THE 1980 MOSCOW OLYMPICS
1500 FT. SOF
UK/SPORTS AND POLITICS
8 p.m.: [30 March 2023 broadcast]
A2 / France 2
Marshall Goldman speaks about attempts by Gorbachev to improve sluggish Soviet economy; also early 1980s Poland solidarity movement scenes
The USA-USSR Moscow summit on perestroika in Moscow, Soviet Union. A boat sails in water in front of Red Square buildings in Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union. Traffic on road in Moscow. The expert speaks on the sluggish Soviet economy. Soviet Russian people walk on the streets in a Soviet city (likely Moscow). Some are shopping; some are reading posted material on bulletin boards. Marshall Goldman, a Soviet economist, speaks during a world net telecast. More views of Russian people in front of the shops and on the streets in the 1980s. The U.S. president Ronald Wilson Reagan and General Secretary of the communist party of Soviet Union Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev sign a pact limiting nuclear weapons. Mikhail Gorbachev waves to the people. The people hold balloons as they stand to greet him. Soviet Officials including Gorbachev stand at Kremlin in Red Square during a military parade. Flashback scene during the formation of the Solidarit Labor Union in Poland. ?Lech Walesa, Polish Solidarity leader, speaking to a crowd in the early 1980s. Crowd protests on streets in Poland during time of formation of Solidarity movement. Final scenes of clip show rally in Red Square Soviet Union as balloons rise during celebration or parade, and view of large banner of famous deceased Soviet leaders is seen hanging from buildings. Location: Soviet Union. Date: 1988.
Moscow High Rises
High rises and traffic; Moscow; 1980.
Russian people on streets of Moscow, 1980s
Russian people on streets of Moscow, 1980s
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1980 MOSCOW OLYMPICS BOYCOTT (CQ05411)
Jimmy Carter speaks to Joint Session of Congress;on the United States boycott of the 1980 Summer ;Olympics, interview with Bill Rodgers, marathon;runner, press conference with Jane Frederick, ;U.S. pentathalon record-holder; fighting in ;Afghanistan, Carter announces boycott at ;press conference, tanks in Afghanistan.
President Reagan In Moscow With Gorbachev
President Reagan tours Moscow with the Soviet Secretary General Gorbachev. They stop at St. Basil's Cathedral. President Reagan answers students' questions at Moscow State University. PLEASE NOTE VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
Russia Stadium
Russia marks Luzhniki stadium anniversary
MOSCOW SUMMIT (REAGAN/ GORBACHEV) PT. 2 (1988)
1980's Color, sound, FOOTAGE OF PRESIDENT REAGAN; MOSCOW SUMMIT WITH GORBACHEV, RED SQUARE, INF TREATY (Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty). SUMMIT TOOK PLACE MAY 25, 1988 THROUGH JUNE 3, 1988. (SEE ALSO CLIP ID #323393, #323395, #323396, #323397)
KGB DEFECTOR / VICTOR SHEYMOV
Victor Sheymov is a computer security expert, Russian expert, author, scientist, inventor and patent holder of computer security innovations. As a former intelligence official with the rank of major in the Soviet KGB and a defector to the United States[1][2] in 1980, he was a major contributor to the counter-intelligence community of the western nations. His story is well documented through numerous national appearances in media, both television and print, testimony before various Congressional committees, and speaking appearances. Since becoming a US citizen, Sheymov has been active in the computer security industry as the CEO of Invicta Networks, Inc., a Northern Virginia-based developer of advanced cyber-security technologies and other endeavors that address the protection of national governmental and commercial data bases and communications as well as programs to protect children and teens from Internet predators. Invicta Networks was formed in 2000. Invicta Networks developed InvisiLAN® and WizArmorTM technologies among others.
1980s NEWS
CROWDED MOSCOW STREET CIRCA 1980s
Japan Virus Olympics 2021
JOC President: One year Olympics postponement appropriate
Soviet emigration to the West: queuing up for visas at the American embassy in Moscow, late 1980s
Soviet emigration to the West: queuing up for visas at the American embassy in Moscow, late 1980s
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Clark Visits the USSR
Joe Clark, the Canadian Secretary of State for External Affairs in the Mulroney administration, makes a visit to the Soviet Union. He is greeted by Soviet officials at the airport in Moscow. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
MOSCOW REGATTA
CP 85 SIL VS HIGHLIGHTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL GREAT MOSCOW REGATTA ON THE MOSCOW ROWING CANAL WHERE 1980 OLYMPIC EVENTS WILL BE HELD. CI: SPORTS, RACES: BOAT. TRANSPORTATION, WATER: SCULLS. GEOGRAPHICS: RUSSIA, MOSCOW.
RUSSIA MOB MAYOR
00:00:00:00 - RX47 PKG AND NAT REFEED HARRIGAN, STEVE Andre Klimentev spent 8 years in jail in the 1980s for fraud and embezzlement. Last year he was convicted again, of embezzling part of a thirty mi ...
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Marc Julienne
Radio France: filmed programmes
EMBASSY IN MOSCOW 3- 1988
B-ROLL OF THE UNITED STATES EMBASSY IN MOSCOW DURING PRESIDENT REAGAN’S VISIT
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Canadian Diplomats Expelled from the Soviet Union - 2
Scenes of Red Square and the Kremlin building in Moscow accompany a report that the Soviet Union has expelled Canadian diplomats along them Ken Moody for spying on military installations in Siberia. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.