Film showing New Zealand servicemen during the Korean War, circa 1953.
HMNZS Hawea patrols the waters along Korea's coast, and shells enemy positions onshore.
A fire in Pusan (now Busan) destroys a large part of the city, leaving 20,000 people homeless. In Seoul, United Nations (UN) soup kitchens help feed the civilian population, while reconstruction projects provide shelter and medical facilities for Korean refugees.
New Zealand servicemen on leave in Japan look around Tokyo. Back in Korea, New Zealand's 16th Field Regiment and Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) jets bombard North Korean positions.