ISRAELI SOLDIERS FIRE ON SYRIAN DEMONSTRATORS - HD Tensions along the Israeli-Syrian border lead to Israeli forces firing on pro-Palestinian Syrian demonstrators in the Golan Heights. PLEASE NOTE - news reporter audio is for reference only and is not available for licensing purposes. Transferred from film to HD - uncompressed and ProRes HQ - available in all forms of HD and SD.
Date: June 5, 2011 - COLOR Source: HD Length: 00:00:26:00, With Audio
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.
VISCOUNT RUNCIMAN & WIFE VISIT PRINCE KINSKY Viscount Walter Runciman and his wife are guests at the castle estate of Prince Ulrich Kinsky. The British politician has been sent to negotiate tensions between Czechoslovakia and Germany over annexation of the Sudetenland region.
EUROPEAN LEADERS SIGN MUNICH AGREEMENT Tensions in Europe grow as Hitler's armies expand and set their sights on Czechoslovakia for annexation. In a final deal to avert war the leaders of France, England, Italy and Germany meet at the Fuhrerbau in Munich and on September 30, 1938 they sign the Munich Agreement.
CZECHOSLOVAKIA PREPARES FOR WAR - 1 The Czechoslovakian Government imposes martial law as tensions with Germany over alleged mistreatment of Sudetenland region German Czechs grows. People gather to read posted announcements and anti-Jewish sentiments are already being voiced with graffiti.
LITTLE STEEL STRIKE OF 1937 Steel workers in Warren, Ohio take part in the "Little Steel" strike involving several small mills in the Midwest who refuse to sign a union contract. Passenger POVs from a train and an airplane bringing in food and supplies to protestors who refuse to leave the plants. Production continues in some instances but tensions are on the rise.
ELECTIONS IN THE SAAR REGION - 1955 Tensions run high with elections as voters of the Saar region overwhelmingly reject a French-sponsored "Europeanization" plan. Police keep rigid control and guards seal the borders of the tiny industrial state to prevent violence. Premier Johannes Hoffman loses the election and opposition Heinrich Schneider is expected to press for reunion with West Germany.
INDIA DECLARES ITS INDEPENDENCE - 1930 India's National Congress declares January 26, 1930 the Declaration of the Independence of India (Purna Swaraj) resolving to fight for complete self-rule from Great Britain. Over 500,000 gather in Bombay to celebrate but tensions heat up as communist mill workers try to replace the nationalist party flag with their own.
STEEL WORKERS STRIKE Hundreds picket steel plants as the Committee for Industrial Organization fights to unionize steel workers across the U.S. Tensions grow to the point one Chicago plant puts up a first aid station for casualties as police arrive on the scene.
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