OPENING CEREMONIES AT THE TOKYO OLYMPICS Teams of athletes march into the stadium, Emperor Hirohito addresses the crowds, and runner Yoshinori Sakai lights the Olympic torch at the opening ceremonies for the 1964 Olympic games in Tokyo.
Date: October 12, 1964 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:55:00, With Audio
AUSSIE KIDS PUT ON SHOW FOR MONARCH In Melbourne's huge Columbia Ground, 17,000 Australian school-children stage a remarkable display of precision marching, wheeling and counter-marching in honor of Queen Elizabeth II's visit.
ANTI-NAZI RALLY Tens of thousands of young Berliners rally to denounce resurgent Nazism, following a rash of swastika-smearing incidents in Germany and the Western world. Candlelight vigils and parades are featured at the rallies. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
REFUGEES' TORCHLIGHT PROTEST In a solemn and dramatic protest against Red oppression in their homelands, refugees from Iron Curtain lands march by torchlight up the steps of Montmartre to the Sacre Couer church of Paris. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
PROTEST TROOP WITHDRAWAL IN KOREA Mass demonstrations in Korea protest the withdrawal of U.S. and U.N. troops, demonstrations that reportedly drew Washington criticism. Thousands of students take part in the march.
24TH DIVISION BIDS KOREA FAREWELL The last of U.S. divisions to be redeployed from Korea, the 24th Division stages an impressive farewell parade. President Rhee reviews the outfit that fought from Pusan to the Yalu.
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