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U.S. Occupation of Korea

U.S. Occupation of Korea

 
 
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ARC Identifier 13796 / Local Identifier 107-1553 - War Department. Office of the Secretary. Bureau of Public Relations. News Division. (02/11/1943 - 09/26/1945) - 1945 - Japanese troops in Korea are disarmed by the U.S. forces and moved toward ports of embarkation. Shows stacks of arms confiscated from the Japanese. U.S. troops march and motorized columns roll through Seoul. A Korean speaker welcomes the Americans. Shows tents of U.S. forces bivouaced in the city's square and a closeup of U.S. soldiers around a machine gun. - Copied by Thomas Gideon

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1945
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