JAPANESE ENVOYS DURING PEARL HARBOR A TWA airplane taxis to a stop and Japanese diplomat Saburo Kurusu deplanes and speaks to the press. A Japanese envoy and Secretary of State Cordell Hull walk towards the entrance of a building.
U.S. AID CAN BEAT NAZIS, HOPKINS SAYS Harry Hopkins returns to New York City from England after a month's tour as President Roosevelt's special representative, convinced that Hitler can be beaten by Britain, with material help from the U.S.
JAPANESE ENVOYS DURING PEARL HARBOR - 1 A Japanese carrier force at sea; Japanese envoys Saburo Kurusu and Kichisaburo Nomura arrive at the US State Department in Washington just prior to Pearl Harbor attack.
MUSSOLINI'S FOUR-POWER PACT SIGNED Ambassadors of Britain, France, Germany, and Italy sign Premier Benito Mussolini's Four-Power Pact proposal. Afterwards thousands gather outside the Palazzo Venezia to cheer Il Duce for his accomplishment.
Date: July 15, 1933 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:54:00, No Audio
SOVIET LEADERS IN MOSCOW Soviet Government leaders negotiating diplomatic relations with the U.S. include Mikhail Kalinin who is the President Of The Socialist Republic; Maxim Litvinoff Commissar of Foreign Affairs and Joseph Stalin Head Of The Communist Party.
SEIZURE OF CANADIAN LIQUOR BOAT The seizure of a Canadian liquor boat by Coast Guard in New York, NY. Officials of three nations organize inquiries into the capture of Josephine K, with two barges and a speedboat, after a chase and bombardment by U. S. Patrol, outside New York Harbor. The Skipper of the craft, Capt Cluett, of Lunenberg, Nova Scotia, dies of injuries incurred in encounter, causing British and dominion envoys to enter case.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:12:00, No Audio
CHINA & U.S. CONFERENCE IN GENEVA - 1955 For the first time, the U.S. and Red China envoys meet face-to-face in an attempt to ease Far East tension at Geneva. U. Alexis Johnson heads the American delegation and Ambassador to Poland Wang Ping-Nan the Reds. Wang, after announcing the liberation of 11 American fliers opens the parley on a conciliatory note via a translator.
Date: July 31, 1955 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:10:00, With Audio
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