CUBAN EXILES DEMONSTRATE IN WASHINGTON 8,000 Cuban exiles stage a march from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial to urge the U.S. to act against the Castro Regime in Cuba. At first the demonstration is peaceful but as the last delegates arrives for a meeting of the Organization of American States the crowd advances on the Pan-American building and the police have their hands full. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
PROTESTERS AGAINST CHE GUEVARA - 1964 - HD In New York, while Cuban leader Che Guevara participates in a television interview, residents and Cuban exiles gather on the street below to protest against him. Direct transfer from film, Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 1080p.
OAS CONFERENCE OVER CUBAN SANCTIONS The Organization of American States meets at the Pan American Union in Washington D.C. to consider sanctions against Cuba. A brief protest from some 8,000 Cuban exiles threatens the meeting but is soon handled by police.
EISENHOWER SUPPORTS KENNEDY Former President Eisenhower speaks at a press conference about the crisis in Cuba and affirms his support and that of the American people of President Kennedy and the American fight against Communism in the free world.
GUATEMALAN TRAINING CAMPS In the Guatemalan foothills there is a training camp where some Cuban exiles responsible for the Bay of Pigs invasion may have been trained. Castro rails against the invaders and encourages the Cuban citizens to push them back.
EISENHOWER ON CUBAN REBELS Former President Eisenhower speaks at a press conference about the crisis in Cuba and asks that the nation not go on a witch hunt with regards to the United States involvement with the Cuban exiles.
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