British In Korea 1950

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    British in Korea.

    MV HMS Unicorn coming alongside. People in foreground waving and cheering. SV Unicorn drawing alongside. SV Brigadier Coad receiving bouquet from South Korean women. SV Young Korean girls waving flags. CU Side of Unicorn - troops looking over side. SV Unicorn alongside. Yankee bandsman on left of screen. CU Brigadier Coad and another officer. MS Brigadier Coad and others officers waiting on quayside. CU Brigadier Coad. MS Some of crew of ship. LS Some of crew looking over side. MS The U.S. Ambassador, Muccio, greets Brigadier Coad.

    C/U young Korea woman looking on. L/S interior of hall as Doctor Anup Singh and Commission mount platform to pledge complete victory by United Nations. M/S people in audience. M/S Singh Secretary of Commission on dais. L/S towards parade of South Korean youth volunteers marching through street.

    MS Elevated shot mass of girls in youth parade. MS Girls carrying banners. CU Girl. LS Women marching. SCU Woman commander shouting orders. SCU Woman carrying baby on back. MS South Korean troops marching. LS British troops in hangar of aircraft carrier. LS Pan over troops in hangar. Various shots of South Korean troops and U.S. officers at training school.

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    Cataloguer:
    Howard
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    48518
    Sort Number:
    50/072
    Time in/Out:
    01:41:42:00 / 01:44:20:00
    Canister:
    50/72
    Film ID:
    1486.26
    Issue Date:
    07/09/1950
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    Korean veterans
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