U.S. AMBASSADOR JOSEPH P. KENNEDY - 1 U.S. Ambassador to Britain Joseph P. Kennedy officiates at the opening of an exhibition of goods made by disabled World War veterans at the Imperial Institute in England. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
U.S. AMBASSADOR JOSEPH P. KENNEDY U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Joseph P. Kennedy arrives in New York City on the Queen Mary. The Ambassador is on his way to brief President Roosevelt on growing tensions in Europe and tells reporters that the U.S. should do everything it can to maintain peace and stay out of economic chaos and war.
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
KHRUSHCHEV INTERRUPSTS MACMILLAN AT U.N. At U.N. headquarters, the speech of Prime Minister MacMillan is interrupted by unprecedented outbursts of bad temper by Khrushchev that shock nearly every delegate present. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
WINANT BACK TO SEE PRESIDENT Uncle Sam's envoy to England, John G. Winant, returns to Laguardia Field, N.Y. on the Yankee Clipper for important talks with the President on World War II. He makes no statement on arrival, but hurries to Washington.
eFootage is a premier HD, film and video stock footage archive (contemporary and vintage) specializing in news, industrial, and more.
We have over one million additional stock footage clips that we can search upon request.
Featuring Data Refinery® and WebMagic® search and data technology.
A premier dv, film and video, digital and hd stock footage archive