Big Picture Series: Korean War Volume 3 DVD
Includes Four Big Picture Series Episodes on the Korean War:
U.N. FORCES CROSS THE 38TH PARALLEL (March 1951):
Includes: The landing of our paratroopers near Munsan. The crossing of the Imjin River by Republic of Korean
troops. The "one-two punch" of the 8th Army, the tank-infantry team crosses the 38th Parallel. A brief report on the activation of SHAPE in Paris with a few words from the former General of the Army, Dwight D. Eisenhower.
REDS LAUNCH SPRING OFFENSIVE (Apr-May 1951):
Includes: Establishing the Lincoln Line; The need for blood in Korea; A powerful air-ground assault against the Reds. The Army Medical Corps is represented on this program with interviews with Nurse Captain Molly Younger, who served with a front line surgical team in Korea, and Sergeant Preputnick, who was an aid man with a rifle company in Korea.
U.N. FORCES COUNTERATTACK (May-June, 1951):
Our allied units throw a powerful counterattack against the Reds infantry tanks, artillery, and air all combine to throw the Reds back to the North. The Navy blasts the enemy with rockets. Captain Zimmerman interviews Chaplain Joseph Murphy of Boston, Massachusetts, and Captain John Rock, former company commander with the 1st Cavalry Division in Korea. Chaplain Murphy, whose jeep was labelled "Life with
Father" pays tribute to the spirit of the men of the Infantry.
KOREAN CEASE FIRE TALKS BEGIN (June-July, 1951):
Includes: Scenes from the United Nations session in New York. Our negotiators at Kaesong. This program includes a tribute to the men of the Infantry from an Army officer who served with them as a platoon leader, Lieutenant Robert Fallon of Washington, D.C. Lieutenant Fallon points out the difficult but very important job of the man carrying the rifle in combat.
(4 Episodes on 1 DVD, RT. 115 minutes)
NTSC Region 0 encoding (Entire World)
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