Prisoners of war being moved and searched by U.S. Army Military Police of the 8th Army, during the Korean War
Korea Date:1952 Duration:1 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of U.S. 8th Army Military Police during the Korean War. U.S. Army Military Police (MPs) and prisoners of war (POW) standing. The POWs board a truck. They are led by MPs. The POWs enter a camp area in a line. An MP frisks a prisoner. Prisoner being fingerprinted. Prisoners standing on a road in groups. The MPs stand beside them. They check the identities of the prisoners. The prisoners are being searched by the MPs. A child on a bicycle.
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