Propaganda piece about living conditions in China under the Communist regime of Mao Tse-tung, with images photographed by Indians visiting the country. Delegates from all over the world at an international conference. Representatives from Iraq, Canada, Romania, Australia and Pakistan among others. Elderly Chinese revolutionaries pose. Mao Tse-tung's views (according to a narrator): He believes that war in inevitable between capitalist and socialist nations. View of a rally and military parade in China. Explosions during the Korean War in 1951 with Chinese troops in action. Homeless, displaced Tibetan children and families after the Chinese take over in 1959. Indian Army soldiers return after China's attack on India during the Sino-Indian War in 1962. View of Soviet Union Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Map of Asia depicts Chinese aggression towards its neighbors. Explosions during the Chinese aggression in Vietnam and Laos. Mao Tse-tung intent on risking a war with the West.
Soldiers prepare in the battlefield in Laos. Airplane carries the emergency military supplies from the United States in flight. Pilots in the cockpit. The airplane lands and the soldiers unload the supplies from the plane. The supplies being loaded onto the truck. The soldiers walk on the field with artillery. They hide behind the trees and bushes.
U.S. and Laos leaders meet for discussions on formation of a coalition government in Laos. Map of Laos. Plane comes cargo being unloaded from the plane. U.S. President John F. Kennedy meets Chairman of the council of Ministers of the USSR Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev in Vienna, Austria. Prince Souvanna Phouma of Laos disembark. He goes away in a car. Communist head of Laos comes and journalists interview him. The Laos Right Wing Military Chief being interviewed in Laos. Officials confer in a meeting.
Prince Souvanna Phouma, Premier of Laos, visits outpost in Thakhet, Laos. He walks from his car, accompanied by a group of Laotian military officers, and salutes contingent of soldiers lined up to greet him. The Prince, dressed in a business suit, with tie, carries a derby hat and cane, and smokes a pipe. He and his entourage enter a rustic building, where he is briefed by an officer using a large wall map. Laotian soldiers sit on armored vehicles, under shade trees. Group of tribesmen sit on ground, in shade. American military advisor examines captured weapons. Souvanna Phouma, wearing derby hat, converses outdoors, with Laotian soldier, wearing beret. He and entourage observe artillery firing demonstration. Laotian troops stand around a mortar.
Launch of the National Foundation's expanded 1959 Program for Victories Beyond Polio in New York. Children suffering from Polio,Arthritic disease and birth disease at the launch of National Foundation's expanded 1959 Program. They move on crutches and wheel chair. Women stand behind them. Women hold posters.
Newsreel clip on baseball's July 7, 1959 All-Star Game -- the first of two games played that year. Clip opens with view of the 35,000 fans jammed into PIttsburgh's Forbes Field for the daytime game. With score tied 1-1 in the seventh inning, the Chicago Cubs' Ernie Banks (seen in brief closeup) hits a long drive off the left field wall, runs into second for a double. Milwaukee's Del Crandall then singles to score Banks and give the National League a 2-1 lead. Fans stand and cheer as the Pittsburgh Pirates' Bill Mazeroski comes to bat. Mazeroski gets hit to left field to score Crandall. In the eighth inning, the Chicago White Sox' Nellie Fox gets a single to ignite a rally. The Baltimore Orioles Gus Triandos hits a double to put American League in front 4-3. But in the bottom of the eighth, hits by Ken Boyer and Hank Aaron tie the game. Then Willie Mays (seen in closeup) hits a long drive just beyond the reach of the center fielder. Forbes Field's ivy-covered outfield wall seen in the shot. Mays' triple scores Aaron to put National League on top 5-4. Brief view of the scoreboard. In the ninth inning, Harvey Kuenn pops up to the end the game.