Psychological Warfare Unit working with South korean villagers during Korean War
Korea Date:1951, March Duration:3 min 24 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Psychological Warfare Unit visiting Korean village in valley with several buildings and a circling dirt road. It is surrounded by mountains. A Korean Marine (interpreter) uses a microphone to call out to residents. next, a Marine of the U.S. 1st Marine Division, is seen nearby, talking to another Korean Marine. A U.S. rifleman stands guard. Two Korean men come forward and approach a cluster of Marines. The older, bearded man speaks to an interpreter. Scene shifts to a tall young man with another man accompanied by two women and a boy. More family members join them. Interpreters speak with them. More women and children come forward including two women carrying South Korean flags of the Republic of korea. One of the men coming with families, is missing his right leg, and uses crutches. The people converse in earnest with the Korean Marine interpreter. Two Korean Marines silhouetted against light sky as one reads announcement to the villagers. (Korean War)
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