Documentary "One Week in October." Aerial views of Russian missiles in Cuba. Columbus day parade with marching bands, Boy Scouts, troops. Brief excerpt from 1962 World Series Baseball game with New York Yankees pitcher Ralph Terry delivering to Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants, who hits a ball to the deep left corner that is caught. March of Dimes annual poster girl. Jackie Kennedy with children of foreign diplomats. Fireworks in Uganda celebrating its independence. View of Vatican Palace and a candlelight vigil. President John Kennedy with Ahmed Ben Bella, Premier of Algeria. Ben Bella is then seen with Cuban leader Castro who receives him in Cuba. U.S. moon rocket launch. Scientists in America reviewing designs for fallout shelters and visiting banks, stores, and municipal buildings and garages to assess them for worthiness as bomb fallout shelters. Views of various types of fallout shelters. Food, water drums, medical and sanitation supplies bound for civic fallout shelters are seen rolling off of assembly lines and being boxed. Radiological monitoring equipment on an assembly line. A woman packages a geiger counter into a box. Then the fallout shelter supplies are seen transported by rail to defense department warehouses for distribution by local authorities to Community Fallout Shelters. View of moving train seen from above and from sideview. View of new fallout shelter signs being mounted at fallout shelters. Forklifts working at Naval Supply Center Oakland in California to arrange supplies for shelters. View of American Legion meeting where former President Harry Truman makes a speech. Former President Eisenhower gives a speech in Connecticut endorsing some candidates. Air Force helicopter flies overhead and then seen landing on White House lawn. Beaches of Cuba. Marches in Cuba. Historic view of soldiers marching beside monument to Battleship Maine in Havana. Crane atop monument as a wing is cut off; scenes of destruction of monument to Battleship Maine in Havana. Fidel Castro and Che Guevara marching into Havana in 1959 with cheering throngs after succeeding in revolt against Batista. Fidel Castro and Soviet leader Khrushchev greeting one another at United Nations in 1961. Soviet deputy premier Anastas Mikoyin greeted by Castro and crowd at Havana airport in 1960. Trade agreement between Cuba and Havana signed. Soviet Russian cargo ships on way to Havana. Cuban refugees in small boats being rescued by U.S. Coast Guard. Views of military specialists examining films of aerial views of suspected missile installations in Cuba. U.S. military mobilization for possible war. Strategic Air Command begins dispersing aircraft to possible needed locations. B-52 Stratofortress aircraft takes off. Badge on plane: "Anywhere. Anytime." Destroyer USS Strong, DD-758, making way in heavy seas. An American Aircraft Carrier underway in the distance. Polaris submarine on surface. Officers of STRAC or Strategic Army Corps seen meeting after being assigned to the new command of U.S. Forces Atlantic. Alerted U.S Army units on training exercise to maintain combat readiness. American Army troops load into rear of transport plane . C-124 Globemaster taking off. Then a C-119 shortly after takeoff flying overhead. Then a MATS C-124 again is seen overhead. 1st Armored division tanks being loaded onto rail for transport from Fort Hood Texas to Fort Stewart Georgia.
President of France Charles De Gaulle visits Algeria. President Gaulle and other dignitaries visit Algeria to gather support for a referendum. President interacts with the Muslim masses and the French allied. The French settlers,opposer of Gaulle's mission spread riots and violence. Smoke and fire on the streets. French settlers and the Army troops exchange fires. French settlers exchange Molotov cocktails and tear gas bombs. Army troops with tanks and artillery.
Insurgents create street barricades in Algeria. They protest for the opposition and seize the state. They create street barricades to block and control the passage of the traffic. Army personnel stand and watch. They get into trucks and leave.
Riots and violence in Algeria. Violence on the streets as the Frenchmen clash with each other. Police battles the protesting students and veterans in a rock throwing melee. Police men run behind the protesters holding guns. Buildings and trees seen on either side of the streets.
The revolt against the President of the French Republic Charles De Gaulle's liberal policies ends in Algeria. Algerian settlers end the revolt against the President of the French Republic Charles De Gaulle's liberal policies. They remove street barricades. Policemen stand on streets and keep a watch on the activities of civilians. A large crowd of civilians gathered at the streets. Buildings on either side of the streets.
Riots break out in Algeria after Charles De Gaulle returns to power in France. De Gaulle ousted paratroop of General Massu for opposition of De Gaulle's moderate self determination plan. Soldiers with rifles patrol on posts, keep a vigil. A crowd of supporters of General Massu strikes against the decision, barricaded in streets. Violent demonstrations and bloody clashes.