U.S. President Richard M. Nixon after being elected President of the United States. President Nixon's trip to China and bilateral talks with Prime Minister Chou En Lai. Nixon commending his translator. U.S. Secretary of State Dr. Kissinger aboard Air Force One. He talks about Nixon's impact on international politics. Nixon in Russia with Soviet Premiere Nicolai Brezhnev. Brezhnev signs a treaty to limit nuclear arms. Nixon directly addresses Russian people on television. Nixon lays a wreath for Russians who died in the war. Civilians and buildings in Moscow. Women and children on Russian streets. A large crowd cheers and the U.S. Congress applauds as President returns to the United States from China. Aerial view of the U.S. Capitol with RFK Stadium visible behind it. The Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline from the air. Richard Nixon walks on a sea shore. From a pro-Nixon "documentary" called "Portrait of a President" about President Richard Nixon. Released during his 1972 reelection campaign.
U.S. President Richard Nixon boards U.S. Air Force One for his visit to countries of South East Asia. Nixon's motorcade on roads and Nixon during meeting with leaders of countries like Indonesia, Philippines and others. Nixon's helicopter lands and he debarks for a meeting with British Prime Minister. Nixon during meeting with Canadian and Japanese Prime Ministers. Nixon during meeting with the Pope in Italy. President Nixon and First Lady on their tour to communist Romania. Nixon on his historic tour to People's Republic of China meets its leaders Chou En Lai and Mao Tse Tung. President Nixon and dignitaries visit the Great Wall of China. President Nixon and Henry Kissinger meet and confer with Mao and En Lai. From a pro-Nixon "documentary" called "The Nixon Years: Change Without Chaos" covering President Richard Nixon's first four years in office. Released during his 1972 reelection campaign.
Young demonstrators from the group "Young Americans for Freedom" (YAF) display protest sign to U.S. President Richard Nixon during his visit to Montana, Portland Oregon, Washington state, and Alaska. Address "623 SW Oak St" visible on a building as two men get into a car in front of it. A large group of young conservative demonstrators protest peacefully. Some stand atop school buses. Oregon mountains visible in the background. The crowd is carrying posters, banners and placards. The banners protest Nixon's planned visit to China, e.g., "Don't Shake the Bloody Hand of Mao" and "Y.A.F. says Stay Home." Also "Reconsider Richard Nixon for 1972." Another is "McGovern for President." Still another is "Sign the draft law and prove you're a liar." Also some banners speaking about the economy say "I am a Keynesian now." Many others protest the planned trip and diplomatic efforts with China.
U.S. President Richard M. Nixon after being elected President of the United States. Special consultants, counselors and advisors to the President speak about Richard Nixon as the President. Richard Nixon and U.S. Secretary of State, Dr. Henry Kissinger discuss while walking in the White House. Dr. Kissinger talks about his role, assigned by President Nixon, in the U.S. Air Force One plane. Patrick Buchanan talks about Nixon's efforts to bring peace in Vietnam, Middle-East and People's Republic of China. President Nixon with Chinese Prime Minister Chou En Lai and other Chinese leaders during a state dinner in Peking, China. The Chinese band playing "Home on the Range." From a pro-Nixon "documentary" called "Portrait of a President" about President Richard Nixon. Released during his 1972 reelection campaign.
A documentary titled 'President Nixon in China, A Journey for Peace' depicts historic visit of the U.S. President Richard M Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon to the People's Republic of China. President Nixon and Chinese dignitaries visit the Great Wall of China. A news reporter presents a special report from studio about the visit. President and First Lady Patricia depart from the White House in a ceremony. President Nixon waves hands and sits in his helicopter, which takes off from White House. Graphics show Air Force One landing on Beijing Airport. President Nixon and First Lady disembark from it and received by Premier Zhou Enlai. Members of the American delegation greeted and welcomed. Chinese military musicians play American national anthem as dignitaries review honor guard. Motorcades of dignitaries drive on roads of Beijing.
United States President Richard Nixon and First Lady Mrs Patricia Nixon on their tour to People's Republic of China. President Nixon accompanied by First Lady Patricia, members of Nixon's staff, and other dignitaries visits the Great Wall of China with Vice Premier Li Hsien-nien. An American wearing overcoat and fur cap watches the mountains from the Great Wall of China at Badaling. Other members of the U.S. delegation. A man takes video recording as President Nixon speaks to reporters.