U.S. President Richard Nixon visits Guam and Manila in the Philippines. President Nixon travels in an army jeep along a road. President Nixon and Guam officials walk past troops lined up at an airport. The First Lady of the United States Pat Nixon descends from Presidential aircraft and walks with President Nixon. A crowd gathered to welcome President Nixon. President Nixon delivers a speech. Filipino officials, troops and crowd at Manila International Airport to welcome President Nixon. Filipino President Ferdinand Marcos greets President Nixon and Mrs. Nixon. President Nixon and Filipino officials walk past troops.
U.S. President Richard Nixon in Manila, Philippines before taking off for Djakarta, Indonesia . A crowd behind a sign that reads 'Bon Voyage Pres & Mrs Nixon'. U.S. officials walk past troops lined up. President Nixon walks with Filipino President Ferdinand Marcos followed by the First Lady of the United States Pat Nixon and the wife of Marcos. President Nixon and Mrs. Nixon arrive near an aircraft at Manila International Airport where they are greeted by Marcos' daughters Imee and Irene. A band plays in honor of President Nixon.
A film depicts Japanese invasion and occupation of the Philippine Islands during World War II. Japanese Army parades in victory through Manila. Japanese troops holding the Japanese flag parade. A band plays music. The troops march. Filipino policewomen march. Japanese Military Commander of the Philippines General Masaharu Homma sits on a reviewing stand holding a samurai sword and reviews the parade. Students of different departments of the University of the Philippines parade. A banner reads 'Manila Department Store'. Philippines General Hospital personnel, Thai and Indian students, University of Philippines students, and, members of Manila's German , Italian and Japanese community march by in review. Homma seated with officials. Homma speaks into a microphone. The Japanese flag is raised. Men on a platform take pictures. A crowd cheers and releases balloons. Aircraft in flight.
Production of Manila Hemp, also known as Manilla, in Davao, Philippines during World War II. A farm of Manila Hemp (the plant is actually the abacá plant or Musa textilis, a relative of the banana, then frequently used to make "Manila Rope". But the colloquial name for it at the time was Manila Hemp). Farmers cutting, stripping and drying Manila Hemp. A Japanese officer on the farm supervising. Manila Hemp loaded on a cart and taken to a shipping yard for shipping.
U.S. President Richard Nixon visits Manila, Philippines. Trucks loaded with men move. President Nixon's motorcade moves ahead. A sign reads 'Landing on Moon'. Flag waving children lined up along a street. President Nixon walks through a cheering crowd. President Nixon and the First Lady of the United States Pat Nixon with others at Malacanang Palace.
U.S. President Richard Nixon visits Manila, Philippines. Malacanang Palace as seen from the Pasig River. Boats sailing on river. Interiors of Malcanang Palace shows Filipino President Ferdinand Marcos delivering a speech from a podium. He shakes hands with President Nixon. President Nixon speaks from the podium.