BRITISH POMP MARKS VISIT OF INDIA'S CHIEF Dr. Radhakrishnan, on a state visit to England, is received by Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh as he arrives at the train station. All the pomp and ceremony of the royal court are shown to him.
THIEU AGREES TO LARGER SHARE OF FIGHTING - HD Ngyuen Van Thieu, chief of state of South Vietnam, visits the U.S.S. Constellation at sea off North Vietnam, where he holds a news conference after pinning medals on American sailors. Thieu tells reporters he's willing to increase the size of the South Vietnamese army.
Date: July 13, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:53:00, With Audio
THIEU WANTS MORE U.S. TROOPS - HD South Vietnam's chief of state, Ngyuen Van Thieu, tells reporters that he would like to see a substantial buildup of American troops in South Vietnam, although he won't name a precise number. Thieu is on a visit to the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Constellation.
Date: July 13, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:05:00, With Audio
WARREN EULOGY FOR JFK - 2 - HD U.S. flags fly half-mast outside the Capitol building as the funeral procession for President John F. Kennedy begins. In a V.O., Chief Justice Earl Warren delivers a eulogy to the assassinated president. Soldiers carrying state flags march out from the front drive of the White House. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
Date: November 24, 1963 - COLOR Source: HD Length: 00:02:05:00, With Audio
HENRY PU YI APPOINTED MANCHUKUO RULER - 1932 - 1 Japan dispatches their new Manchukuo ruler Henry Pu Yi to his post while Baron Nobuyoshi Muto, Commander-in-Chief of the Kwantung Army, is seen off to the celebration by Japanese schoolchildren. Muto driver POV nearly running a man down as they hurry to the Palace in Changchun, Manchuria to join the new Emperor Pu Yi and a score of his generals and other high officers.
CHURCHILL AT CASABLANCA CONFERENCE - WW II Winston Churchill, among other unidentified heads of state, walk the grounds outside the Anfa Hotel in Casablanca, where they meet to strategize about the War circa January 1943.
LBJ ON VIETNAM WAR - 1967 In a 1967 Congressional Address, LBJ says: "I wish I could report to you that the confict [in Vietnam] is almost over. This I cannot do. Our adversaries still believe, I think tonight, that he can go on fighting longer than we can."
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