Strikes across the United States in 1934
Teachers in Chicago protest pay injustice during the Great Depression, as they had not been paid for 11 months. 5,000 instructors joined by students and parents in a march and protest as they also complained about cuts in school services. Scenes from other labor strikes across United States in 1934 including shipyard and auto industry strikes. Striking workers marching. President Roosevelt intervenes in an automobile strike. President Roosevelt on Vincent Astor's yacht for a brief fishing holiday. Men in a factory or manufacturing facility punching timecards in time clocks. New automobile cars seen in production and rolling off assembly lines. Working men eat lunch beside their posts in an assembly line factory, during a break. Location: United States USA. Date: 1934.
Island of Vrgada in the archipelago off Šibenik. Croatia
Swept over the island of Vrgada in the archipelago off Šibenik. Croatia
HERE'S TO THE MEMORY - part 3
Here's to the Memory - Part 3.<br/><br/>Beginning missing. Royal carriage at Ascot (very short shot). Horse race begins - Goodwood. Steve Donohue (Donoghue) the jockey mounts a horse. Wimbledon - Suzanne Lenglen plays. Oval - Jack Hobbs makes his 125th Century. 1927 football Cup Final at Wembley. Cardiff v Arsenal. Crowd invades the pitch. Greyhound / whippet racing - a very amateur affair and a proper racetrack. Motorcycle racing and motor racing at Brooklands. Wall of death, various stunts including riding a motorcycle through a pane of glass and driving a car over a building. <br/><br/>01:22:55 - Lord Brabazon talks of the miraculous flights of the time and speed records. Flying meetings, various aviators and their machines. Wilbur (sp?) Wright, Graham White, Gustav Hammel (?), Pegoed (?) Cody, Sopwith etc. are mentioned in narration and possibly seen. Alcock and Brown. Ross and Keith Smith. Charles Lindbergh. Kingsford Smith. Crowds of people crowd around aviator - Jim Mollison? Amelia Earhart. Jean Batten (sp?). Amy Johnson. Sir Alan Cobham. Various aircraft taking off, biplanes, seaplanes, glider flying over snowy mountain and over a tiny island. <br/><br/>01:26:40 - 1920s scenes of a large number of people punting along a river (Boulter's Lock?). A group of young people and their dog have a picnic. A promenade. Ladies at the races. A group of women climb aboard the "Never Stop Railway". Yachts. Group of bright young things sitting on deck chairs on the beach. Punting in Henley (?). <br/><br/>01:27:50 - Charleston on top of a black cab (Santos Casani and Jose Lennard - see EP099). Various other 1920s dancers, mostly couples but also a comedy dance and a chorus girl routine - short segments but a good montage. <br/><br/>End of Part 3.
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SCEPTRE AT NEWPORT
ISSUE_NO = 1530 NO_OF_ITEMS = 7 ITEM_NO = 6 DESCRIPTION : The greatest enthusiasm prevailed in Newport Bay. Almost everything that could float was there for the series of America's cup races. On one occasion, the destroyer "Mitscher" was a grand-stand for the President. But for Britons following the rivals "Columbia" and "Sceptre", from across the Atlantic, the news was continuously depressing. All the time, it was a case of "Columbia" leading. By the time the score was three nil in favour of the holders of the Cup. CARD_FILE = 75055 CARD_TITLE : SCEPTRE AT NEWPORT SHOT_LIST : MS Sceptre. GV little ships. Closer same. Same. MS Destroyer. MS President Eisenhower in stand of ship. MS yachts. LS same. TS yacht - Columbia. MS Sceptre. Same. GV yachts and other ships. TS Sceptre. MS same. MS Columbia. MS pan Columbia. MS Pan Columbia & Sceptre. CU pan men on deck to LS yacht. KEYWORDS : United States of America; Sport; Yachting; Ships and Boats; Personalities - Politicians; Americans; Dwight D. Eisenhower; Navy - R&R MATERIAL : 16mm Dupe 04508 Pos Cuts 03835 Pos 04717 BTS 39 FEET_SHOT = 95 DATE_SUBD = 09/25/1958
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A squatter talks about 'advantages' of being homeless
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Pag Bridge, Croatian Paški most, is a road bridge that connects the island of Pag with the Croatian mainland
Video panning over Pag bridge island of Pag, mountains and sea
FDR IN CHICAGO/ WARM SPRINGS/ ASEA (1932-1934)
1932 through 1934. Home movie images of Franklin Roosevelt flying to the 1932 Democratic National Convention in Chicago (July, 1932), in Warm Springs, Georgia (1932) and on trips aboard the Presidential yacht Sequoia (1933 and 1934)
