Chinese prisoners repatriated from Korea to Taiwan (Republic of China).
Taipei Taiwan Date:1954, January 23 Duration:6 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) return from Korean prison camps to Taipei, Taiwan. Prisoners return on 23rd January, 1954. Crowd gathered outside a large building in Taipei. A large bell is rung. Chairman of the gathering and Premier of China, Chang Chun addresses the crowd. The crowd with banners demonstrates against communism. Korean ambassador at the gathering. Men in white cloths lined up. The Map of Korea shows 38th parallel on it. The United Nations and The U.S. flags. Planes in flight arrive to Korea from Taiwan. Chinese officers march on airfield after leaving planes. U.S. official instructs Chinese officers. The UN Transportation Corps load supplies onto truck. Sign reads 'Warming Tents'. American General BS Latton with the United Nations staff makes an inspection of transportation arrangements. Processing officers arrive at field. The Chinese Nationalist Military delegation men arrive from Taiwan. The Commanding Officer of The UN Forces, John Ho inspects the processing area with his staff. View of building area. Men prepare flags. Signs and banners along road. General Latton with a Chinese General. Representatives of the Chinese Nationalist Government lined up to welcome prisoners. Band plays music. Chinese prisoners arrive with flags and banners. They are welcomed by the UN officials. Chinese prisoners get into tents.
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