Premier Ali Amini of Iran at his desk in his office. Premier is seen working in his office. Exterior of an Iranian building. Crowd demonstrating on road in Iran.
Marriages and new births in various renowned families all around the world. Princess Margaret of Britain waves towards a large crowd after getting married with a commoner Antony Armstrong Jones. Crowd cheers for her. King Baudouin of Belgium marries Spain's Donna Fabiola during a traditional ceremony. Queen of England Elizabeth and her husband Prince Phillip introduce little Prince Andrew, sitting with his family on shore of a lake. Emperor of Japan kisses his new born son Prince Naruhito. Shah of Iran with his wife sits at a ceremony after the birth of his first son, heir of the throne of Iran. The United States President John Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline in a hospital on the birth of their son John Fitzgerald Kennedy Junior.
Russian troops leave Iran and street riots in Iran. Russian troops leave Iran in 1945. People walk carrying bouquets. A Russian officer gets into a jeep. People of Iran look at the departure of the Russian troops from the balcony of their buildings. People stand on both sides of a road. Russian Army vehicles move past. Later scenes show street riots in Iran in 1950. People ride horses during the riots.
Segment from the United Nations Security Council meeting at Hunter College, New York City, United States, on March 27, 1946. At the time, the Soviet Union, with its troops in Iran, and with interest in the governance and autonomy of Azerbaijan, was pushing to postpone discussion of the appeal by Iran that the action of the Soviet Army in Iran was a threat to international peace and security. American statesman James F. Byrnes, Edward R. Stettinius, Soviet diplomat Andrei Gromyko and representatives of the UN Security Council member countries are seen entering the conference room at Hunter College, New York City. The dignitaries seated at a table. Delegates and spectators present. Gromyko, the Soviet representative to the United Nations, speaks in Russian. Other delegates listen, seated behind. A delegate from China speaks. Several delegates raise their hands with questions. U.S. representative James Byrnes demands that the Iranians be given a chance to be heard. The Soviet delegation stands and exits the talks abruptly. Iranian delegate Hossein Ala', Iran's Ambassador to the United States approaches the table and is seated. The delegates listen as Mr. Hossein Ala addresses the council. Mr. Ala urges the council to take action, saying, "Iran views with grave concern any delay in the consideration by the council of the merits of these disputes. For these reasons, on behalf of my government, I request the council to take up these matters at once and reach, without reference to further negotiations, a solution consistent with the principles of the charter."
Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi meeting with Prime Minister Hussein Ala at Saadabad Palace, in northern Tehran, Iran. Large garden by Palace and Elburz mountains in background. The Shah of Iran seats himself in a chair, at a desk. The Prime Minister sits and converses with him. Shah of Iran reads several official documents and annotates one. A paper on the desk is labeled: "US News Report."
U.S. President Richard Nixon visits Tehran, Iran. President Nixon and Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi look out from the rooftop opening of their car in a motorcade. President Nixon, Shah of Iran Pahlavi, the First Lady of the United States Pat Nixon and the wife of the Shah of Iran step from a car at a palace. The children of Shah Pahlavi greet Mr. and Mrs. Nixon upon their arrival. The group poses for pictures. The group enters the palace.