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Pictorial Report Number 5.

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975. "A fascinating but little known organization is the Army Exhibit Unit which visually dramatizes vital parts of the Army's story ... shows you the operation of this unit and one of its most striking displays--the recreation of prison life in North Korea. The second feature is a documentary about the Japanese Security Guard. Since the end of World War II, Japan has been recovering steadily from the destruction and humiliation of that war. To the United States Army, which went to Japan as an occupation force, and stays there now by mutual consent as a protector, Japan has also been winning a place of honor and trust. One of the functions which reflects this trust is the operation of the Japanese Security Guard. The third [...]
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1953
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AFN - the American Forces Network

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975.; "For twenty years one of the United States' largest radio networks has been broadcasting news - information -music - sports - and dramatic programs to an estimated audience of twenty million - yet has never been heard in the United States. The American Forces Network, Europe (known to its audience as AFN) has served the military community in Europe since it began broadcasting from a basement studio in London, England, on July 4, 1943. This year marks its twentieth anniversary of broadcast operations. This episode captures on film the sight and sound of this unique radio network as it goes about its daily business. Filmed in Frankfurt - Berlin - Munich and Orleans, France."--National Archives and Records Administration.
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1962