19 20 National edition: [issue of September 03, 2019]
FR3 / France 3
DN-49 1 inch
Common Market - Johnson Pledges Aid To Latin Bloc
1967 Anti-Vietnam War Protest
Los Angeles / LA - Century City - Rancho Park - hippies - dancing - high - LSD - Drugs - Love In - June 23, 1967 - anti-war protest - anti Vietnam War Peace Protest - Demonstration - March - protesting against President Lyndon Johnson policies during his trip to Los Angeles - protesting against President Lyndon Johnson policies during his trip to Los Angeles - Moonfire Funeral
Six-Day War In Middle East Forces Changes
Six-Day War In Middle East Forces Changes At a special session of the United Nations (UN), Soviet Premier Kosygin demands troop withdrawal in the Middle East to original boundaries before the Six Day War, return of all captured territory, and condemns the U.S. for allegedly encouraging Israel. At Camp David Maryland Austrian Prime Minister Harold Houck and Mrs Houck meets with President Johnson. Historic footage of the reunification of City of Jerusalem after the Arab-Israeli Six Day War in 1967. The 19-year old barrier or wall dividing the City of Jerusalem is demolished. Shows pilgrimage of Orthodox Jews flocking to the Wailing Wall (Western Wall).
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Historical Film: Lynda Johnson Married (1967)
(KIESINGER AT WHITE HOUSE)
Unissued / Unused material - <br/> <br/>Washington DC, United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>VS President Lyndon Baines Johnson greeting West German Chancellor Kurt George Kiesinger on the lawns at the White House. Willy Brandt is in the background. The President and Chancellor inspect Guard of Honour before they enter the White House. MS The two leaders chatting in the White House. <br/> <br/>(F.G.) Old record suggests that material dates from around 18/08/1967.
Various Subjects
MEXICAN PRESIDENT IN 1967 WITH PRESIDENT LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON (LBJ)
12/08/67 C0002118 - COLOR WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON & MRS JOHNSON: ON DECEMBER EIGHTH 1967
12/08/67 C0002118 - COLOR WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON & MRS JOHNSON: ON DECEMBER EIGHTH 1967 UNCUT "PRES JOHNSON & LADYBIRD INTVW" SHOWS: MCU OF LBJ & LADYBIRD SEATED ON SOFA BEING INTERVIEWED: TEXT IN FILE (SHOT 12/8/67 1000FT) JOHNSON, LYNDON - SOF JOHNSON, LYNDA - WEDDING COMMENTED ON JOHNSON, CLAUDIA - SOF XX / 1000 FT / 16 POS / COLOR
President Johnson's portrait exhibited in Washington DC.
President Johnson's portrait with the U.S. Capitol in the background painted by artist Peter Hurd in Washington DC. The portrait sets off controversy. The President calls it the ugliest painting ever. A couple looks at President Johnson's painting at Art exposure. The woman points at the painting. Location: Washington DC USA. Date: January 9, 1967.
U.S. Population Hits 200 Million - HD
President Lyndon Johnson attends a ceremony that marks the occasion of the U.S. population reaching 200 million.
Vietnam Statements of optimism
>>> General Westmoreland at the National Press Club, Washington DC December 1967 >>>General Westmoreland Washington DC December 1967 >>>General Earl Wheeler, Army Chief of Staff January 1968 >>>President Johnson November 1967 Vietnam
Expo '67 - United States National Day
Soundtrack of newsreel covering US National Day at Expo '67, speeches, bands, including Commissioner General Dupuy and President Lyndon B Johnson of United States. (sound only; 00/08/1967)
1967
Los Angeles / LA - Century City - Rancho Park - hippies - June 23, 1967 - anti-war protest - anti Vietnam War Peace Protest - Demonstration - March - protesting against President Lyndon Johnson policies during his trip to Los Angeles
NATO. The Enemy in the House, 1947 (16mm dupe negative, scan 2K/Sound)
Location: Various, Italy Various, Korea Various, Vietnam Suez, Egypt Various, Algeria Various, Portugal Various, Cyprus Creator: Giuseppe Ferrara The documentary, made entirely with repertory materials, is a reconstruction of the events that preceded the signing of the Atlantic Pact and of the often dramatic events that took place in Italy and in the world. The popular struggles in defense of peace and for national independence, the armed conflicts determined in different countries by the aggressive policy of American imperialism. 01. Parade of tanks and armies. Naples, port and warships, American aircraft carriers 02. Geographical map of the world and of Italy with atomic warheads 03. 