HUMANE TREATMENT WEANS PRISONERS FROM RED DOCTRINE Dramatic official pictures show life inside United Nations' compounds, where Red captives are nursed back to health and well fed, under Red Cross inspection.
Title:HUMANE TREATMENT WEANS PRISONERS FROM RED DOCTRINE Dramatic official pictures show life inside United Nations' compounds, where Red captives are nursed back to health and well fed, under Red Cross inspection.
Date:22nd January 1952
Korea: GTV Pan P. O. W. Camp in Korea. CU Letters on ground - 'P. O. W. CAMP 3.' TV New prisoners streaming into camp. LV Prisoners streaming in thru camp gates. SV Wounded & prisoners who are ill being helped off lorry. CU Ditto. CU Pan Up Frost-bitten prisoner on stretcher. SV Prisoner with frost-bitten hands & ears. CU Prisoner looking very ill. CU Prisoner breathing heavily & dropping. SV Men prisoners being deloused. CU Ditto. SV Prisoners having hair clipped off. CU Hair being clipped off prisoner's head. SV Prisoners being inoculated against smallpox. SV Prisoners being issued with new clothes. LV Prisoners doing P.T. SV Ditto. 3 CU's Prisoner types doing P.T. - now beginning to look fit. GTV Pan Up Prisoners lined up & being counted. CU Guard blowing whistle. LV Prisoners towards to get food.
Korean War 1950-1953; Prisoners of War; Medicine and Health; Food, Drink and Cooking
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