Earthquakes in port city Agadir, Morocco. Damaged buildings and debris due to two earthquakes in the city. Half damaged buildings with open walls of rooms. Vehicles buried under the debris. Cracks on roads. Workers evacuate dead bodies and survivors from the debris. The dead bodies placed on the ground. Men digging a mass grave for the dead.
Natural disasters strike nations like Morocco, Chile and Caribbean Islands in the year 1960. Ruined resort town of Morocco destroyed by an intense earthquake. Demolished houses and broken roads in the city. Intense earthquakes in Chile render damage to property and lives. The bust sculpture of a leader damaged by earthquake. Hurricane Donna strikes shores of Caribbean Islands. Fast winds blowing destroy houses and trees. A group of people stands and watches the destruction by the hurricane.
French Morocco troops march in bands wearing traditional uniforms. View from dark corridor at the residence of General Auguste Nogues in Rabat, French Morocco. General Auguste Nogues, General Robert Boissau, Admiral Michelieu, General Lascroux and General La Houlle of France; Major General George S Patton, Major General Geoffrey Keyes, Major General Ernest N Harmon and Major General Jonathan W Anderson of the US, the Grand Vizier to the Sultan, American and French officers and civilian officials pose for photographers on the steps of residence. French Morocco troops march in bands and play bugles.
African summit meeting in Casablanca, Morocco. Gamal Abdel Nasser President of Egypt arrives by a yacht. King Mohammed V of Morocco receives President Nasser. Civilians cheer and greet the President. Kwame Nkrumah, leader of Ghana and Algerian leader Ferhat Abbas arrive by air. King Mohammed V receives them. The leaders and the President at around table meeting.
French Resident-General of Morocco, Lieutenant General Pierre Boyer de Latour, in exercise of diplomacy, visits Berber Tribes in middle atlas region of Morocco ( el mars boulmane ). He arrives in a 1953 Oldsmobile convertible automobile, driving up a rugged dirt road. The General greets several tribal leaders and converses with them. The tribal leaders escort General de Latour to a large tent, where he sits and converses with the most senior leaders. They talk and eat inside the tent. Crowds of tribesmen observe from around the tent, at some distance, outside. Mountains seen in the background. Tribesmen play musical instruments. Women in decorative costume dance.
Moroccan infantry with rifles, led by military band, march through a gate near the Royal Palace and mosque,in Rabat, Morocco. The palace and mosque are seen in background. A drum and bugle corps, mounted on white horses, play their instruments as they ride through the gate. They are followed by a cadre of mounted Royal Lancers. Infantry perform coordinated drill. Royal Palace seen in background.Troops parade along with a procession, including Royal Guardsmen, dressed in white. Guardsmen escort the Sultan, riding in a Royal Coach pulled by horses. A Royal attendant steps into the courtyard of the palace,to meet the Sultan as he arrives on a white horse, accompanied by guardsmen. Palace attendants bow low, several times to the Sultan. In change of sequence, the Sultan, on horseback, proceeds between line of guards and groups of Moroccans, sitting and standing on a parade ground. View of muazzen standing on balcony of the Royal mosque. Sultan rides through gate of the mosque on a white horse, accompanied by guardsmen. Persons, lining the way,bow as he passes. Attendant shields the Sultan with a long-handled umbrella. The entire procession returns toward the palace.