United Nations Forces evacuation from Hungnam Harbor, North Korea, during the Korean War
Hungnam North Korea Date:1950, December 13 Duration:2 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Evacuation of Hungnam involving the safe withdrawal of the bulk of UN forces in eastern North Korea. Korean refugees disembarking from boats, near a U.S. Landing Ship Tank (LST). They line up along the shore, where many others are already gathered. Another larger boat approaches, filled with more refugees. An adjacent boat displays the Republic of Korea flag. View from deck of the LST, through front loading doors, as a U.S. Marine Corps M-5H-6 International Harvester 2 1/2 Ton 6x6 Cargo Truck drives aboard. It slowly climbs the LST ramp. Scene shifts to deck of the LST Where a truck pulling an air compressor, arrives at top of ramp to join other trucks parked on deck. View downward from LST deck where more trucks are driving onto the ship's ramp. A stack of 55 gallon steel drums is seen on shore. More boats arrive carrying refugees. Those on shore move slowly aboard the LST. Many are seen lining the railings of the ship's deck.
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