Archives of War V03 (1998)
Director: Marty Callaghan
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|Volume 3--Korea tells the story of the first "hot" conflict--from the invasion of South Korea by the North Korean Army on June 25, 1950, to the armistice that was signed three years later. It also includes material from the war's aftermath such as political protests in South Korea, the positioning of tactical atomic weapons on the Korean peninsula, and the resignation of South Korea's president. Other topics covered are the Inchon Landing, General MacArthur's resignation, air warfare, the retreat of the U.S. forces from Chosin reservoir, POW exchanges and the infamous Koje prison camp riots. Vietnam illustrates several phases of a conflict that lasted many years--from the French struggle against communist Viet Minh in the 1950's to the start of the Paris peace negotiations in 1968. France's war in Vietnam is well documented: air attacks, commando raids, land battles and the fall of Dien Bien Bhu. The program also covers early U.S. support of South Vietnam, the buildup of U.S. forces during the 1960's, bombing raids, rivertine operations, naval air attacks and worldwide protests against the war, from Saigon to Stockholm.|
Editor's NoteThe final two volumes in the ARCHIVES OF WAR documentary series. Episodes included are "Korea" and "Vietnam." See individual titles for further details.
Cast & Crew
|Malik B. Ali - Executive Producer|
|Waleed B. Ali - Executive Producer|
|Marty Callaghan - Director|
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