UNITED NATIONS TRUCE TEAM START OPERATIONS IN PALESTINE.
Although the cease fire order went into effect on Friday 11 June 1948, some elements of the Syrian army continued to wage war against the Jews:
C.U. Arm band reading United Nations, pan up to face of Lt. Val Rychley of Washington D.C. M.S. Side view of the two United Nations mediators, Rychley and Commander Harold D Huxley of San Francisco, conferring with a Haganah colonel, discussing the various violations of the cease fire agreement. S.C.U. Hand pointing out positions on a map. S.C.U. Commander Huxley. S.C.U. Haganah colonel and pan to Rychley. M.S. Rear view of the three conferring, pan up to L.S. of surrounding countryside. M.S. the three leaving the villa after the conference. L.S. Dakota aircraft carrying Bernadotte. Side of aircraft marked with the Red Cross of U.N. taxiing along runway. C.U. Nose of the Dakota aircraft. M.S. Count Bernadotte stepping out of Dakota Aircraft in Haifa being greeted by Captain Eddy of the US Navy (chief of the military mission currently in Palestine). M.S. Bernadotte shakes hands with Captain Eddy. M.S. Bernadotte, the Captain and two others in conference on the airfield. L.S. Bernadotte boarding aircraft to leave. M.S. Dakota aircraft. L.S. Dakota aircraft taking off.
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