GERALD FORD ON INDO-PAKISTANI WAR House Minority Leader Gerald Ford on the Indo-Pakistani War circa 1965: "Both countries are now at war in a senseless, armed showdown that endangers peace throughout the world."
MAN REJECTED BY WAVES An unknown man voices his opinion about a man that was rejected by the WAVES: "I think that discrimination has got to be recognized as an intelligent thing ... and the fact that this man has been turned down for the WAVES show how hyprocritcal the United States government is."
INDO-PAKISTANI WAR DEMONSTRATORS & NEGOTIATIONS Outside The Hindustan Times (a leading Indian newspaper), Indians rally the Indo-Pakistani War. Meanwhile, Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, U.N. Secretary General U Thant, and unidentified Pakistani officials meet separately to discuss the conflict circa 1965.
TROOP CAMP ACTIVITY - 2 Day-in-the-life of a soldier stationed in Vietnam: A serviceman gets his hair cut, troops receive letters from home, and troops fill sand bags to contruct an ammunition bunker circa 1965.
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