Wounded Chinese soldiers (People's Republic of China) treated and presented with gifts in Taipei, Taiwan.
Taipei Taiwan Date:1954 Duration:6 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
Aircraft in flight over sea. Convoy of ships underway on their way to Taipei in Taiwan from Incheon, Korea. Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) sing and play music aboard ship. Chinese prisoners return from Korean prison camps. The U.S. warships escort the ship of Chinese Prisoners. Crowd and officials lined up at Taipei Songshan Airport awaiting arrival of wounded soldiers from war. Large crowd holds bouquet, signs and banners. Plane lands on runway and taxis. Crowd waves flags. Man directs plane. Large crowd cheers. Crowd surrounds ambulance moving ahead. Wounded Chinese soldiers are carried on stretchers to ambulance. They receive bouquets from the crowd. Soldiers disembark from plane. Nurses serve drinks and food to soldiers. Members of Chinese Civil and Government organizations enter hospital in outskirts of Taipei. Wounded soldiers on bed. Members of Overseas Chinese National Salvation Association and Overseas Chinese students present gifts and greetings to wounded soldiers. Another group of soldiers in near by hospital receive gifts. A soldier speaks at mike and makes a symbolic representation of blood stained flag. Men with signs and flags in hospital. Aircraft in flight over Keelung in Taiwan. Chinese prisoners return on ship from Incheon, Korea. Troops disembark from ship. Crowd lined up with flags and signs at dock. Band plays music. Ship enters Keelung harbor. Chinese prisoners aboard ship. Large crowd cheers.
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