President Lyndon Johnson gives a speech on peace in Middle East at a state dinner at the White House in Washington D.C.,United States. He urges the leaders of the Middle East to talk about issues of tension so as to establish peace in the region.President Lyndon Johnson gives a speech on peace in Middle East at a state dinner at the White House in Washington D.C.,United States. He urges the leaders of the Middle East to talk about issues of tension so as to establish peace in the region.
Discussions on the Middle East crisis in the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York. Soviet Prime Minister Alexey Kosygin arrives by an airplane. He climbs down the stairs. His daughter Liudmila Gvishiani at the airport with her husband Dzherman Gvishiani. Kosygin speaks in the General Assembly of the United Nations about the Middle East and condemns the U.S. for allegedly encouraging Israel. U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson meets Australian Prime Minister Harold Edward Holt and his wife Zara Kate Dickens. He talks about the Middle East crisis days after the Six-day war, and urges Israeli-Arab negotiation with world cooperation. In the old city of Jerusalem, the dividing wall separating Jewish and Arab sections of the Holy City is demolished by bulldozers and religious orthodox Jews in a pilgrimage flock to the Wailing Wall or Western Wall.
British armor on parade. Tanks at a parade in Middle East. British 9th Armored Brigade tanks. Officers review a parade.
An animated film shows cartoon character Private Snafu. Improvident and extravagant Private Snafu does not invest in a house because of his failure to save. Private Snafu in the Middle East. He does not invest in house. Private Snafu is lured into a shop. Technical Fairy, First Class sits on a sign. The sign reads 'Savings'. