1967 RUSSELL TRIBUNAL CRITICIZES U.S. ACTIONS IN VIETNAM - 1967 - HD Ralph Schoenman, personal secretary to philosopher Bertrand Russell, criticizes the U.S. involvement in Vietnam at the First International Russell Tribunal in Stockholm. Co-chairs Vladimir Dedijer and Jean-Paul Sartre listen. Direct transfer from film, Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 1080p.
BEAR MOUNTAIN CAMP FOR UNEMPLOYED GIRLS Young women enjoy the newly opened forest camp for unemployed girls at Bear Mountain, New York. The camp is sponsored by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and U.S. Secretary of Labor Francis Perkins as a relief program similar to the conservation corps for young men.
BUSH & GORE ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL George Bush, with Laura Bush and Colin Powell, hits the campaign trail. Al Gore speaks to supporters at a "Prayer Breakfast" in his hometown.
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Date: November 4, 2000 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:40:00, With Audio
CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS - 3 Photographers capture Soviet First Deputy Foreign Minister Vasili Kuznetzov entering the United Nations building, where he is called for an emergency meeting of the Security Council over the missile crisis in Cuba. Secretary-General U Thant meets with delegates.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED NATIONS Representatives from around the world gather at Central Hall Westminster in London to open the First Assembly of the United Nations Organization. Among the distinguished members are King George VI, human rights champion Eleanor Roosevelt and U.S. Secretary of State James Byrnes.
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