Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer. 1860 - 1985. Motion Picture Films from the Army Library Copy Collection. 1964 - 1980. BROWNSON'S CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE INVESTIGATION, JAPAN AND KOREA

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Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer. 1860 - 1985. Motion Picture Films from the Army Library Copy Collection. 1964 - 1980. BROWNSON'S CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE INVESTIGATION, JAPAN AND KOREA

Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer. 1860 - 1985. Motion Picture Films from the Army Library Copy Collection. 1964 - 1980. BROWNSON'S CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE INVESTIGATION, JAPAN AND KOREA

1953

VS, Committee including Mr Brownson, Mr Meader and Mrs St George as they talk with General Taylor in his office in Seoul. VS, group leaves the Hq, gets into staff cars and drives off. VS, group arrives at Inchon; they are greeted by the Mayor. Committeemen walk up steps in a textile factory and from the roof look over war-damaged factory buildings. VS, Committee visits a textile factory. They watch unspun cotton threading into loom and spinning mill machine. VS, destroyed machinery and broken gears. EXCU, spinning spools of thread. VS, women separate cotton; Korean official stands alongside of a completed bale. Mr Brownson looks over some damaged machinery. CU, seal on box ECA. LS, textile factory. VS, Committee walks through a railroad engine repair plant; inspects a sheet metal plant where the men forge metal; walk through the railroad yard. SS, operation in a small glass furnace. Military Police in jeeps escort convoy carrying committee out of the Yong-Dong-Po train shop. VS, Committee at meeting at the Cultural Center in Seoul, where the members question the USIA.

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Brownson, Charles B. (Charles Bruce), 1914-1988

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Taylor, Maxwell Davenport, 1901-1987

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Maxwell D. Taylor was a United States (U.S.) Army officer who began his career in 1923. From 1923 to 1939 he served on various assignments including duty with the Corps of Engineers, Field Artillery, and was a language instructor at the U.S. Military Academy. In 1940 he was assigned on a special mission to Latin America in connection with hemispheric defense. During World War II (WWII) he was assigned as: commander, 12th Field Artillery Battalion (1940-1941); Secretary of the Genera...