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Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek with other officers on USS Swordfish, and disembark the submarine at Keelung Harbor, Taiwan.

U.S. Navy USS Swordfish with the President of Republic of China General Chiang Kai-shek arrives at Keelung Harbor in Taiwan. U.S. Navy USS Swordfish arriving at Keelung, Taiwan harbor. A crew and party on the deck. VIPs line up aboard the submarine. A crew member throws a heaving line to dock. Men on deck of USS Swordfish letting the submarine go off mooring line. The General stands next to Lieutenant Commander Roth S. Leddick, Commander of the submarine. The General, Commander Roth S. Leddick, and other Chinese and U.S. officers stand on the deck. General Chiang shakes hands with U.S. 7th fleet Vice Admiral Charles D. Griffin. Chinese Major General Hu Shu-Kuang stands next to conning tower. General Hu Shu-Kuang and General Chiang disembark the submarine. General Chiang steps out of dock.

Date: 1960, March 8
Duration: 1 min 1 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
General Chiang Kai-shek in wardroom of USS Swordfish with Commander Leddick and Vice Admiral Charles as they leave Keelung.

U.S. Navy USS Swordfish with the President of Republic of China General Chiang Kai-shek, at Keelung Harbor in Taiwan. U.S. 7th fleet Vice Admiral Charles D. Griffin comes aboard U.S. Navy USS Swordfish at Keelung Harbor in Taiwan. An unidentified Chinese officer boards the submarine. Joseph A. Yager of the U.S. Embassy steps aboard USS Swordfish. The U.S. Embassy official is greeted by Vice Admiral Charles. General Chiang boards USS Swordfish with his Army and Naval aid. General Chiang as he walks across bow and comes to a salute. The General is welcomed aboard by Vice Admiral Charles. General Chiang, Lieutenant Commander Roth S. Leddick, Commander of the submarine and another unidentified officer on the bridge of the submarine. General Chiang speaks to Vice Admiral Charles. General's aide stands by. General Chiang speaks to Vice Admiral Charles as his aide looks on. General Chiang shakes hands with Commander Roth S. Leddick as they stand in front of the sail. Vice Admiral Charles D. Griffin leaves the submarine. General Chiang shakes hands with the ship's officers as he prepares to leave. General Chiang sitting in the wardroom of USS Swordfish with Vice Admiral Griffin and Commander Roth S. Leddick Lieutenant Commander Roth S. Leddick hands a card to General Chiang. The resident looks through a periscope. General at the controls of the submarine while submarine is submerged.

Date: 1960, March 8
Duration: 2 min 43 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek salutes officers lined up on deck of U.S. Navy USS Swordfish, and leaves for Keelung in Taiwan.

U.S. Navy USS Swordfish with the President of Republic of China General Chiang Kai-shek, leaves for Keelung in Taiwan. Side boys stand at attention. U.S. 7th fleet Vice Admiral Charles D. Griffin arrives aboard USS Swordfish while the submarine is at a dock. Vice Admiral Charles and a U.S. officer stand at attention. Chinese Major General Hu Shu-Kuang boards USS Swordfish after passing through ranks of side boys on the dock. A car arrives with the President of Republic of China General Chiang Kai-shek. General Chiang gets off from the car. The President salutes and looks towards the submarine. General Chiang Kai-shek with Hu Shu-Kuang following behind as they board USS Swordfish. General Chiang Kai-Shek salutes various officers lined up on the deck of the submarine. General is greeted by Vice Admiral Griffin, Vice Admiral Ronald N. Smoot Commander of the U.S. Taiwan Defense Command, Major General L. I. Doan Chief of the Military Assistance Advisory Group in Taiwan and Mr. Joseph A. Yager of the U.S. Embassy. The General steps into a hatchway leading into the conning tower, followed by Hu Shu-Kuang and other officers.

Date: 1960, March 8
Duration: 57 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Wounded Chinese soldiers (People's Republic of China) treated and presented with gifts in Taipei, Taiwan.

Aircraft in flight over sea. Convoy of ships underway on their way to Taipei in Taiwan from Incheon, Korea. Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) sing and play music aboard ship. Chinese prisoners return from Korean prison camps. The U.S. warships escort the ship of Chinese Prisoners. Crowd and officials lined up at Taipei Songshan Airport awaiting arrival of wounded soldiers from war. Large crowd holds bouquet, signs and banners. Plane lands on runway and taxis. Crowd waves flags. Man directs plane. Large crowd cheers. Crowd surrounds ambulance moving ahead. Wounded Chinese soldiers are carried on stretchers to ambulance. They receive bouquets from the crowd. Soldiers disembark from plane. Nurses serve drinks and food to soldiers. Members of Chinese Civil and Government organizations enter hospital in outskirts of Taipei. Wounded soldiers on bed. Members of Overseas Chinese National Salvation Association and Overseas Chinese students present gifts and greetings to wounded soldiers. Another group of soldiers in near by hospital receive gifts. A soldier speaks at mike and makes a symbolic representation of blood stained flag. Men with signs and flags in hospital. Aircraft in flight over Keelung in Taiwan. Chinese prisoners return on ship from Incheon, Korea. Troops disembark from ship. Crowd lined up with flags and signs at dock. Band plays music. Ship enters Keelung harbor. Chinese prisoners aboard ship. Large crowd cheers.

Date: 1954
Duration: 6 min 30 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) arrive in Taipei from Korean prison camps.

Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) aboard U.S. Navy LST ships, including LST 616, reach Keelung harbor in Taiwan. They return from Korean prison camps. Large crowd cheers on dock cheer. The crowd waves flags and carries banners. Band plays music. Chinese prisoners disembark from ship. They are greeted by General Chiang Ching-kuo and other Chinese officials. Prisoners march with flags. Men and women give a warm welcome to prisoners. Chinese officials speak at mike in auditorium. Prisoners lined up holding bouquet. Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and other Chinese officials address men in auditorium.US Major General, William C. Chase, Commanding General of the American Military Advisory Group on Taiwan, speaks to them. Chinese prisoner speaks on mike. Prisoners with clenched fists. American crew of ships which escorted Chinese prisoners to Taiwan presented with gifts. Chinese troops with flags march on streets of Taipei. They get on trucks. Crowd waves to leaving Chinese prisoners. Large crowd lined up on streets. Chinese girls in white clothes ride bicycles. Prisoners on trucks shake hands with people. Premier Chang Chun and other Chinese officials await the arrival of Chinese prisoners in Presidential mansion. Premier Chang Chun and other Chinese officials wave hats to arriving prisoners. Trucks on road. Crowd and children wave flags and cheer to welcome prisoners. Prisoners arrive to barracks on field.

Date: 1954
Duration: 7 min 27 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Smoke rising from U.S. Army Air Forces bombing of Japanese military camps in Formosa, during World War II

World War 2, aerial view of air attacks (from unseen U.S. aircraft) on Japanese military camps in the slopes of mountains rising abruptly over the Keelung (aka Chi-lung, Kirun, or Kiirun) coast of Formosa (Taiwan). Clusters of small explosions are seen covering the camps

Date: 1945
Duration: 1 min 59 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
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