Shows Korean girls making elaborated embroidered scarves. Scenes of girls doing needlework and pictures of Stalin. Shows sample of pottery and bas relief praising Stalin. A Korean artist paints. Korean men manufacture busts with molds and do engraving on slates. Several Korean handicrafts in a room. Russian Army gathers for a celebration held prior to their withdrawal from North Korea.1948.
A documentary series titled 'The Big Picture' on the activities of U.S. 3rd Infantry Division in Korea. Sergeant Stuart Queen presents the show. He introduces U.S. Army Captain Audie Murphy in the show. He speaks about the history of the 3rd Infantry Division. Troops of the 3rd Infantry Division on parade at Fort Benning, Georgia. A map locates key places on the Korean Peninsula. North Korean troops invading South Korea, on June 25, 1950. Contingents of South Korean troops arriving in trucks to attempt resistance. Elements of the U.S. 3rd Infantry Division on the ground along the East coast of Korea. U.S. field artillery firing. With entry of Chinese forces into the conflict, in November, 1950, the U.S. 3rd Infantry troops assume defensive positions in the Hamhung area of North Korea. forces to facilitate evacuation of other X-Corps units by landing craft to waiting transport ships. One landing craft seen has the number APA 98-3 on its side, indicating it originally belonged to the troop transport, USS Dutchess, APA-98 ( which was decommisioned and sold, in 1948).
Russian soldiers are honored before leaving Korea. Officials at a mass meeting. The wall behind the speaker's stand is decorated with pictures of Kim II Sung and Joseph Stalin with dates 1945-1948. Russian officers speak and receive gifts from the people of Korea. Korean boys exchange gifts with Russian girls. Girls present flowers to Soviet fliers. Two Soviet aviators hold Korean children. A fighter aircraft takes off. The girls wave to the fliers. Fighter aircraft in flight.
Soviet Army and Navy personnel line up in columns at a celebration ceremony held prior to the withdrawal of Soviets from North Korea. Prime Minister of North Korea, Kim II Sung and Vice Premier Hong Myung He present Soviet Army and Naval officers with Liberation Medals. View of medals on an officer's uniform.1948.
PM Kim II Sung gives speech on the industrial development in North Korea.Shows Lady workers working in a textile industry. Textile looms and rolls of manufactured textiles can be seen. Another scene shows a silk industry.PM Kim II sung's speech transitions in between the entire clip. Shows laborers constructing a factory building. PM Kim II Sung addresses the masses in a meeting and speaks on problems in South Korea. Approx 1948.
Shows Prime Minister Kim II Sung speaking on the podium at the North Korean Assembly held to draft Constitution in North Korea. Several dignitaries,reporters and press officials present at the event. Flags of South Korea and Soviet Union can be seen in the backdrop. Other dignitaries take the microphone to make their speeches. Reporters take down the speeches on their notepads.1948.