TRUMAN ANNOUNCES JAPAN'S SURRENDER President Truman announces Japan's surrender and the end of WWII at a White House news conference. Camera bulbs flash as he reads, "I have received this afternoon a message from the Japanese Government...which specifies the unconditional surrender of Japan."
Date: August 14, 1945 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:26:00, With Audio
AMERICA IN THE LATE FORTIES Exterior shot of the White House. Newspapers going through a printing press. Workers pulling newspapers out of the press. Secretary of State George C. Marshall testifying about the European Recovery Program at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He testifies dramatically about the New World's responsibility to help the Europe. Shot of the Committee's members. Peaceful images of American life: a girl riding a bicycle in an Amnerican town; housewives folding laundry from the clothesline; women neighbors talking happily across the fence in their backyards; CU's of average men smiling and talking; people drinking coffee and talking happily in a coffeeshop. Images of Bob Hope playing golf on a crowded golf lawn.
ALLIES AID INDIA Averell Harriman heads a U.S. delegation to India to study the country's need in her war with China. Meanwhile, Canadian and U.S. transport planes arrive to ferry supplies and troops to India's northern frontier. In Pakistan, Ayub Khan greets Heinrich Luebke of Germany.
Date: November 26, 1962 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:11:00, No Audio
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