Korean refugees use ferries to cross the Pyongyang river in Pyongyang, Korea.
Pyongyang North Korea Date:1950, December 2 Duration:1 min 22 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Korean refugees standing in two open boats ready to be ferried across the Pyongyang River, in Korea. Snow is on the river bank.Ferrymen on port and starboard push one boat away from the shore, using a long poles. Large group of refugees queued up on riverbank awaiting next ferry. A Korean Army Military Policeman is in charge of the queue. Several refugees are permitted to run off to catch a ferry about to leave. Along the embankment, refugees are gathered on a dock, next to a building, and the line of refugees extends a long way up the embankment to an open shelter above. Family groups are evident including men, women, and children. Some women carry large bundles on their heads.
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