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AP-APTN-2330: ++Latam Weather Sunday, 21 August 2011 STORY:++Latam Weather- NEW +4:3 Tropical storm Irene hits the Caribbean; another storm hits Mexico LENGTH: 01:59 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Mexico TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP/TV AZTECA STORY NUMBER: 702221 DATELINE: Various - 21 August 2011 LENGTH: 01:59 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY TV AZTECA - NO ACCESS MEXICO SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Saint John, Antigua ++16:9++ 1. Various of cars and bicycles driving through water 2. Pan of river, overflowing to flood farmland AP TELEVISION- AP CLIENTS ONLY Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands ++16:9++ ++MUTE++ 3. Boats, which took shelter in a small bay 4. Yachts ashore for safety, palm trees bending with the wind 5. Various, rough seas AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Fajardo, Puerto Rico ++4:3++ 6. Various of rough sea hitting the coastline 7. Yachts and boats taking shelter before Tropical Storm Irene arrives TV AZTECA - NO ACCESS MEXICO Chiapas, Mexico ++4:3++ 8. Wide of flooded street with vehicle driving down it, rain 9. Mid of palm tree, rain falling 10. Wide of flooded street, taxi driving through 11. Mid of rain falling on roof 12. Wide of car driving along flooded street STORYLINE Tropical Storm Irene threatened Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands on Sunday, with heavy rains and winds that closed airports and flooded lowland areas in the Leeward Islands. Early on Sunday, the storm churned up rough surf along a group of small islands in the eastern Caribbean that includes Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Guadeloupe, and Saint Maarten. There were also widespread power cuts but no immediate reports of serious damage or injuries. The storm was expected to drop up to 7 inches (18 centimetres) of rain on the islands. The fast-moving storm, moving west-northwest at roughly 17miles per hour (28 kilometres per hour), was taking an unpredictable path that left people in the islands of the US Caribbean anxious about the winds and rain to come. On its current forecast track, the US National Hurricane Centre in Miami, Florida, said Irene was shortly expected to pass near or over Puerto Rico. It's forecast to strengthen into a hurricane on Monday as it approaches Hispaniola, the island shared by the Dominican Republic and Haiti. More than 600,000 people in Haiti still live without shelter after last year's earthquake. Meanwhile, tropical storm Harvey is bringing heavy rains to parts of Guatemala and eastern Mexico after weakening early on Sunday to a tropical depression. The US National Hurricane Centre said early on Sunday that Harvey weakened to a depression and was about 75 miles (120 kilometres) west-northwest of Flores, Guatemala, moving west at 14mph (22kph). Forecasters say Harvey's was on a track forecast to pass into southeastern Mexico in the coming hours after moving across northern Guatemala. The storm was expected to bring as much as 6 inches of rain to parts of Honduras, Guatemala, Belize and Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Forecasters say flash floods and mudslides are possible. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-08-21-11 2026EDT
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During Great Depression, some of wealthiest businessmen in US evade taxes
MEN OF OUR TIME - FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Reel 1 & 2
Granada production. Reel 1. American ticker tape parade. Franklin D. Roosevelt takes his hat off and smiles in C/U. Late 1800s street scenes in America - trams, cars, horse and carts. Views of a harbour. People waving from a landing dock. Crowds of people. Hudson Valley countryside landscapes. Hyde Park - birthplace of Roosevelt. Exteriors and interiors of grand house. President Theodore Roosevelt walking on the beach and making a speech. Franklin, his wife Eleanor and mother Sarah. Franklin smiles and takes off hat to camera. Woodrow Wilson makes a speech. Naval ship. American marines leaning out of train windows kissing wives and children goodbye as they leave for war. Paris peace conference. Roosevelt wished America to join the United Nations. Wilson returns to America - greeted by large