PARADE TO SUPPORT SOLDIERS IN VIETNAM In New York City, thousands come out to watch a parade to support the U.S. soldiers in Vietnam on Fifth Avenue. Police, veterans, and military units participate in the parade. Protesters clash with supporters of the parade and a group burns a Communist International flag.
Date: May 16, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:57:00, No Audio
KENNEDY VISITS FRANCE - 3 Presidents Kennedy and De Gaulle arrive with their wives at the Elysee Palace while a crowd of French citizens watch. The Presidents meet inside the Palace to discussion international relations.
KENNEDY ADDRESSES CANADIAN PARLIAMENT President Kennedy addresses Canadian Parliament while his wife Jacqueline Kennedy looks on from the spectator's gallery. Exteriors and interiors of Canadian Parliament from 1961.
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