Iraq Irbil Bush Reaction
People in Irbil react to passing of George WH Bush
PRESIDENT BUSH ON IRAQ INVASION (1994)
FORMER PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH SAID (MONDAY) HE FULLY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT CLINTON'S DECISION TO SEND U.S. TROOPS BACK TO KUWAIT TO DEFEND IT AGAINST ANOTHER POSSIBLE INVASION FROM IRAQ. BUSH SAID: ``I FULLY SUPPORT WHAT THE PRESIDENT HAS DONE'' AND SAID IT WOULD BE ``ABSURD'' FOR IRAQ TO ATTEMPT ANOTHER INVASION.
GEORGE W BUSH SPEAKS AT ROSE GARDEN
At the White House Rose Garden, George W. Bush speaks about Canada's role in Iraq.
Bush Iraq; 9/17/02
Kofi Annan addresses press conference regarding George W. Bush's speech
United States Coast Guard patrols the sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia as Operation Desert Storm begins.
Highlights the role of United States Coast Guard in Operation Desert Storm, Saudi Arabia. Tanks and planes take off during early hours of 17th January 1991 to attack Iraq and Operation Desert Storm gets underway. Newspaper headline reads, "WAR! Forces Launch Attack on Iraq" President George H W Bush in his address explains the need and importance of military action against Iraq. United States Coast Guards on board a patrol boat underway at sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Storm. Men send messages on wireless. A man at a gun on board a boat. BM2 Joe Gosh and PS1 Jim Cudney state the preparedness for the war. Location: Saudi Arabia. Date: January 17, 1991.
AGELESS IRAQ reel 1
Reel 1. Directed by Graham Wallace. Cameraman - Reg Cavender. Editor - Jocelyn Jackson. Sound - W.S. Bland and George Newberry. L/S of aeroplane flying over countryside. Various aerial shots of Iraq and its rivers. C/U of a shepherd looking up at the sky. Aerial shot of ruins. L/S of train travelling along - palm trees in foreground. Aerial shot of Mosque of Khardimain. Views from the train and shot of passengers disembarking in Baghdad - they are presumably tourists as we see travelling bags with lots of destination stickers on them. C/U of sign at the railway station - Baghdad West. L/S from high angle of the city. Various shots of Baghdad. Narrator speaks of the city's history and of Arabian Nights. L/S of water buffalo walking into a lake with children gathered around in the foreground. Schoolgirls play volleyball in their school uniforms. L/S and C/U of one of the players. M/S of classmates applauding. L/S of an outdoor swimming pool. "The twentieth century has come to Baghdad" states the narrator. L/S of city street. Pan down to show men at an outdoor cafe. Two of the men play backgammon. Bazaar. C/Us of a man beating metal. M/S of two white tourists (the woman holds a small fan) looking at Persian rugs to buy. The husband talks to the salesman, the woman purses her lips! High angle of a row of Iraqi policemen. An officer inspects uniforms and the men march off. High angle shot of passengers getting on to a bus. C/U of a policeman directing traffic. High angle shot of busy streets. Race track - horses walk in front of the camera. C/U of spectator in traditional dress. Shots of the race. C/U of spectator seen before following the race with binoculars. Narrator mentions the fact that all thoroughbreds are descended from Arabian stock. C/U of group of men and young boy celebrating the end of the race. C/U of an elderly man wearing traditional headscarf steering a small boat. C/U of the sail. View of palm trees. Fishing boats. Men climb up palm trees to collect coconuts. L/S of mules being used to help irrigation processes. L/S of man at work on irrigation drain - sunflowers in foreground. C/U of crop. High angle shot of mountain village. M/S of family with their herd of sheep. Mother plays a kind of flute. Scenic shots of the landscape. Two Kurdish men walk across a small waterfall. They stand in bushes with their rifles. L/S of Kurdish village. L/S women collecting water. Narrator makes biblical references to Jacob and Rebecca. <br/> <br/>Reel 1 continued. M/S of two women dressed in bright red traditional clothes doing their washing in small metal tubs. C/U of a woman carrying a small water urn over her shoulder walking up some steps. The men work in the fields - various shots of men performing agricultural work. C/U of watering channels. Man stands on a hillside and chants a prayer. L/S of shepherds with flocks. Peasants walk through meadows. High angle shot of a village. C/U of a Kurdish woman spinning fibres on a small wooden hand spindle. M/S to show that she is seated outside. Two other women roll something on flat stones - bread? M/S of their husbands sipping tea at an outside cafe. Shots of a group of children - girls - seated on the ground playing a game of catch. C/U of one of the girls throwing something small into the air and catching it whilst she sings or chants something. L/S of large number of people milling around. Then shots of men with linked arms dancing to traditional music in an outdoor setting - a Yezidi dance. Young girls sit on a wall and clap. L/S of a man carrying long branches - a large boat is approaching on the river behind him - River Shatt al Arab. L/S of harbour. The port of Basrah. A boat is punted up the river. Sinbad the Sailor is mentioned. Various shots of activity at the port. Cargoes being loaded and unloaded. The airport, various shots of planes, passengers disembarking etc. shot of the reflection of a boat in swampy water. Shots of Marsh Arabs cutting reeds. three men repair fishing nets, men pull nets through the water. Small boats are punted along the marshes. Boat approaches a village settlement. Teenager feeds a small bird. <br/> <br/>See reel 2. <br/> <br/>Note: This film was made for the Iraq Petroleum Co. See documentation - includes shot list, music cue sheet etc.
