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Miss UK, Rose Marie Franklin is crowned Miss World 1961 in London, England

Delegates of China, Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom and United States walk on the ramp during the 1961 Miss World Competition. Large audience cheers the participants. Miss United Kingdom, Rose Marie Franklin wins the competition and is crowned by Hollywood star Bob Hope. Winner and runners-up pose for photographs.

Date: 1961, November 9
Duration: 1 min 4 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Views of Paris in 1961

Opening scene shows statue outside Le Musée des Monuments Francais, at the Palais de Chaillot, Paris, France. The Eiffel Tower is in the background. Tourists take pictures of the tower from another building. Views from atop Notre Dame Cathedral, of paris, and of the Seine River and several bridges over it. Sightseeing boat cruising on the river. View from atop the Arch of Triumph of traffic on the Champs-Élysees. Traffic encircling the Arch (Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile). View of bridge over the Seine.

Date: 1961, June
Duration: 59 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
President John F. Kennedy State visit to Paris, France.

Glimpse of President John F. Kennedy (JFK) making a speech at his inauguration,on the Capitol steps, Washington, DC, in January, 1961. The White House. President Kennedy speaking on June 6, 1961, to report the the American people about his just completed 4-day trip to Europe. View of Air Force One taxiing in after landing at Orly Airport, Paris, France. French President, Charles de Gaulle strides red carpet to the President's plane, as President and Mrs. Kennedy descend to the foot of the stairs, where de Gaulle greets them. American and French flags wave on flag poles and a French military band plays as the two Presidents walk on a red carpet. Madame de Gaulle and French Government leaders are gathered in Airport reception room, where U.S. ambassador, James Gavin, introduces JFK to members of the French welcoming committee, including Lee Radziwill, his sister-in-law, whom he kisses. Glimpse of cinematographers. President de Gaulle gives formal welcoming speech. President Kennedy makes some brief responding remarks. The two Presidents drive from the airport in an open car, escorted by mounted Guards of the French Republic. Scene reverts back to JFK's report to the people on June 6th in Washington, DC, and then to de Gaulle stepping from a car and the the two First Ladies stepping from a French Citroen limousine. American Flag flying with those of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The two Presidents and First Ladies pose for pictures.

Date: 1961, June 30
Duration: 4 min 54 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
President John F. Kennedy hosts a diplomatic reception at the Quai d'Orsay, and addresses NATO representatives in Paris

View of chandelier and tapestries in reception rooms of the Quai d'Orsay in Paris, France. U.S. President John F. Kennedy and James Gavin, U.S. Ambassador to France, stand in a receiving line during a diplomatic reception hosted by the President, during his visit to Paris, in June, 1961. The President greets members of the Paris diplomatic corps. Scene shifts to exterior of NATO headquarters, where flags of the NATO nations fly in flag poles. Inside, President Kennedy addresses representatives of the organization.

Date: 1961, June
Duration: 1 min 30 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Civic reception for President and Mrs. John F Kennedy in Paris, France

U.S. President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy ride in an open car for a civic reception at the Hotel de Ville (City Hall) during their State visit to Paris, France, in June, 1961. A contingent of Republican Guards form an honor guard at the entrance as the President and first Lady step from their car to enter. Crowds of Parisians cheer and wave enthusiastically from the sidewalks as they enter the Hall to be greeted by the President of the Paris Municipal Council. After speaking in the City Hall, the President and Mrs. Kennedy are seen being escorted by the Council President as they leave the building and mingle with Parisians. Next, Mrs. Kennedy and Madame de Gaulle are seen arriving at a French Public School, where the American flag is displayed. Mrs. Kennedy is surrounded by enthusiastic Parisians. Final scenes show the Kennedys leaving the terminal building at Orly Airport, accompanied by French Premier, Michel Debre and Foreign Minister, Maurice Couve de Murville. The President's airplane is parked at the end of a red carpet and is next seen in flight. Views of Paris and of the Air Force One engines from inside the aircraft.

Date: 1961, June 3
Duration: 2 min 25 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Berlin Crisis:The Western Powers respond to threats from the Soviet Union

Opening scene shows the Schoeneberg Rathaus (West Berlin City Hall) where Willy Brandt, Mayor of Berlin, is addressing a large crowd of West Berliners, concerned about the building of the Berlin Wall, by the Soviets. Many carry placards and signs, including some in English,reading: "We trust Kennedy,'Pay any price, Bear any burden, for survival of Liberty;'" and "Millions behind the Iron Curtain ask for help." Scene shifts to a limousine driving into the center of a crowd. Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson steps from the car, accompanied by U.S.General Lucius D. Clay, who is seen next, with arm raised, acknowledging the crowd, while standing with Johnson and Brandt, at a podium cluttered with microphones. (Narrator refers to him as "Father of the Airlift.") The next day, British and American soldiers are seen driving in jeeps and trucks and M59 Armored Personnel Carriers, through cheering crowds, as they arrive to reinforce their Berlin garrisons. Closeup of cheering Berliners, waving hankerchiefs. Change of scene shows animated map of Europe illustrating the Westward encroachment of Soviet occupation through World War II and the postwar era, concluding with East Berlin, in 1962. The threat to other Nations and regions is also illustrated. Next, legislators are seen in session in The plenary chamber of the German Bundestag in Bonn. Konrad Hermann Joseph Adenauer, Chancellor of Germany, is addressing the assembly. He states that Germany does not stand alone in the world. In France, Prime Minister Georges Pompidou addresses the National Assembly, regarding the Berlin Wall. In London, Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, addresses Parliament. In the United States, on September 25, 1961, President John F. Kennedy, is addressing the UN General Assembly, in New York, about the dangerous crisis in Berlin. Scenes of of the Berlin wall and Checkpoint Charlie . Memorials to persons killed attempting to escape East Berlin, are seen along the wall.

Date: 1961
Duration: 3 min 38 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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