On January 23rd, 1968, units of the North Korean Navy seized the USS Pueblo, an intelligence gathering ship operating in international waters off the eastern coast of the Korean peninsula. With the ship and it's crew in their custody, the North Koreans proceeded to milk the incident for every ounce of propaganda value, producing dubious evidence to show that the Pueblo had repeatedly violated North Korea's territorial sovereignty. The Pueblo Incident: Analysis of the North Korean Evidence was the U.S. Navy's official response to the North Korean allegations. Hosted by a young naval intelligence officer, the film systematically demolishes Pyongyang's propaganda claims, revealing it's evidence to be crude forgeries - and it's seizure of the Pueblo to be an unprovoked act of aggression.
On January 23rd, 1968, units of the North Korean Navy seized the USS Pueblo, an intelligence gathering ship operating in international waters off the eastern coast of the Korean peninsula. With the ship and it's crew in their custody, the North Koreans proceeded to milk the incident for every ounce of propaganda value, producing dubious evidence to show that the Pueblo had repeatedly violated North Korea's territorial sovereignty. The Pueblo Incident: Analysis of the North Korean Evidence was the U.S. Navy's official response to the North Korean allegations. Hosted by a young naval intelligence officer, the film systematically demolishes Pyongyang's propaganda claims, revealing it's evidence to be crude forgeries - and it's seizure of the Pueblo to be an unprovoked act of aggression.
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On January 23rd, 1968, units of the North Korean Navy seized the USS Pueblo, an intelligence gathering ship operating in international waters off the eastern coast of the Korean peninsula. With the ship and it's crew in their custody, the North Koreans proceeded to milk the incident for every ounce of propaganda value, producing dubious evidence to show that the Pueblo had repeatedly violated North Korea's territorial sovereignty. The Pueblo Incident: Analysis of the North Korean Evidence was the U.S. Navy's official response to the North Korean allegations. Hosted by a young naval intelligence officer, the film systematically demolishes Pyongyang's propaganda claims, revealing it's evidence to be crude forgeries - and it's seizure of the Pueblo to be an unprovoked act of aggression.