Nikita Khrushchev with others makes a pilgrimage to the apartment where Lenin lived in exile before the Russian Revolution in Bordeaux, France. A photo of Lenin. Large crowd gathers. Khrushchev's motorcade on street. Khrushchev is guest of the Mayor of Bordeaux, Jacques Chaban-Delmas. Khrushchev takes a sheep in his lap from a woman.
The French line ship, SS Lorraine, in camouflage paint, seen backing into port at Bordeaux, France, on June 24, 1918. Belgian troops of the ACM Corps (Autos-Canons-Mitrailleuses, Belgian armored unit) disembark. (Note: Soldiers of This Belgian armored unit fought with the White Russians during World War I. They left Vladivostok for the USA on the SS Sheridan, and docked at San Francisco on May 12, 1918. They were warmly greeted as they proceeded across the U.S. to New York city, where they participated in the Memorial Day Parade. After leaving New York City, aboard the SS La Lorraine, they reached Bordeaux on June 24 1918.)
Front of American Consulate building in Bordeaux France. Plaque above the door marked with - CONSULATE of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA. Interior of the Consulate where American consul, Mr Waterman is at his desk. American refugees waiting in the consulate for passports as they prepare to depart France shortly before the fall of Paris to Nazi Germany in World War II. Red Cross workers assisting consul. June 1940.
Train station of Le Verdon in Bordeaux France, is shown. American refugees getting off train in Le Verdon, having arrived from Paris France. Baggage seen at station, some refugee going through customs and some are lined up for passport and customs inspection. French officials checking the money and passport of American refugees before they board the SS Washington ocean liner. June 1940.
Sir Ernest Shackleton's last expedition to Antarctica. Ship Quest underway at sea after stopping at Lisbon, Portugal. The Quest underway in the Atlantic Ocean. View from Quest as it passes the five masted sailing ship "France II" (stated as"La France" in the film slates), the largest sailing ship in the world, as it approaches St. Paul Rocks off the coast of Brazil. (France II was built by Chantiers et Ateliers de la Gironde in Bordeaux, and was launched November 9, 1911.)
Numerous pieces of Allied heavy artillery lined up in the ordnance yard at Bordeaux, France, in World War 1. A Holts tractor towing a field piece and caisson across the yard, through mud. Another tractor towing a field piece and limber across the yard.