Protesters marching through Seoul, POW camp, Fuel dump on fire at Inchon after air raid.
Angry South Koreans stage a protest against the terms of the proposed truce between the United Nations and the Communists. A truce seemed imminent until South Korean President Syngman Rhee demanded unification of all Korea and the withdrawal of Chinese communists.
25,000 anti-red prisoners of war are freed by ROK guards on orders from Syngman Rhee.
The biggest air raid of the war sends towers of flame rolling hundreds of feet over Inchon, the port city of Seoul. A fuel dump becomes a sea of searing fire and exploding gas as troops try to keep the flames from spreading. Oil drums are bounced 100 feet in the air by terrific explosions. It's the most successful air attack yet by the Reds. On the ground columns of smoke can be seen 35 miles away.
GV. Mass of demonstrators moving through Seoul. STV. Mass of demonstrators, shouting slogans. STV. Girl running in procession. GV. Demonstrators in procession. GV. Demonstrators surge forward. SCU. Sign over P.O.W. camp gate. GV. Empty compound. SV. American G.I.'s repairing barbed wire fence. MV. R.O.K. sentry looking into compound at handful of recaptured prisoners. SCU. R.O.K. Sentry. LV. American troops marching in to relieve R.O.K. Guards. SV. American troops camped inside stockade. SV. R.O.K. sentry being relieved. SV. American sentry. SV. Another guard. GV. Lookout tower and guards in empty compound. LV. Fuel dump on fire at Inchon after air raid. SV. Flames leaping into air. LV. Smoke and flames of fire. LV. Smoke rises behind buildings. LV. Firemen cross picture in foreground. LV. Smoke rising from fire. (2 shots). GV. Fire behind buildings. GV. Fire. (F.G.)