MONTREAL STOCK EXCHANGE BOMBING - 1969 On February 13, 1969, the terrorist Front de Liberation du Quebec organization set off a massive bomb at the Montreal Stock Exchange that blew out the northeast wall, injuring 38 people.
Date: February 13, 1969 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:22:00, No Audio
HAL BANKS - 1960S Hal Banks was an American labor union leader living in Canada. In 1964, rather than face criminal charges stemming from a physical assault on a rival union leader, he returned to the United States .
RICHARD NIXON ON USS PUEBLO HIJACKING - 1968 Regarding the 1968 hijaking of the USS Pueblo, presidential candidate Richard Nixon says: "Respect for the United States has fallen all over the world...so that a forth-rate military power will hijack an American naval vessel in international waters, then it is time for new leadership for the American people..."
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