1947, Alcide De Gasperi arrives in America 04. American tanks and aid in Italy 05. Atlantic Pact, photo by Palmiro Togliatti, Luigi Trastulli (worker from Terni killed), demonstration. Henry Truman and the signing of the Atlantic Pact 06. Parade of NATO armies. De Gasperi and Dwight Eisenhower shake hands 07. Arrival of General Ridgeway welcomed by Randolfo Pacciardi, Minister of Defense 08. Weapons and American soldiers in Italy 09. First NATO Council 10. 1950, Americans in Korea 11. 1954, Indochina, France against Vietnam 12. 1956, Suez, Anglo-French ships and soldiers 13. 1967, Israel against the Arab countries 14. 1954, repressions in Algeria 15. 1967, war of fascist Portugal against African peoples 16. 1967, photo of Cyprus 17. Hans Speidel, former Wermarcht general, NATO commander in Europe from 1957 to 1963, reviews NATO soldiers 18. Atomic cannon. Adolf Hitler 19. Photo of Aldo Moro shaking hands with the President of the United States (USA) Lyndon B. Johnson; the dictator of Portugal Salazar; Greek colonels, the island of Leros and the prison; generals Born in Trieste 20. Genoa, July 1960 21. 1964, Giulio Andreotti on a US aircraft carrier in the waters of Naples. NATO flag parade 22. SIFAR - Armed Forces Information Service, police carousel 23. 1964, Palmiro Togliatti rally in Piazza San Giovanni 24. Missiles depart from bases and ships. Airplane explosion in flight 25. Weapons factory 26. Aviano, airport runway and military easements. Abandoned countries 27. Milan 1967, Luigi Longo and the Central Committee of the PCI at the Festival de L'Unità 28. Milan and Lucania, demonstration against NATO. American flag burning 29. Atomic bomb explosion 30. Pci symbol
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LBJ STATEMENT
ORIG. COLOR 150 FT. SOF MAG PRESIDENT JOHNSON MAKES STATEMENT ABOUT A NEW CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1967, WHICH BARS DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING AND OTHER VERY BASIC RIGHTS. CI: PERSONALITIES - JOHNSON, LYNDON B.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON VISITS CAM RANH BAY AB
12/23/1967 Cam Ranh Bay Ab Vietnam Coverage of President Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) with General Westmoreland in Vietnam at US Air force base. Air Force One lands at the base. Johnson exits the plane. Johnson gives speech to soldiers and awards purple heart medal to numerous soldiers
LBJ GIVING OUT AWARDS
President Lyndon B. Johnson gives a speech after honoring people with awards.
DN-109 1 inch; Beta SP
News In Brief - Texas (LBJ Barbecue)
U.S. President Lyndon B Johnson visits Korea and returns back to United States.
United States President Lyndon B. Johnson visits Korea after attending the Manila Summit Conference. View of the United States Air Force One presidential plane after landing in Seoul. South Korean Air Force performs aerobatics to welcome President Johnson. Korean crowd welcomes President Lyndon B Johnson. Koreans hold American flags in hand. School girls, wearing traditional chima jeogori, sing to welcome the President. President Johnson reviews Korean troops. Sign says "Welcome President and Mrs. Johnson". President Johnson holds both American and Korean flags in front of crowds. President Johnson leaves in his aircraft after his visit in Korea. Koreans sing the traditional "Arirang" song upon President Johnson's departure from Korea. The President talks about his visit to different nations and the local people he met. Location: Korea. Date: 1967.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON AT TALKS IN URUGUAY
Uruguay. <br/> <br/>Title reads 'Diplomacy'. <br/> <br/>Aerial view of Punta del Este in Uruguay. GV. Exterior of Uruguay Government House where talks are to be held. MS. Group of security guards checking grounds. LS. Presidential Boeing in at Uruguay. LS. American President Lyndon Johnson followed by US Secretary of State Dean Rusk walks down steps of aircraft. He then inspects Guard of Honour. President Johnson is in Uruguay for talks on forming Latin-American Common Market. <br/> <br/>(F.G.) <br/> <br/>Date found in the old record - 16/04/1967.
Expo '67 - United States National Day
Soundtrack of newsreel covering US National Day at Expo '67, speeches, bands, including Commissioner General Dupuy and President Lyndon B Johnson of United States. (sound only; 00/08/1967)
1967: De Gaulle in Quebec
Others
HISTORICAL FILM: DETROIT RACE RIOTS (1967)
Detroit riot, also known as the 12th Street riot, as civil unrest breaks out in Detroit, Michigan. President Lyndon Johnson delivered a radio address asking for calm, law and order.
1967
Los Angeles / LA - Century City - Rancho Park - hippies - June 23, 1967 - anti-war protest - anti Vietnam War Peace Protest - Demonstration - March - protesting against President Lyndon Johnson policies during his trip to Los Angeles