Korea: Battles Not Forgotten

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Korea: Battles Not Forgotten

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State-of-the-art technology was used to digitally remaster and create pristine transfers from the original source materials in order to give you the highest quality collection of war films available anywhere in this 4-DVD boxed set from the National Archives.
Disk Count: 4
Video Format: Standard
Run Time: Approx. 6 hours

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Select films from this inestimable national resource have been assembled to produce Korea: Battles Not Forgotten, a collection of war films focused on U.S. involvement in “the Forgotten War.” Note: These films are not rated. May contain scenes and language not suitable for all viewers.

Films:
This Is Korea (1954)
One Year in Korea (1951)
The Korea Story (1953)
The Crime of Korea (1950)
Christmas in Korea (1953)
The 24th Infantry Division in Korea (1954)
The 2nd Infantry Division in Korea (1954)
Operation Inchon (1951)
A Motion Picture History of the Korean War (1953)
Third Division in Korea (1956)
The Marines in Korea (1953)
The U.N. Aids Republic of Korea in the Fight against Aggression (1950)
U.N. Offensive (1952)
U.N. Forces Cross the 38th Parallel (1951)

Product Features:

  • Digitally remastered from the original films to give you the highest-quality, most pristine collection of war films available anywhere
  • These are the original Korean War movies from the National Archives as they were originally filmed and edited
  • National Archives films include: This Is Korea (1954), One Year in Korea (1951), The Korea Story (1953), The Crime of Korea (1950), Christmas in Korea (1953), The 24th Infantry Division in Korea (1954), The 2nd Infantry Division in Korea (1954), Operation Inchon (1951), A Motion Picture History of the Korean War (1953), Third Division in Korea (1956), The Marines in Korea (1953), The U.N. Aids Republic of Korea in the Fight against Aggression (1950), Combat Offensive in Korea (1952), U.N. Forces Cross the 38th Parallel (1951)
  • Watch the Hollywood director John Ford’s documentary “This is Korea” with rare color footage of air and ground attacks
  • Featuring footage of President Truman on the post-war state of South Korea