Evacuation of UN Forces and refugees from Hamhung, during the Korean war.
Hamhung Korea Date:1950, December Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
Piles of war materiel are seen at the port as the X-Corps and refugees evacuate Hamhung, North Korea, in December, 1950. Wounded and disabled being loaded into boats. Large numbers of Korean refugees being evacuated. Troops climbling aboard the troop transport ship, USS Okanogan (APA-220) from landing craft. Abandoned supplies and equipment being destroyed by explosives set off by U.S. Army engineers. A U.S. Navy warship with number 127 on it's bow sits close to the shore. Scenes of operations around the USS Okanogan, as she loads troops aboard.
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