Britain's Queen Elizabeth II arrives in Jamaica, British West Indies. The Queen disembarks from an airplane at an air base. People gather at the air base to greet her. Officials and dignitaries welcome the Queen. Soldiers stand at attention and welcome the Queen. The Queen's car drives past on the streets.
The airport at Montego, with crowd awaiting arrival of Queen Elizabeth II. A sign : 'Welcome to the West Indies'. A British Overseas Airways Corporation Boeing Stratocruiser aircraft, flying a Royal pennant, taxis onto the ramp in front of the terminal. The Queen descends the stairs from the airplane, followed by Prince Philip. The Queen reviews the Jamaican troops with the officers. She and Prince Philip greet the crew of their airplane. The Queen engages in ceremonial and social formalities with the officials of Jamaica.
Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, and Prince Philip, visiting Montego in the British West Indies. The queen is being welcomed by an official. Prince Philip joins them. A Boeing Stratocruiser airliner in the background. A sign : 'Welcome to the West Indies' is displayed on the airport terminal building. A large crowd gathers to welcome. People stand and applaud. A motorcade moves along a road. A reception line is setup at the airport . The Queen greets crew members on the airport ramp, in front of the airliner,
Jamaica attains independence. Princess Margaret and her husband, Earl of Snowden arrive to attend the ceremony to mark the independence of Jamaica. They are greeted by Prime Minister Alexander Bustamante and other officials at the airport. As the motorcade carrying Princess and her husband moves down a road crowds cheer them. People celebrate the attainment of independence. National flag being hoisted at midnight. Prime Minister Bustamante. A flag lit up. Power being transferred at a ceremony in the presence of Princess Margaret and her husband and Prime Minister Bustamante.
Anniversary of East German Revolt against Soviets in 1953. West Berliners including Mayor Willy Brandt and Chancellor Ludwig Erhard at the memorials of those who died in East German Revolt against Soviets in 1953. Flowers on memorials. More than 200 memorial services recall day of revolt in 1953. Chancellor Erhard leads 75,000 people in a rally before the Town Hall. Freedom torch is lit by a man.
A Doctor performs an operation on a patient in an Operating room in Jamaica. Several equipment lie on a table. A tray carrying cotton and several other trays seen on a table.