VIETNAM WAR
President Lyndon Johnson speaks into mics about a letter he received from a woman who wrote that her son was in Vietnam, her husband served in WWII and states that this time she doesn't understand this war, why?
VICE PRESIDENT JOHNSON IN SOUTH VIETNAM
Saigon, Manilla, South Vietnam. <br/> <br/>American commentary. <br/> <br/>LS. People waiting outside building in Saigon. C.U. Vice-President Lyndon Johnson passing camera with lei round his neck. Various shots, Johnson surrounded by massed crowds. Various shots, including C.Us. of Johnson drive through streets of Saigon in open car, shaking hands with people in crowd. Various shots, Johnson walking through crowds of people shaking hands. L.S. Johnson with military V.I.Ps. watching manoeuvres. LS as bomb explodes. M.S. Johnson seated with military V.I.Ps. watching manoeuvres. LS bomb exploding making miniature mushroom cloud similar to atomic bomb. M.S. Johnson with V.I.Ps. <br/> <br/>(Comb F.G.)
LBJ IN VIETNAM
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The other dream of Martin Luther King
France 5
HISTORICAL FILM: PRESIDENT JOHNSON VISITS VIETNAM (1966)
President Lyndon Baines Johnson takes a diplomatic trip to Asia in October/ November of 1966. This is Johnson aboard Air Force One visiting US soldiers in Vietnam October 26, 1966,
News Clip: Demonstration
Video footage from the WBAP-TV television station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering a news story about an anti-Vietnam demonstration at the Nike Missile Site in Denton organized by North Texas State University student and Air Force veteran R. Sheldon Newman. This story includes footage of Newman and other demonstrators holding protest signs. Not included in this footage is a separate demonstration organized by the Houston Citizens for Action group near President Johnson's ranch.
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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
Vice-President of United States Lyndon B. Johnson on a visit to Saigon in South Vietnam
Vice-President of United States Lyndon B. Johnson on a visit to Saigon in South Vietnam. Flags of both United States and South Vietnam seen. He is greeted by a flag waving crowd. Lyndon B. Johnson speaks from open top car. Cameramen takes photographs. He inspects Honor Guard and boards MATS (Military Air Transport Service) plane. Location: Saigon Vietnam. Date: 1961.
civil rights bill signed 1964
United States Lyndon B. Johns Wins Election For Presidency Once again the strength of the democratic processes was demonstrated in the United States as Rebublicans and Democrats fought it out for the Presidency. The loudest voice of all was the quiet American voter, who sent Lyndon Baines Johnson back to the White House with a 16,000,000 plurality over Barry Goldwater. England Voters End 13-years Of Conservative Party Rule British voters end 13-years of Conservative Party rule. Lord Home resigns and Harold Wilson, the Labor Party leader, takes over as Prime Minister. Soviet Union Political Troubles For Nikita Khrushchev At Home Nikita Khrushchev finds political difficulties behind the Iron Curtain as his 'friends' on the Central Commitee pull the rug out from under him. India World Mourns Passing Of Prime Minister Nehru Prime Minister Nehru, the only Prime Minister India has known since independence was accorded a moving tribute by millions of Indians. United States Nation Mourns The Passing Of General Douglas MacArthur Called the greatest military genius in American history, General Douglas MacArthur is laid to rest with full military honors and the respect of the entire Nation. United States Former President Herbert Hoover Is Laid To Rest Herbert Hoover, 31st President of the United States, receives a National tribute as he lays in state at the Nation's Capital. Vatican City Pope Paul VI Visits The Holy Land And Then To India Pope Paul VI shatters historical precedent as he travels to the Holy Land and later to India. United States U.S. Increases Aid To South Vietnam The United States has increased its aid to South Vietnam, but political uncertainty there continues to hamper the war against the Vietcong rebels. United States Hurricane Hilda Does The Most Damage With numerous hurricanes having hit the Eastern Seaboard, hurricane Hilda has been deemed the worst. United States Alaska Hit By Record Earthquake Alaska was shaken by the greatest earthquake ever recorded on the North American continent. United States Civil Rights Bill Is Signed Into Law A bright chapter in the course of human events as the Civil Rights Bill ending racial discrimination and segregation and assuring racial integration was signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson. Shows Martin Luther King, leader of the civil rights movement, at signing. Orbiting The Moon Orbiter Ranger VII Take A Detailed Look At The Moon Ranger VII took an amazing 4000 pictures of the Moon in man's greatest space achievement. United States New York World's Fair There were plenty of fireworks to dazzle the audience at the World's Fair held in New York.
