British And Us Ships Off Korea 1950

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    Korean naval material - British and American material.

    MS American destroyer alongside the USS 'Rochester' - an oiler. MS side of one of the ships. MS rough seas breaking over ship. Various shots aircraft carrier 'Triumph' at sea. Various shots destroyer and the carrier with oil pipe between them.

    Various shots three ships linked together. LS surgeon, Lieutenant F A Lennan, RN being swung to the American destroyer which had picked up one of the Triumph's pilots. LS as the pilot is swung across to the 'Triumph'. LS as the patient is swung back to the 'Triumph' by breeches buoy. MS doctor being swung back.

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    British Pathé
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    01:32:51:00 / 01:35:30:00
    UN 2286 D
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    UN 2286 D
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    British Troops Enter Korea in 1950 - Video Footage Korean veterans
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