CAR CRASH IN ICY DARKNESS A car that skidded across the guard-rail of an ice-bound viaduct crashed into high-tension wires. The accident killed the driver and plunged part of Kansas City into darkness.
Date: 1936 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:24:00, No Audio
MEXICAN LABOR DEMONSTRATION Twenty thousand Mexican labor unionists, carrying the ashes of three comrades killed in a train bombing, acclaim the government for its decision to exile General Calles who was charged with complicity in the railroad disaster.
Date: 1936 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:25:00, No Audio
USS WYOMING EXPLOSION ACCIDENT The USS Wyoming pulls into San Pedro, California seeking medical attention for wounded Marines after a shrapnel shell explodes prematurely as it is being loaded into one of the ship's broadside guns. Seven other Marines were killed in the blast.
PENNSYLVANIA TRAIN WRECK Workers struggle to remove the wreckage of a Passenger Express train that jumped the track falling 25 feet to the street below and crashing into a building. Nine people are killed and another 32 seriously injured in the accident.
KING ALEXANDER I ASSASSINATED The shocking assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia is caught on tape becoming one of the most historic newsreels in existence. French Foreign Minister Louis Barthou is also shot and killed when a policeman fires at the gunman who does not survive the infuriated crowd.
TRAGIC AIR COLLISION OF STUDENT PILOTS Police and reporters gather at the site of a tragic Brooklyn, NY air collision where two young Chinese student pilots collided. One the boys were killed while the other managed to land upside down in a nearby field.
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