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VIETNAM SOLDIER GETS MEDAL FROM PRESIDENT JOHNSON
Washington, United States of America USA. <br/> <br/>American commentary, transcript on file. <br/> <br/>GV. White House through trees. VS. In White House President Lyndon B Johnson presents Medal of Honour to Army Captain Roger H.C. Donlon of New York for his gallantry in Vietnam. An interesting item of this story is President Johnson has a glass shield in front of him and the cameras Aerial view of remote Camp Nam Dong in South Vietnam where Captain Donlon served. VS. Captain Donlon showing Vietnamese Army members around Camp Nam Dong before it was invaded on July sixth in which action the Captain got the medal. MS. Captain Donlon with President Johnson. <br/> <br/>(Comb.F.G.)
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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VIETNAM WAR
side shot, President Lyndon B. Johnson - early 1960s. He states that "...the people of South Vietnam shall have the right of choice, the right to shape their own destiny and free elections in the South...under international supervision and they shall not have any government imposed upon them by force and terror, so long as we can prevent it..."
News Clip: Dirksen
Video footage from the WBAP-TV station in Fort Worth, Texas to accompany a story about Senator Ev Dirksen speaking at the Southern Methodist University Golden Anniversary Convocation series. In this story, Dirksen receives a cowboy hat and speaks to news reporters about the Vietnam War.
Lyndon Baines Johnson with other officials on a platform and President pins medals on men in Vietnam during the Vietnam War
President of the United States Lyndon Baines Johnson with other officials at Cam Ranh Bay Air Base in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. United States Army General William C. Westmoreland,Lyndon Baines Johnson and U.S. ambassador to South Vietnam Ellsworth Bunker talk. William C. Westmoreland and Lyndon Baines Johnson on a platform. U.S. troops salute. Officials on a platform during the playing of national anthem. Officials include Vice President of Vietnam Nguyen Cao Ky, Ellsworth Bunker and Vietnamese officer talk. President Johnson pins medals on to men. Location: Vietnam. Date: December 23, 1967.
Conventions: The Land Around Us
documentary about the confrontations between police and demonstrators during the Chicago 1968 Democratic National Convention. Footage is a mix of footage from Chicago '68, footage of other events of the time, and also includes footage of Phil Ochs. The film opens by juxtaposing the singing of happy birthday to Lyndon Johnson at the Democratic Convention with the shouting of “Fuck You, Lyndon Johnson” at the Yippies! Alternatives birthday party. We are then introduced to the Yippies! by Abbie Hoffman and by scenes primarily from Lincoln Park before the violent confrontations. Abbie Hoffman:“I think American culture is sterile, boring, evil, corrupt, . . . and old. Central government has a tremendous amount of power in this country, and it’s very bureaucratic, and it’s as much the bureaucracy of this country, as much as its evilness – especially in terms of the war in Vietnam and the way it treats poor people and black people – that brings us to this park . . . The Yippies! are not really a group, it’s a movement, it’s a slogan. There are no Yippies! That’s the whole thing, it’s a slogan. There was an exclamation point, see . . . it’s a slogan, you know, ‘yipeeee!’ Right?” Film includes lines of policemen, marked off and barricaded areas, uniforms and symbols of authority, features live footage and audio of Phil Ochs at Chicago Stadium on August 27, 1968 during the Democratic National Convention. Songs include: I Ain't Marching Anymore, Power and the Glory, and the LP version of Where Were You in Chicago?
Vietnam, the end of the war
Ina Productions
SOUTH VIETNAM
23:59:59:28 This is a DOD film on why we fought so hard for Khe Sanh, a marine garrison in the northern hills of South Vietnam. this film has excellent footage of the fight that ensued there for ...
LYNDON JOHNSON / VIETNAM
OC 250 FT SOF MAG ROLL B CONTINUATION OF FTG OF LYNDON JOHNSON. VS PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON (LBJ) DEFENDS THE US POLICY AGAINST DISSENTERS. COMMENDS US FIGHTING MEN IN VIETNAM. VS LBJ AND WIFE LADY BYRD JOHNSON STAND TOGETHER. SHE IS INTRODUCED AND MAKES A SHORT STATEMENT. THEY LEAVE.
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JFK
McGeorge "Mac" Bundy (March 30, 1919 – September 16, 1996) was United States National Security Advisor to Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson from 1961 through 1966, and president of the Ford Foundation from 1966 through 1979. He is known primarily for his role in escalating the involvement of the United States in Vietnam during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations...he is interviewed here about his years and memories of working with JFK
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