The American Forces Korea Network in Seoul, South Korea. A man seated at a film splicer and film projector edits film to add U.S. Army produced commercials, and to tailor films as needed for station schedule. A station commander holds a meeting with staff of military and civilian department heads to discuss problems of technical upkeep and program schedule changes. Decisions are taken in the meeting. Live programs designed for U.S. troops in Korea are produced at the key station of American Forces Korea Network. A man works before the broadcast of the daily television news shows. He selects photographs to be broad casted during the program. Other man sorts program tapes. Newsreaders seated at a desk. A cameraman records the event. A newsreader reads sports news.
The American Forces Korea Network in Seoul, South Korea. In a weather reporting segment, an officer points at a weather board. Information is gathered from data gathering devices at a military weather bureau. A live performance by an artist at a studio. A demonstration of an attack by a military guide dog on enemy agents. Guest appearance by sports champions during a show.
Invasion of Seoul, Korea by U.S. 1st Marine Division during the Korean War. U.S. Marines advance toward Seoul city after they cross the Han River. The marines fire guns at enemy positions. U.S. Air Force fighter airplanes drop bombs over ground targets. Smoke rises from the bombardment. U.S. Marines receive heavy artillery fire by the North Korean People's Army. Wounded marines are evacuated. The marines involved in street fight. They advance after the capture of Seoul. A marine reads an American newspaper about U.S. Marines advance in Seoul. UN (United Nations) troops advance in North Korea after securing Seoul. Tanks, jeeps and trucks loaded with marines move ahead. Soldiers march along a road.
Propaganda film made by North Korea. American soldiers, on sightseeing tours, and at rodeo. Public building in Seoul. Unemployed Koreans gambling and loafing in Bagado park, Seoul. Korean fortune teller in park. Market place in Seoul. Korean people looking at Japanese goods being sold. Slum sections of Seoul. Korean inspector searching private home. Sign on door "Contagious Disease". Sick children lying in streets. Sign "Give Us Rice". Idle factories. Wrecked factory equipment. American soldiers and Korean girls dancing and drinking in night clubs. Wild Korean Jazz band. Flashing night club signs. Night scene of Korean placing sign on wall that the Russians and Americans should leave Korea. Korean police walking threateningly toward the Korean. Atrocities committed by the South Koreans: Tortures and beating in cellars, dragging men and women behind trucks, hanging of many men and women at the Song Ack mountain in Kai Sung. Corpses lying on ground after being cut down from the trees. Men, women and children with hands tied behind their backs lying in shallow graves. Communists in South Korea revolting and killing police
The United Nations military action preserves democracy in South Korea and from attack of Communist North Korea. Map shows division of 38 Parallel in Korea. Pyongyang in North and Seoul in South Korea. Line and board reads 38 parallel on road and bridge. City of Seoul, the Capital of South Korea. The UN Commission at Korean assembly examines process of establishing democracy. Officials and President Syngman Rhee. The flag of South Korea. Civilians line for voting. Women stand in line. A child on back of woman. Men go in and come out of polling booth. River and hill in peninsula.
United States Marines and 7th Infantry Division troops fight on street in Seoul, South Korea and recapture the city on September 26, 1950. A geographical map shows the map of Korea with the area that was occupied by United States troops beginning September 20, 1950. United States Marines and 7th Infantry Division troops fight in ruins of Seoul. Soldiers take shelter behind sandbag wall and fires at enemy. Soldiers fire from building. Soldiers and tanks advance on damaged Seoul Street. Troops take rest. Marine reads newspaper cutting headlined 'Marines enter Seoul Fight Reds in Street'.