Detonation site in Egypt. Men at work on site. Engineers work with equipment on earth's surface. Heavy blasts pulverize 618,000,000 pounds of rock. Heavy smoke arises from the blasts.
Palaces of ancient Egyptian Kings Rameses II and Sethos II in Hermopolis, Egypt. Egyptian workers dig up the remains of the palaces of King Rameses II and Sethos II during an archaeology excavation. The workers dig up the remains. Scientists look at the remains dug out. A scientist (Günther Roeder or someone on his team?) near a damaged wall with inscriptions on it in the background.
A decorated wooden cart on rails to carry royalty or dignitaries. A woman with headdress covering watches from a door opening in the cart. A decorated camel on a path. A boy dressed in white with a white cap sits on the camel and boys play drums mounted on the camels. Men hold the camels. Men wearing fez hats sit on decorated horses and show off equestrian dressage skills with the horses. Camel caravan passes by in a sand covered area. People sit on the ground as caravan passes by. Man on a high cliff looks out over a low valley and city at sunset.
Scientific Documentary depicts ancient Egypt. River with sun setting in the background and dry hot winds blowing over land shows contrast of ancient fertile land to the desert of modern Egypt. Sand dunes in the desert of Egypt. Footprints of animals in the desert. Small water pools. Scattered oasis in the area with a little greenery. Paintings on a pot depicting ancient Egyptian life. Carvings of kings and Pharaohs of Egypt on walls.
Major events of 1956. Ships underway in Suez Canal, Egypt. President, Abdul Nasser announces the seizure of the canal. Soldiers move up in Egypt and dead Egyptian soldiers as a result of Anglo French attack. Anglo French planes bomb the canal area. Airborne troops land in the canal area. Debris due to aerial bombings spread on the street. Matter discussed at the United Nations meeting leading to a cease fire in the area. The Secretary General of the United Nations Dag Hammarskjold arrives in Egypt for negotiations. The United Nations Emergency Police forces enter a city in Egypt. People give a warm welcome to the forces.
Scientific Documentary 'Ancient World-Egypt' depicts ancient Egypt. River Nile on an animated map.
Peaks of the Mountain of the Moon in Equatorial Africa. Path of the Nile through Uganda and Sudan into Egypt. Stalactites in caves. Water flowing through rocky terrains. Wild plants and bushes along flowing waters. Small tributaries join together to flow into River Nile.