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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 1
Story No: X06403
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
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Building where armistice was signed ('Panmunjeom', DPRK)

Opening title, background statue of soldiers. Subtitle: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War"

Ordnance explosions on hillside, artillery positions firing

US planes dropping bombs on the countryside, cities

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as "South Korea" and "North Korea" respectively.

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Subjects: War and unrest, Documentaries, General news, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
Locations: North Korea, East Asia, Asia
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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 8
Story No: X06410
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
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Japanese forges produce military planes, artillery, tanks.

Footage of New York skyline, US military production

Long queues and unemployment in New York, Stock Exchange

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as "South Korea" and "North Korea" respectively.

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Subjects: Weapons manufacturing, Firearms manufacturing, War and unrest, Documentaries, Aerospace and defense industry, Industrial products and services, Industries, Business, General news, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
Locations: North Korea, East Asia, Asia
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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 12
Story No: X06414
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
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Japanese waterfall at Nikko

Large fleet of US bombers, fighters (believed to be the Sea Fury) assembled on a plain

Peaceful Korean cityscapes: trams, laughing schoolgirls, families, nursery group. Children in traditional dress gather foliage on the hillside

Camouflaged troops with rifles and bazookas run through trenches

US troops dance with Korean girls

Norwegian ship 'Reinholt' carries US dependants from Inchon to Yokosuka

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as "South Korea" and "North Korea" respectively.

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Subjects: War and unrest, Documentaries, General news, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
Locations: North Korea, East Asia, Asia
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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 5
Story No: X06407
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
People: Kim Il Sung
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UN meets

UN representative arrives in Korea (greets Japanese?), contrasts with soapbox Korean speakers addressing crowds

Electoral disturbances in the south

Kim Ku and other political leaders (incl. Kim Il Sung) attend a north/south political conference for unification

US military leader (believed to be Lieutenant General Hodge - military governer of south Korea 1945-1948) stands alongside south Korean leader Syngman Rhee (Lee Seungman) in front of former Japanese General Government Building, Seoul.

Montage of the USS General Sherman, with one of its cannons fired against Korea (Choson) in 1866

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as "South Korea" and "North Korea" respectively.

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Subjects: War and unrest, Documentaries, General news, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
People: Kim Il Sung
Locations: North Korea, South Korea, East Asia, Asia
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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 7
Story No: X06409
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
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US military personnel oversee south Korean field training (rifles, military positioning, artillery)

Cadets training

Equipment unloaded from US planes, tanks carried on trains

Map of east Asia shows extent of US air, naval positions - appears to threaten north Korea.

Shots of the US fleet, air force

Footage of the Potsdam Conference

Shot of General MacArthur and Emperor Hirohito, and (possibly) of Japanese who had been involved in the occupation of Korea yet retained rank in post-surrender Japan.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as ?South Korea? and ?North Korea? respectively.

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Subjects: War and unrest, Documentaries, General news, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
Locations: North Korea, South Korea, East Asia, Asia
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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 4
Story No: X06406
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
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Soldiers on parade

'US military ordinances' documents

Footage of a Seoul textile company, smashed up after its workers were attacked by US/south Korean forces

Poverty in Seoul shanty towns

Crowds in south Korea demonstrating

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as "South Korea" and "North Korea" respectively.

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Subjects: War and unrest, Documentaries, General news, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
Locations: North Korea, South Korea, Seoul, East Asia, Asia
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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 13
Story No: X06415
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
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Explosions on hillsides

ROK artillery pound hillside, hundreds of troops march forward over the 38th parallel.

Credits

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as "South Korea" and "North Korea" respectively.

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Subjects: War and unrest, Documentaries, General news, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
Locations: North Korea, East Asia, Asia
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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 6
Story No: X06408
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
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Town residents flee as US naval positions raze buildings, soldiers storm houses (Yeosu, 1948)

External shot of prison, firing line for the Yeosu insurgents, soldiers returning from front

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as "South Korea" and "North Korea" respectively.

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Subjects: War and unrest, Documentaries, General news, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
Locations: North Korea, East Asia, Asia
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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 2
Story No: X06404
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
People: Kim Il Sung
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Professor Park Si-hyo?ng talking in office

Tattered Japanese flag

Hundreds of Japanese surrendering, lying on roadside and laying down weapons (rifles with bayonets)

Jubilant crowds throng through city upon liberation

A young Kim Il-sung appears to address the crowds (note: Kim Il-sung was not in Korea at the time of liberation)

Fireworks

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as ?South Korea? and ?North Korea? respectively.

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Subjects: Documentaries, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
People: Kim Il Sung
Locations: North Korea, East Asia, Asia
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North Korea: The Fatherland Liberation War, Vol.1
Title:
SD
Summary: "The US Imperialist Aggressors are Warmongerers of the Korean War": Part 11
Story No: X06413
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 30/07/1950 00:00 AM
People:
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MacArthur appears in front of military press with US dignitary

US army parades

Japanese army parades

MacArthur salutes large parade of tanks, heavy artillery

John Foster Dulles (advisor to the US State Department) inspects the troops at the 38th parallel (note: this visit occurred in June 1950, and saw Dulles confirm US support for the south)

Dulles meets with Synghman Rhee

Dulles meets and shakes hands with MacArthur

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

This sequence is taken from a 35 minute documentary which looks at the build-up to the Korean War, from liberation in August 1945 up to the day the ROK attacked the DPRK in July 1950.

The documentary appears to argue that:

a) US imperialists were bed-fellows with the Japanese former colonisers from the outset, and forged a political and military alliance with regards to Korea

b) South Korea suppressed popular movements opposed to the Rhee regime

c) the ROK and the US were intent on bolstering their military forces and had public (as well as private) plans to invade the north

d) the Korean war started with an attack from the south

The documentary does not look at Soviet support or domestic developments in north Korea/the DPRK. The ROK and DPRK were both formed as separate States in 1948. Before this they were regarded as "South Korea" and "North Korea" respectively.

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Subjects: War and unrest, Documentaries, General news, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
Locations: North Korea, East Asia, Asia
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