crowds. Vice Presidential candidates in 1920 included Roosevelt - they pose. Political rally with emotional speeches and banners. Roosevelt shakes hands with political colleagues. His wife and children pose. He sits in a garden chair smoking a pipe. Jazz musicians and Charleston dancers - montage to show how Americans were "determined to enjoy the '20s." One woman dances on a bar, a man dances on a plank of wood suspended high above the ground, aeroplane stunt man, man spinning around on a table. A sail is hoisted on the Roosevelt holiday yacht - we see the family in the boat. Roosevelt contracted Polio on this trip. Drunken party scenes, fashion shots, wild dancing, high kick routine. Roosevelt in a car. Eleanor and Sarah. Roosevelt playing in river (?) at Warm Springs with a large group of young people. Roosevelt supports Al Smith for Democratic candidate. We see them together - Roosevelt on crutches. Stunt montage including the "wall of death" , car and motorcycle stunts. <br/>Gangsters - man fires a gun from a car window. Newspaper headlines about the death of "Pretty Boy Floyd" and "Baby-face". Police stand close to a dead body (?), presumably "Baby-face". Man behind bars - another gangster? 1928 election. Rally, parade. Group of young people carry a large banner reading: "Welcome Home Hoover" behind a fountain. Clouds of smoke from flares as people walk along and cheer. Herbert Hoover and his wife stand on a balcony whilst enthusiastic supporters cheer. One man climbs on another's shoulder and wildly punches the air with delight. Rally as Roosevelt becomes Governor of New York State. Roosevelt shakes hands with supporters. Roosevelt makes a New Year speech from his balcony. Street scenes - large crowds. Voice over about the depression. Agricultural workers moving home and sitting around. Unemployment march? Sign reads: "Jobless Men Keep Going - We Can't Take Care of Our Own - Chamber of Commerce". C/U of men's feet as they walk. Sign reading: "No Men Wanted". Soup kitchen / bread line - a man dishes out some food. Shanty towns or Hoovervilles. Civil unrest. Scenes of fighting, car windows are smashed, men running in the streets, fighting with police. Roosevelt and wife. 1932 Democratic convention - Roosevelt gets the nomination. Makes a speech before flying to Chicago. Montage of political campaigning - shots of Roosevelt and Hoover making speeches and meeting voters. Hollywood float and Will Rogers at a Roosevelt rally. <br/> <br/>Reel 2. Unemployed march. Banner reads: "Abolish Bread Lines - Vote for Roosevelt." Rally - Roosevelt makes a speech about the failure of Hoover's administration. Crowds. Victorious Roosevelt with his dog, wife, mother and sister (?). Policeman on horseback attempts to control crowds. Much cheering and waving from crowds. End of Part One and Part Two inter-titles. Roosevelt takes office. Motorcycle police lead open topped car through crowd lined streets. Roosevelt makes a speech about speaking the truth. Inaugural address. Washington D.C. Roosevelt signs papers. End of prohibition. Barrels are unloaded from carts and rolled along. Pints of beer are drunk by a crowd of people, including women. Men at work - construction of roads and buildings. Replanting Americas depleted forests. Roosevelt makes a speech from Virginia's C.C.C. (?) camp. He speaks of the health of the workers. Women at work - montage of industrial processes. Marching men demand an 8 hour day. General Drivers Union Strike Headquarters. Civil unrest, picket lines, police tying to keep order. Power stations. Electricity pylons. A dam. Sign reads: "Co-operation produces results." Voice over speaks of unemployment and the Welfare State. Outdoor political rally. Roosevelt drives his car to make a public appearance. Children with flags. The White House. Families listen to the radio - Roosevelt uses this new means to reach his people. Roosevelt sitting by the fire with wife and mother reading a speech (as if a radio broadcast). Eleanor is knitting. Roosevelt and religion. Family life. Roosevelt plays with his children and pets. Holiday home. Sailing. Roosevelt makes a speech on his return from holiday - he makes jokes. Supreme Court rules some of Roosevelt's legislation unconstitutional. <br/> <br/>Some of his early advisors had left him. Speech is made about the value of property. Alf Landon the Governor of Kansas becomes the Republicans' standard bearer. <br/> <br/>Continued. See other reels.
