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In defense of peace, 1951 [videorecording] /
United States Information Service.
[College Park, MD] : National Archives and Record Administration, [2010?]
1 videodisc (22 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
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[College Park, MD] : National Archives and Record Administration, [2010?]
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ARC: 11956
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On international events since the end of World War II. Flashbacks show WWII scenes of Russian troops advancing, Germans surrendering, allied forces landing in France on D-Day, the meeting of U.S. and Russian troops at the Elbe River, aerial views of the ruins of Berlin, Germans surrendering at Rheims, Pres. Truman and Joseph Stalin at the Potsdam Conference, U.S. Marines battling on beaches of Pacific islands, the flag raising on Iwo Jima, aerial views of the ruins of Tokyo, and the Japanese surrender to MacArthur aboard the battleship Missouri. Delegates of nations, among them Gromyko and Molotov, meet in San Francisco and create a United Nations organization. U.S. bombers are destroyed and factories are converted to peacetime production. Gromyko walks out of a UN debate on the Iranian question. The U.S. proclaims the Marshall Plan and supplies for Europe are loaded on ships at docks. Flashes of reconstruction work in Europe are shown. Communists demonstrate and blockade Berlin; U.S. planes fly supplies to the blockaded city and the blockade is lifted. Refugees flee East Germany. South Korean voters go to the polls and U.S. troops evacuate Korea. North Koreans attack South Korea. U.S. troops land at Pusan to aid South Korea.
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