gather near a train before boarding.
A ceremony on pier C for the departure of U.S. 25th Infantry Division from Inchon, Korea. Korean children stand near soldiers. A train on a railway track. Soldiers in company and battalion formation await turns to board ferries. The soldiers take photographs. The children sing for the soldiers. A helicopter parked on the ground. The children wave towards the soldiers. A board reads: 'Restricted area for NNIT only'.