President Woodrow Wilson signs documents. Russian spy Colonel Rudolph Ivanovich Abel outside Federal Court in New York City in 1957. Julius Rosenberg. Ethyl Rosenberg. John Anthony Walker, Chief Warrant Officer and communications specialist for the U.S. Navy, who spied for the Soviet KGB from 1968 to 1985. View of John Fitzgerald Kennedy Federal Building, in Boston, Massachusetts. Barbara Walker speaks. Pictures of John Walker alone and John and Barbara Walker seated at a park. View of Barbara Walker's home in West Dennis, Massachusetts. View of the Walker's restaurant. Apartment house in Norfolk Virginia, where the Walkers lived, and boat, airplane, and real estate they owned. Walker in U.S. Navy uniform and at beach with children. Walker residence, Algonquin House Apartment building. Diagrams of drop sites and instructions used by John Walker. U.S. Capitol building. Holiday Inn where the Walkers stayed in Northern Virginia. Documents stamped Top Secret and 35,000 dollars in cash. F-14 landing on carrier deck. Photo of Laura Walker Snyder. Needles moving on Polygraph machine. Convoy of warships underway. Photo of John Walker with other Naval crewmen. Photo of Soviet Embassy in Washington, DC. Photo of cryptographic key card. U.S. nuclear submarine on surface. Zayre store in Washington, D.C. area. Drop site maps. Photo of John Walker's retirement party in 1977. Maps of North Africa and Europe. Photo of instructions for passing information at meeting sites in Vienna, Austria. Photo of Walker's residence, 1985. Photo of Jerry Whitworth. Letters from Whitworth to the FBI. Soviet KGB officer, Aleksei G. TKachenko. Michael Walker and Arthur Walker under arrest. John and Michael Walker under arrest. William Sessions, FBI Director.
French civilians and military officials inspect the ruins of a French town. Debris and dilapidated buildings in the town. Cars on road with ruined buildings all around. Damaged building of Cafe de la Rade. View of a large destroyed statue with officials in the background. Ruins of various buildings in the French town. Buvette Americaine written on a French building. Instrumental soundtrack in background.
The German assault on France during the Battle of France in World War II. A map depicts the location of Somme, Paris and the Weygand Line in France. Germans advance into France. German forces move through Hangest, France. A bullet ridden sign for Hangest. German soldiers take cover. Smoke due to several explosions. Bomb damaged buildings and rubble strewn on the streets. Soldiers in an APC (Armored Personnel Carrier) as it makes its way through the streets amidst enemy fire. Machine gun fire. Tanks advance on the streets. German soldiers run for cover. Bomb damaged buildings and ruins. Soldiers amidst rubble. German Junker Ju 87 Stukas, He-111 and Ju-88 medium bombers bomb Allied positions in France. German pilots release bombs. The bombs descend to the ground and explode causing huge clouds of black smoke. View of bombing and smoke rising from targets as seen point of view from inside plexiglass nose section of German bomber aircraft. French MS-406 fighters and German Me-110 and Me-109 fighter aircraft dogfight. The crew inside a Stuka in flight. A French aircraft is hit and is seen nosediving toward ground. It crashes with a large explosion. German aircraft bomb the Weygand Line. German artillery bombards the Line.
Ceremonies attending the burial of the unknown and unidentified American soldier after World War I in France. France honors the Unknown U.S. Hero before the body is transported to America for burial at the Tomb of the Unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The ceremony marks the selection of the Unknown Soldier to be taken to the Untied States for burial. French citizens in Chalons France pay final homage to the body of the American lying in state at the City Hall in Paris, France. French men, women, and children wait in line and then file through to pay last respects. A banner on the road honors the American Hero. French soldiers stand by the large crowd of mourners outside the City Hall. People emerge from the Hall and more inside the Hall. View of the coffin with the simple offering of white roses to indicate that this would be the body sent back to the U.S. to represent all of his Unknown Soldier brothers. United States and French soldiers around the coffin. Close-up view of U.S. Army Sergeant Edward F Younger, who fought in all the American offensives and who had the honor of selecting the body from among four identical coffins on October 24, 1921, at the City Hall in Chalons-en-Champagne, France. A car arrives. French and American Generals emerge and greet the waiting officials. General Allen with a French General near the coffin. Allen pays tribute to the Unknown Soldier. The Generals and officers salute as the coffin is taken out of the City Hall and laid in a caisson. Marching troops lead the procession. The casket is brought to Le Havre where French citizens turn out in respectful tribute. Soldiers carry the casket past railway carriages followed by military officers and government officials. A large crowd on the streets watches the procession. The horse drawn caisson moves through people gathered on either side.
The American Memorial dedicated by U.S. Army General John J. Pershing for the American troops participating in the Meuse-Argonne offensive in Montfaucon, France. People crowd during the dedication ceremony. U.S. soldiers parade holding guns. The American Memorial and the flag of France in the background. President of France Albert Lebrun and U.S. Ambassador to France William Christian Bullitt, Jr. attend the ceremony. Pershing standing with French Generals. The American Memorial in the center and the flag of the U.S. and France on either side of the memorial. People crowd around the memorial.
News about Allied invasion of northern France during World War II reaches New York City newspapers and billboards on Tuesday June 6, 1944. Views of newspaper headlines about the Allied D-Day invasion of Northern France during World War 2. Men buy newspapers. A man picks up a paper with a headline 'Allies invade France'. An electronic billboard flashes news regarding the Allied invasion of France. It informs about the landing of American, British and Canadian troops in Normandy, France. It also informs about the landing of paratroopers behind the Atlantic Wall to face Nazi attacks. People aboard a bus look at the electronic billboard.