Big Picture Series: Korean War Volume 4 DVD
Includes Four Big Picture Series Episodes on the Korean War:
U.N. LINE IS STABILIZED (July-Aug., 1951):
Includes: Our patrols in probing actions, The attack on Hill 1179, The return of Seoul refugees, and more of the ceasefire negotiations. Two combat cameramen tell a dramatic story of filming our troops for the newsreels and for "The Big Picture." Most of their films were made under fire, going into action with our soldiers.
THIRD KOREAN WINTER (Winter 1952-53):
This issue of THE BIG PICTURE depicts the many aspects of our soldiers' daily living in the Korean war zone during the winter period 1952-53. Included are: Scenes of an American patrol leaving and returning to its unit, religious services at the front, and the heroic efforts of our combat medics and front line soldiers receiving hot rations from mess units located close to the front.
The true reaction of the battle-torn Gis to the Korean truce has been well pictured by the cameras of THE BIG PICTURE. Many prisoners of war give their feelings about the truce and recall the war situation at the time they were captured. KOREAN WIND-UP is a capsule chronology of the Korean War.
THE REBIRTH OF SEOUL:
Our cameras focus on Seoul, the Capital of the Republic of Korea. It is the story of a city twice the parade ground of Communist troops, four times a battlefield. "Rebirth of Seoul" is also the story of man's enduring will to triumph in the face of the greatest adversity. With other free members of the United Nations, the United States met the Communist attack in Korea with bravery and sacrifice. Today, Americans,
individually and through our government, are responding to the needs of the people of South Korea with generosity and compassion.
(4 Episodes on 1 DVD, 114 minutes)
NTSC Region 0 encoding (Entire World)
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