Film 'The 200 Hopes' shows the efforts to establish a school to train teachers in Cambodia. Poverty stricken children work. Cambodian children play on ground. Cambodian official gives diploma certificates to graduates. A bullock cart on dirt road. Workers construct building for the training institute. Cambodian official cuts ribbon and gives speech at the inaugural ceremony. Students at the institute. Instructor teaches a group of teachers in classroom. Cambodian women play on open ground. Doctor gives an injection to pig in the sty. Men exercise and make paintings. Women cook in kitchen. Students eat food in the cafeteria. Cambodian girls and boys learn carpentry. Women attend music and dance class. Staff converse with each other during a meeting. Young children sing in a classroom. Bullock carts move along a road under construction.
Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy visits Cambodia. Mrs Kennedy feeds the royal elephants. She tours the exotic landmarks of Thailand and Cambodia.
Temples and statues of gods in Cambodia. Aerial view of a temple. Stairs leading to the temple. Statue of a young boy and other gods. Sketch of houses in Cambodia.
MAAG (Military Assistance and Advisory Group) Mission in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Cambodian children play in front of their houses. Bicycle traffic on a main street in Cambodia.
American Forces withdrawing from Cambodia. View of an American Fire Support Base Myron near Hill 428, in Cambodia. U.S. 199th Light Infantry Brigade troops talk to local tribesmen through an interpreter. AH-1G helicopter fires rockets outside the camp. (Note: John W. Hart, who served with 3rd Platoon, D/5/12, 199th LIB, at Fire Base Myron in 1970, has identified the shirtless soldier with curly hair at second 41 in the clip, as Otto White, one of his unit's M-60 machine gunners.)
As they prepare to withdraw from Cambodia, U.S. soldiers of 3rd platoon, D/5/12, 199th Light Infantry Brigade, burn boxes and debris at Fire Base Myron, near Hill 428 in Cambodia.