US Ike Aerials - Aerials of devastation left behind by Hurricane Ike
NAME: US IKE AERIALS 20080914I TAPE: EF08/0935 IN_TIME: 10:15:05:13 DURATION: 00:02:08:15 SOURCES: POOL DATELINE: Galveston area - 14 September 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST ++AERIALS, MUTE++ 1. Damaged amusement park in Kemah 2. Damaged commercial area in park 3. Damaged amusement rides, debris 4. Debris spread over private property in area 5. House on its side 6. Close-up of house 7. Two damaged homes 8. Zoom in to damaged home, pan to debris 9. Medium of house with debris 10. Pick up truck amongst debris 11. Wide of home with damaged structure 12. Medium of damaged multi-story home 13. Close-up of structure with roof damage 14. Helicopter flying over area 15. Pan of debris on street 16. Various of damaged boats in harbour STORLYINE Rescuers said on Sunday they had saved nearly 2-thousand people from the waterlogged streets and splintered houses left behind by Hurricane Ike. Aerial photography from the Houston and Galveston area on Sunday showed dozens of homes and businesses with considerable damage. Scores of boats from local yacht clubs could be seen lying damaged on dry land. The storm also battered the heart of the US oil industry: Federal officials said Ike destroyed a number of production platforms, though it was too soon to know how badly. Ike was downgraded to a tropical depression as it moved into the nation's midsection. The death toll from the storm rose to 13. Three were in the hard-hit barrier island city of Galveston, Texas, including one body found in a vehicle submerged in floodwater at the airport. Many deaths, however, were outside of Texas as the storm slogged north. Ike's 110 mph (177 kph) winds and battering waves left Galveston without electricity, gas and basic communications, and officials estimated it may not be restored for a month. Houston, the United States' fourth-largest city, was reduced to near-paralysis in some places, although power had been restored to some of the downtown office towers by Sunday afternoon. Authorities told reporters on Sunday afternoon that 1,984 people had been rescued, including 394 by air. Still others chose to remain in their homes along the Texas coast even after the danger of the storm had passed. There was no immediate count on Sunday of how many people remained in their homes, or how many were in danger. The Red Cross reported 42-thousand people were at state and Red Cross shelters on Saturday night. The search-and-rescue effort was the largest in Texas history, including more than 50 helicopters, 1,500 volunteers and teams from federal, state and local agencies.
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Large yacht trawlers basins
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Pag Bridge, Croatian Paški most, is a road bridge that connects the island of Pag with the Croatian mainland
Video panning over Pag bridge island of Pag, mountains and sea
Cyprus Crisis
AP-APTN-0930: Cyprus Crisis Wednesday, 27 March 2013 STORY:Cyprus Crisis- Cypriots wake up to another morning of uncertainty as banks remain closed LENGTH: 02:33 FIRST RUN: 0730 RESTRICTIONS: Part No UK Mainstream Broadcasters And Limited Access To Foreign News Channels: See Script TYPE: Greek/English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/SKY STORY NUMBER: 885047 DATELINE: Various - 26/27 Mar 2013 LENGTH: 02:33 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SKY - NO ACCESS UK MAINSTREAM BROADCASTERS/AL JAZEERA/BLOOMBERG. IF YOU ARE A FOREIGN NEWS CHANNEL DISTRIBUTED IN THE UK AND IRELAND ON SKY'S DIGITAL SATELLITE PLATFORM AND WANT TO USE THIS CONTENT, PLEASE CONTACT ANNA JONES AT SKYCOMMERCIALAP.ORG SHOTLIST: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nicosia 1. Wide tilt down from Peraeus Bank to crossroad 2. Mid of Piraeus Bank sign 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Despina, no surname given, housewife: "People are depressed everywhere, no one knows what tomorrow will bring, it's a drama". 4. Tilt down to the Laiki Bank cash machine 5. Close of Laiki Bank sign 6. Mid of Laiki Bank 7. Pan from Laiki sign to cash machine 8. Pan from front of cafe to men sat outside reading newspapers 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Andreas Antoniou, local resident: "You can't really move, people don't have any money on them to move around, they're scared, there's uncertainty, don't know if banks will open tomorrow or not." 10. Mid of man reading morning newspaper 11. Tilt down of newspapers in rack 12. Front page of the Filalafetros newspaper reading (Greek) "Laiki bank debts are pilling up" 13. Front page of the Filalafetros newspaper reading (Greek) "Your mistakes, our future" 14. Front page of the Cyprus Mail newspaper reading (English) English: "BoC (Bank of Cyprus) staff panic after confusion" SKY - NO ACCESS UK MAINSTREAM BROADCASTERS/AL JAZEERA/BLOOMBERG. IF YOU ARE A FOREIGN NEWS CHANNEL DISTRIBUTED IN THE UK AND IRELAND ON SKY'S DIGITAL SATELLITE PLATFORM AND WANT TO USE THIS CONTENT, PLEASE CONTACT ANNA JONES AT SKYCOMMERCIALAP.ORG Limassol 15. Various of man looking through banking papers 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Terry Rose, British ex-patriot: ++SOUNDBITE BEGINS DURING PREVIOUS SHOT++ "I really think they should not touch my money." 