KOSYGIN ON PORT SAID Soviet Chairman Alexey Kosygin speaks to an enthusiastic Egyptian crowd. People run and jostle to get a view of the convoy carrying Koysygin. Later, he participates in a wreath laying ceremony, returning to view the crowd from a balcony above them. Festive atmosphere of the event is demonstrated by confetti being dropped from the balcony where he stands, and by the enthusisam shown on the faces of the watching viewers.
LBJ HITS VIETNAM CRITICS President Lyndon B. Johnson addresses a Chicago audience regarding the war in Vietnam. He asserts with certainty and conviction that the Vietnam War will be brought to a successful conclusion. He recognizes that there will be critics who are fearful that America will not prevail, or that the costs will be too high. He challenges them to provide an alternate policy. He talks of the courage and dedication of the American people.
Date: May 18, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:33:00, With Audio
HUBERT HUMPHREY ON THE SOVIET UNION & U.S. IN ASIA - 1966 Vice President Hubert Humphrey talks about the Soviet Union and how, "It still is not exactly a loving partner of the United States of America." He also mentions the peace agreement between India and Pakistan and the United States decision to be a presence in Asia.
Date: January 28, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:25:00, With Audio
HAROLD WILSON ON NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT & VIETNAM - 1967 On February 14, 1967 in a televised speech, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson tells the nation that "we've been working to get an agreement to stop the spread of nuclear weapons, and this question together with Vietnam, are the most urgent problems that the world has faced."
Date: February 14, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:02:03:00, With Audio
IAN SMITH ON RHODESIA'S INDEPENDENCE - 1960S Rhodesia's Prime Minister Ian Smith on granting the country independence: "After independence, when the people concerned for maintaining the infrastructure went back to their homes, things began to deteriorate...those once wealthy countries are today bankrupt, the confidence is gone."
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:46:00, With Audio
IAN SMITH ON RHODESIA'S INDEPENDENCE - 2 - 1960S Rhodesia's Prime Minister Ian Smith on granting the country independence: "Are you going to go on preserving the situation, which the evidence clearly indicates that it will be to the detriment of your nation, the detriment of your country?"
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:21:00, With Audio
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