Korea, After the War

Korea, After the War

| 15 min

Fred Davis takes a look at Korea in 1954, and gives a sobering account of the realities of war as they affect the Korean population. He sees the primary industries of agriculture and fishing in ruins, towns and villages destroyed, thousands of homeless and orphaned children left to survive as best they may. At the docks of Inchon harbour, previously the landing base for United Nations troops, Davis interviews two officers of UNKRA (United Nations Korean Relief Administration) and learns about this organization's aid program in war-torn Korea.

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Korea, After the War, Bernard Devlin, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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Générique
  • réalisateur
    Bernard Devlin
  • producteur
    Bernard Devlin
  • photographie
    John Foster
  • montage
    Marion Meadows
  • présentateur
    Fred Davis