United States soldiers, in Korea, are interviewed and pass Christmas greetings to their families at home.
Korea Date:1953, December 25 Duration:7 min 26 sec Sound:Yes
Christmas Dinner in Korea with "A" Company of the 31st Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division. Members of the Company are in a "Chow line" in their mess tent, as food service soldiers fill their mess trays with Christmas dinner. U.S. Army Cpl Bill Cunningham interviews several of them and gives them opportunity to record Christmas messages to their loved ones at home. He asks them their names, and where they come from and their messages to their family. He interviews Major General Lionel McGarr, the Commanding General of the 7th Infantry Division. Soldiers identified include: PFC Lewis from Massachusetts, Sgt Wiggens from Cambridge Idaho, Cpl Lewis Wells from Indiana, and General McGarr.
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