17. Mid of Terry Rose and his wife Hazel 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Hazel Rose, British ex-patriot: ++SOUNDBITE INCLUDES CUTAWAY TO TERRY ROSE AT END++ "I don't know how they can do it though. But you know, what can we do, I mean, I wish we never came." 19. Mid of cafe owner Ann Bruce 20. Mid of "Taste of Britain" menu 21. Close tilt down of HP Sauce bottle 22. SOUNDBITE (English) Ann Bruce, caf? owner: "There are a lot of people who come here with very sad stories. And it's worrying, it's frightening that the banks, an official organisation that for years we've trusted. Now you can't trust them any more." 23. Wide of yachts in marina 24. Mid of Russian flag 25. Mid of boats 26. Wide of financial consultant Chris Parry 27. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Parry, financial consultant: "The majority are retired. And what that means is that what they've got here is it. They're not going to add to that." 28. Various of Limassol STORYLINE: Residents of Cyprus woke up to another morning of uncertainty as banks in the country remain closed on Wednesday. Cypriot businesses were under increasing strain to keep running on Tuesday after financial authorities stretched the country's bank closure into a second week in a harried attempt to stop depositors from rushing to drain their accounts. Under a deal for a 10 (b) billion euros (12.9 (b) billion US dollar) rescue that was clinched in Brussels early on Monday, Cyprus agreed to slash its oversized banking sector and inflict hefty losses on large depositors in troubled banks. Cyprus needed to raise 5.8 (b) billion euros before international lenders were willing to give it the 10 (b) billion euros in bailout funds. Much of the 5.8 (b) billion euros will be raised by forcing losses on accounts of more than 100-thousand euros (129-thousand US dollars), in the country's second-largest lender, Laiki, with the remainder coming from tax increases and privatisations. The bank will be broken up immediately into a so-called bad bank containing its uninsured deposits and toxic nation's biggest lender, Bank of Cyprus. Deposits at Bank of Cyprus above 100-thousand euros will be frozen until it becomes clear to what extent they will also be forced to take losses. Those funds will eventually be converted into bank shares. Cyprus' government spokesman Christos Stylianides told Greek state Net TV that losses on Bank of Cyprus deposits above 100-thousand euros will hover at around 30 percent. "People are depressed everywhere, no one knows what tomorrow will bring, it's a drama" said Despina, a resident of Nicosia. British ex-patriots living in the island's second city Limassol remain scared and unsure about their financial security. Many are concerned about the loss of savings they have with Cypriot banks. "The majority are retired. And what that means is that what they've got here is it. They're not going to add to that," said Chris Parry, a financial consultant on the island. Terry Rose and his wife Hazel feel it would be wrong for a portion of their savings to be affected by the crisis. "I really think they should not touch my money," said Terry. "I wish we never came," said his wife Hazel. Businesses have already been feeling the brunt of the cash crunch, unable to pay salaries and suppliers. Cypriots have slashed spending during the uncertainty. Britain flew in some 13 (m) million euros over the weekend to pay about three thousand British civilian and military personnel serving at the two military bases that it retained after its former colony Cyprus gained independence. The British Ministry of Defence last week flew in a (m) million euros in cash in case automatic teller machines on Cyprus shut down. 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Island of Kornat in the national part of Kornati. Port and restaurant Opat summit Opat. Croatian Adriatic
Aerial view over the harbor and the Opat restaurant
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Island of Kornat in the national part of Kornati. Port and restaurant Opat summit Opat. Croatian Adriatic
Aerial view over the harbor and the Opat restaurant