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France 24
Politics: Iraq: President Bush warns of Saddam threat
Politics: Iraq: President Bush warns of Saddam threat; USA: Cincinnati: INT US President George W Bush speech SOT - An Iraqi regime faced with its own demise may attempt cruel and desperate measures - if Saddam Hussein orders such measures his generals would be well advised to refuse those orders Delegates applauding Bush on podium
PRES. GEORGE W. BUSH VISITS BAGHDAD, IRAQ
2000s NEWS
SLATE - PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH-IRAQ, WASHINGTON D.C. OCTOBER 7, 2002
From Baghdad to Peace Country
MS of large colourful poster of Saddam Hussein on wall (0:14). CS of figure of George W. Bush with sign reading "BUSH IS CRIMINAL" painted on tiles at entrance of building, people walking on it, stamping over face (0:19).
MDO-63 DigiBeta
New York City RNC CONVENTION PROTESTS #2
PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH GOLFING (1990)
B-ROLL OF PRESIDENT GEORGE H. W. BUSH GOFLING
President George W Bush statement on Iraq
President George W Bush statement on Iraq Tape 2 March 17, 2003
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
IRAQ LATEST George W. Bush and Laura deplane, each carrying a dog, nice montage of soldiers in Iraq, insurgents fire bazooka
FSN-40 Beta SP
News clips
GEORGE W. BUSH NEWS CONFERENCE - 2
George W. Bush speaks about the defeat of Saddam Hussein at a news conference. He states, "Good riddance" about the ousted leader's departure from power.
Emily in Paris, this science fiction
Radio France: filmed programmes
United States Coast Guard embargo merchant ships during Operation Desert Storm in Arabian Peninsula
Highlights the role of United States Coast Guard in Operation Desert Storm against Iraqi occupation of Kuwait in Arabian Peninsula. Helicopters in flight. Ships underway in sea. American President George H. W. Bush orders the embargo of merchant ships of Iraq. Maritime Interception Forces check merchant ships. United States Coast Guard train men of multinational forces for embargo of ship. Lieutenant Bob Atkin explains the role played by coast guard in inspection of ships during the operation. American flag on a ship and men on the flight deck. United States Navy Captain Dick Reass appreciates the efforts of coast guard during the Gulf War. Location: Arabian Peninsula. Date: 1991.
1990s
Iraq - Middle East - Gulf War - President George H.W. Bush gives long speech - flanked by Dick Cheney and Colin Powell - Desert Storm - Kuwait
Iraq George HW Bush Reax
Iraqis react to passing of George HW Bush
GEORGE H.W. BUSH DECLARES WAR ON IRAQ (CQ04406)
President George H.W. Bush speaks directly to the camera, "We are determined to knock out Saddam Hussein's nuclear bomb potential. We will also destroy his chemical weapons facilities. Much of Saddam's artillery and tanks will be destroyed. Our operations are designed to best protect the lives of all the coalition forces by targeting Saddam's vast military arsenal...Our objectives are clear: Saddam Hussein's forces will leave Kuwait. The legitimate government of Kuwait will be restored to its rightful place, and Kuwait will once again be free...Now the 28 countries with forces in the Gulf area have exhausted all reasonable efforts to reach a peaceful resolution -- have no choice but to drive Saddam from Kuwait by force. We will not fail."
President George W Bush announces beginning of Iraq bombing pt 1
President George W Bush Address To The Nation RE Beginning Of Iraq Bombing Head On Clean Full Speech 22:15:02 My fellow citizens 22:15:05 At this hour - American and Coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger. 22:15:18 On my orders, coalition forces have begun striking selective targets of military importance to undermine SH's ability to wage war. 22:15:28 These are opening stages of what will be a broad and concerted campaign. 22:15:35 More than 35 countries are giving crucial support. From the use of naval and air bases, to help with intelligence and logistics, to the deployment of combat units. 22:15:44 Every nation in this coalition has chosen to bear the duty and share the honor of serving in our common defense.
Bush Iraq; 10/17/02
George W. Bush at White House meeting, George W. Bush answers question regarding UN Security Council Resolution, disarming Iraq, and the consequences of Iraq failuring to disarm.