American soldiers firing recoilless rifles in Korea during the Korean War; views of North Korean soldiers
Korea Date:1951 Duration:2 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
A film about uses and importance of weapons since old times in the United States. United States soldiers being trained in the use of recoilless rifle. Men fire recoilless rifles. Soldiers fire rifles during a training exercise. Smoke rises. A soldier look through binoculars. Scene changes to Korea. North Korean Army soldiers on motorbikes, bicycles and horses advance in Korea during the Korean War. Artillery and mortars being set up and fired by North Korean forces. U.S. Army soldiers carrying rifles advance in Korea during the Korean War. American Army soldiers take up positions on hills overlooking a valley and are seen firing at North Korean enemy positions. U.S. Army soldiers return to the United States after the Korean War. They disembark from a ship. The soldiers loaded in trucks move past cheering crowds in a New York parade.
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