Korean Riots 1947

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    Thought to be Selected Originals from late 1940s material.

    Korea. Nationalist forces clash with Korean Communist elements on the 1st anniversary of the country's declaration of independence.

    LS Mass demonstrations in Seoul, the capital, carrying banners.

    MS Armed troops patrolling the streets in a lorry.

    LS VS of skirmishes between Nationalist and Communist elements.

    LS Uniformed man with bandage round his head resists as he is forced away.

    LS Police move in to break up the crowds.

    CU a man holds up a Communist flag.

    MS Prisoners held by police.

    MS CU Line of people being marched along with their hands above their hands.

    Possibly connected with 47/32 - MD

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    British Pathé
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    01:03:37:00 / 01:04:38:00
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    War & Revolution Religion & Politics
    University of Korea
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