Cold War protest, 1962
Cold War protest. Footage of an advertising aircraft flying over Rice University's Rice Stadium, Houston, Texas, USA, on 12 September 1962. The wording of the banner is 'Enforce the Monroe Doctrine', referring to a US anti-colonisation policy originating from the 19th century. At the time, President Kennedy had cited the Monroe Doctrine in relation to the developing Cuban Missile Crisis that came to a head the following month (October 1962). This footage was obtained during the visit by US President John F. Kennedy, who made a famous speech ('We choose to go to the Moon') at this stadium. This speech, and his earlier pledge of 1961, set the USA in direct competition with its Cold War rival the USSR, in what was known as the Space Race.
CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS
CUBA DOD
Khrushchev Orders Removal of Missiles from Cuba during Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962
Kremlin at night in Moscow. Premier Nikita S Khrushchev speaks. Headlines in Newspaper 'Khrushchev Orders Removal of Missiles'. Photographs of Russian missile sites in Cuba. Russian ships at sea with missiles on their decks. Location: Moscow Russia Soviet Union. Date: October 28, 1962.
MCNAMA ON CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS BOOK (1989)
A NEW BOOK ABOUT THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS, “ON THE BRINK,” IS DISCUSSED BY FORMER DEFENSE SECRETARY ROBERT MCNAMARA.
SJT MILITARY EXERCISE CHINA AROUND TAIWAN
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ONE WEEK IN OCTOBER
Italy Missile Reaction
Italy Missile Reaction
Cuban people and politicians gather at demonstrations during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1961
Cuban Missile Crisis, 1961. Cuba. Aircraft carriers in open sea, fighters. Demonstration in support for Cuba, meeting in USSR. CU Cuban people. Fighter under some camouflage net, tanks, missiles, rockets ready to be shot, (Soviet) weapons aimed at defending Cuba - after Bay of Pigs invasion in April 1961. Khrushchev's speaking into the microphone for radio or television (no sound). Fidel Castro and other government leaders walk in a street, massive meeting in Cuba.
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PRESIDENT KENNEDY CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS SPEECH - HD
On October 22, 1962, President Kennedy delivers his historic speech about the Cuban missile crisis. In the beginning of the speech, he notes that the Soviet Union has established bases for missiles on the island. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
CUBA MISSILE CRISIS
00:00:00:00 - RX 20 CUBA MISSILE CRISIS ANNIVERSARY/ WHITEBECK PKG SPANISH VERSION (0:00) /
U.S. reconnaissance photographs of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.
A film titled 'One Week In October' based on the Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962 when the United States and the Soviet Union confronted each other with nuclear destruction. A U.S. reconnaissance photograph of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba. The second photograph shows Cuban land after the removal of the nuclear missiles. Soviet ballistic missiles on a launch pad in Cuba. Location: Cuba. Date: October 1962.
Cuban Crisis 1962
Shows Premier Fidel Castro of Cuba making his way through crowds in the streets of Havana, Cuba. Shows Fidel Castro on platform before a bank of microphones speaking and making wild gestures. Cheering people. Excellent image of Castro with a smiling Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev of Russia in New York. Picture of Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko with President John F. Kennedy in the White House. LS, U.S. photo reconnaissance jet aircraft taking off and aerial view of jet aircraft climbing to high altitude. U.S. Air Force technicians developing aerial photographs. Shows Air Force aerial imagery specialist with magnifier glass looking at aerial photographs of missile sites in Cuba. Congressmen and high government officials arriving at White House. President John F. Kennedy addressing the nation. Night shot of a lighted U.S. Capitol Building and lighted U.S. Government buildings depicting the seriousness and urgency of the Cuban Missile crisis in 1962. Signs identifying offices in a government building read Secretary of The Air Force"
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JFK ON MISSILES IN CUBA - HD
In an excerpt from President Kennedy's speech about the Cuban missile crisis, he describes the type of nuclear missiles the Soviets are establishing on bases in Cuba and their potential range. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
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[Cuba Missile Crisis - McNamara Press Conference with Photograph]
USS ENTERPRISE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS
US White House Gidley
WH responds to Iran's medium-range missile test
F-14 Missiles
A New Jersey businessman...and a colleague in Singapore...are charged Tuesday night...in a plot to smuggle weapons parts to Iran. Feds say they were trying to smuggle air-to-air missiles. Officials say the men were trying to ship 20 of them to Iran. Only the U.S. and Iran have the F-14 plane thats the only plane that uses the Phoenix missile. These batteries are the source of power...if the battery ever got there it would be able to be used for the Phoeinx missile. Even though the batteries are among the military items embargoed to Iran since the 1979 hostage crisis. One of the suspects is under arrest in Bergen County...the other is in Singapore. But U.S. officials are hoping to extradite him.
CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS
TEST BAN / USSR
Confrontation: Beijing warns Washington
France 5
Soviet ships loaded with rockets withdraw from the Cuba to mark the end of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The end of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Russian ships underway in the Atlantic Ocean as they withdraw after the Cuban Missile Crisis. U.S. Navy aircraft in flight overhead. The ships with rockets aboard them withdraw. Location: Atlantic Ocean. Date: November 12, 1962.
CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS TZ
JFK DESCRIBES SOVIET POLICY ON MISSILES IN CUBA - HD
In an excerpt from President Kennedy's speech about the Cuban missile crisis, he quotes previous Soviet policy and promises regarding arms buildup and reveals them to be false. He states the dangers posed by ICB missiles. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
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Red Threat, The - President Orders Cuban Blockade
CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS
CASTRO INTERVIEW