The United States accuses the USSR of arming North Korea (1951)

On 18 September 1951, at the United Nations Security Council, the US delegate, Austin B. Warren, accuses the Soviet Union of supplying arms to North Korea. To prove his case, he brandishes a Soviet rifle seized by US troops on the battlefield.

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Source: At United Nations Security Council, Warren Austin, U.S. delegate, holds Russian-made sub-machine gun dated 1950, captured by American troops in July, 1950. Lake Success, New York, September 18, 1951. New York: United States Information Agency, 18/09/1951. Black and White.
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The United States accuses the USSR of arming North Korea (1951)