General MacArthur arrives in Seoul to attend the Korean Independence Ceremony
Coverage from Tokyo, Seoul, London and Washington as problems grow in Korea.
Presidential elections take place in South Korea while UN troops bombard the North Koreans.
President Elect Eisenhower visits United Nations and South Korean troops on the front.
Preparations for the exchange of POW's after signing the Peace in Korea.
Protesters marching through Seoul, POW camp, Fuel dump on fire at Inchon after air raid.
Large crowd assembled in the main square of Seoul & Syngman Rhee addressing people.
Bombed area in Seoul and Koreans demonstrating against armistice at US army centres.
President Syngman Rhee addresses crowds in South Korea.
US General Maxwell Taylor congratulates Korean army with a speech in their native tongue.
Dr Syngman Rhee and wife entering voting station, women voting.
American relief to war-stricken children in the aftermath of Korean fighting
Various shots of students marching in Seoul on the anniversary of the Korean War, Dr Syngman Rhee, President of the Korean Republic speaking at a rally.
Various shots of President Dr Syngman Rhee awarding certificates to graduates at Korean West Point's first graduation day, taking the salute and the parade marching past.
50,000 people gather to hear evangelist Billy Graham speak in Seoul. Korea.
The armed forces of the Republic of South Korea salute their octogenarian President.
Crowds mass on the streets where the attempted assassination of John Chang took place, the police jeep taking Vice President to hospital and police guarding the gates to his home.
Rhee & his wife, Lee Ki Poonb voting. Widow of Rhee's chief opponent crying as she votes.
President Syngman Rhee attends air show on armed forced day. South Korea.
Sygman Rhee speaking from stand, armed forces marching past, Rhee saluting.
American and Korean troops in manoeuvres on the beaches of Pohang Bay.
People in Seoul riot in the streets against election of Synghman Rhee. Korea.
President Syngman Rhee resigns after riots over his election. South Korea.
A record turnout of voters in South Korea give their 84-year old president a fourth term.
Korean students demonstrate against President Rhee.
Koreans hold a memorial service to those killed in the uprising against Syngman Rhee in 1960.