Bulls run around in the streets of Alcochete. People chase the bulls and the bulls chase the people. In the arena men wrestle a bull named El Toro to the ground, after a long fight.
A biographical documentary shows the life of Dwight David Eisenhower who was the President of the United States from 1953 to 1961. Eisenhower travels in Europe as the Supreme Commander of the NATO forces. Paris: The Eiffel Tower in the background. Dwight David Eisenhower and officers salute. Others stand near him. Statues on a wall outside a building. Dwight David Eisenhower comes out of a car. A guard with sword in his hand at the entrance. Eisenhower walks inside the building with a French officer. He is greeted by an official. He is seated with another officer. People seated at a round table in a conference hall. Netherlands: A plane lands. Soldiers are gathered. They salute. Eisenhower walks with officers. The 'Schiphol' near Amsterdam. Bikes move ahead of a car. The car parked in front of the Cabinet of the Minister President at the Dutch Ministry of General Affairs. He meets other officers. A building. He comes out of a car. The flag of Norway. London : The Big Ben. Eisenhower arrives at the Ministry of Defense and greets the waiting public. He addresses officials. People sit and take notes. Portugal: A city square. Eisenhower walks with officers and officials. Frankfurt: An aircraft is stationed. Eisenhower is greeted by an officer. He watches soldiers marching. He salutes the soldiers.
The history of the United States. A pictorial map shows the path followed by Christopher Columbus in 1492 across the Atlantic Ocean. He found a group of islands where other explorers from Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, England, Italy and France found two continents. The representation of the area in the northern continent over which the English and the French fought and the French were defeated. The French gave up their colonies and in 1763 they belonged to England. People in the English colonies at work. English officials during a meet. The workers rebelling against English troops. Farmers, who became soldiers, moving with guns. The army led by George Washington moving against the English Army. The thirteen colonies of the English became independent, during the American Revolution, leading to the birth of American nation.
U.S. Minister and British ambassador in Lisbon, Portugal during World War II. Exteriors of British Embassy in Lisbon. Interiors of embassy show British Ambassador to Portugal Sir Donald Campbell and U.S. Minister to Portugal Bert Fish followed by press attache Mr. Stewart move down the corridor and enter one of the Embassy salons. The diplomats discuss a note which Stewart has handed them. This is the note which they will be presented to the Portuguese Government the next day to assure that in occupying North Africa the U.S. and Great Britain will respect the Portuguese neutrality.
Spanish Ambassador to Portugal Nicholas Franco in Lisbon, Portugal during World War II. Exteriors of French Legation. Spanish Ambassador to Portugal Nicholas Franco arrive by a car in courtyard of the Spanish Embassy. Interiors of Spanish Embassy shows Nicholas Franco crossing the salons of the Embassy on his way to his office. Nicholas Franco works at his desk.
Anniversary of East German Revolt against Soviets in 1953. West Berliners including Mayor Willy Brandt and Chancellor Ludwig Erhard at the memorials of those who died in East German Revolt against Soviets in 1953. Flowers on memorials. More than 200 memorial services recall day of revolt in 1953. Chancellor Erhard leads 75,000 people in a rally before the Town Hall. Freedom torch is lit by a man.