Palestinian Refugee children at the Dar El Tifl orphanage for homeless Muslim and Christian refugee children in East Jerusalem, run by Hind Husseini. Children orphaned from violence in Jaffa, Haifa, and other cities to the north. View of Church of the Nativity. View of the Church of All Nations. Scenes from the Dar El Tifl orphanage for children. Orphanage founder, Hind Husseini, teaches young girls in an open area on the grounds of her home, which she converted into the orphanage. Girl writes in Arabic on the blackboard. Young boys work in the garden and play soccer on the grounds of Ms. Husseini's orphanage. Children eat food while seated at a table. Toddler cries. Two children sleep on one bed. Older women refugee workers make dresses. Boys make shoes and tin cups. Carpenters make furniture in workshop. View of Jordan River.
Discussions on the Middle East crisis in the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York. Soviet Prime Minister Alexey Kosygin arrives by an airplane. He climbs down the stairs. His daughter Liudmila Gvishiani at the airport with her husband Dzherman Gvishiani. Kosygin speaks in the General Assembly of the United Nations about the Middle East and condemns the U.S. for allegedly encouraging Israel. U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson meets Australian Prime Minister Harold Edward Holt and his wife Zara Kate Dickens. He talks about the Middle East crisis days after the Six-day war, and urges Israeli-Arab negotiation with world cooperation. In the old city of Jerusalem, the dividing wall separating Jewish and Arab sections of the Holy City is demolished by bulldozers and religious orthodox Jews in a pilgrimage flock to the Wailing Wall or Western Wall.
Nabi Musa(Tomb of Prophet Moses) South of Jericho and East of Jerusalem in the Judean wilderness. Visitors mingling at the entrance. Pilgrims massed in courtyard during annual pilgrimage. A uniformed band of musicians in their midst. Flags of prophets being carried. Scene shifts to the Mosque of Omar(Tomb of the Rock) in Jerusalem, where pilgrims are gathering. A procession begins to form with five pilgrims carrying Prophet's flags.
The UN General Assembly meeting goes on in New York City near time frame of Arab-Israeli Six Day War in June 1967. The Assembly rejects Russia's resolution to brand Israel the aggressor in the Middle East, while voiding the annexation of Jerusalem. A board shows names of voting countries. Three men on stage. Arab and Israeli military forces exchange fire across the Suez Canal, breaking temporary truce. Soldiers on tanks. A soldier looks through binoculars. Soldiers in truck. Truck drives off.
Six day war in middIe east ends as Israel and Syria agreed to observe a United Nations-mediated cease-fire. At the United Nations Security Council in the United States: Syrian Ambassador, Russian delegate Nikolay Prokofyevich Fedorenko, Israeli Ambassador Gideon Raphael state their points during the session. War scenes from the Six-day war: Burning buildings. Bodies lying on desert. Prisoners of war are taken by the Israeli troops. Prisoners walk with raised hands. Bullet holes in train and car. Damaged military vehicles on streets. Wounded soldiers are moved on stretchers to hospitals. Damaged UAR military vehicles along the Gaza Strip. Arabs under arrest. Egyptian prisoners of war. Empty offices with photo frames of President of Egypt, Gamal Abdel Nasser. UAR Commander General Abdul Hussein meets Israeli military leaders. He signs the cease-fire agreement. Israeli flag flutters in wind. In Bethlehem: Israeli troops on streets with tanks. Civilians watch the tanks. In Jerusalem: Tanks move through streets and enter city. Women weep. Jewish people on streets. Israeli troops enter the Old City. Defense Minister of Israel, Moshe Dayan with soldiers offers prayers at the Wailing Wall or Western Wall. Israeli troops march through the streets with weapons including some UZI submachine guns.
Civilians and the government officials work towards strengthening economy after Great Depression. Scenes from the Great Depression: Idle factories and signs "No men wanted." Homeless and unemployed men sleep on benches and holes are shown in the shoes. Unemployed workers in a soup line receiving food aid. Wooden shanties and shacks for housing of people in the Depression. A black woman seated outside a simple tent for her house. A young girl holds her baby sibling while seated on a rusty bunk bed as the infant child cries. Tired looking children during the depression. Sad looking woman seated on a bed rocks a baby. Scene change to 30 years later in mid 1960's. Aerial view of modern highway interchange with traffic on roads. Surveyors at work. Scientists work in laboratory. Doctors examine patients. Arm of person wearing a "Polio Vaccine Volunteer" armband. Children in line to receive polio vaccine. A girl gets a polio shot. Ferris wheel at a fair goes around. American citizens at a picnic enjoy foods assembled on tables. Communist troops march on street in East Germany parade and East German people wave small flags in review stand. Traffic on the main roads of a small American town, with a police officer directing traffic. Shops seen along roadside. Views of American farmers and scientists at work. Farmer on tractor and on harvester machines. Women work in a factory assembling machines. 1950s and 1960's cars in parking lot and woman shopper with cart. Women work in clerical jobs in an office. Nurses in classroom. Early computer technology; large electronic devices and many wires; lights and mechanical switches on electronic equipment. Reel to reel tape recorder or data recorder. Factory shipment floor with goods on belt. President John F Kennedy signs Manpower Development and Training Act in 1962. Golden Gate bridge from shore and from moving vehicle. Bridge construction workers handle tossed hot rivet. Boy watches dam construction workers. Boys running outside school. Boy and farmer in cornfield.