UN troops retreat in Korea and the leaders of U.S. and England meet in Washington D.C., United States to discuss the situation.
Korea Date:1950, December 7 Duration:2 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
United Nation troops retreat during the Korean War. UN forces comprising of the British and American soldiers retreat south wards in Korea as a result of Chinese aggression, Soldiers loaded in military trucks as they cross a bridge. Displaced Korean civilians in a barge, on rail road tracks and along the roads. In Washington D.C., United States British Prime Minister Clement Attlee meets United States President Harry S. Truman. United States Secretary of State Dean Acheson also attends the meeting. Prime Minister Attlee during his address before the National Press Club emphasizes on resisting the aggression by the Red China. He also affirms the firm faith of the two countries in the principle of Rule of Law.
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