Dulles Reports To President 1950

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    Full title reads: "Korea. Dulles reports To President".

    American officials, both political and military, prepare for the Korean War to hot up.

    Washington DC, United States of America (USA).

    MV Mr John Foster Dulles arriving in Washington. SV Pressmen. CU Dulles.


    MV Dulles, American army and Korean officers in slit trench examining maps. MV Korean countryside.

    Haneda air base, Tokyo, Japan.

    SV General Douglas MacArthur and Dulles. MV MacArthur and Dulles, shaking hands.

    Itazuki air base, Japan.

    SV American soldiers and civilians disembarking. SV American soldiers standing in front of 'plane. MV Casualty on stretcher. SV Civilians being checked off 'planes. MV Civilian carrying rifle. MV American soldiers trooping off field. MV Soldiers and civilians drinking coffee. CU Canteen workers serving drinks. CU Man drinking. MV Soldiers drinking. MV Refugees walking from 'plane.

    (F.G.) (Orig.I.) (Tin 2)

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:04:57:00 / 01:06:01:00
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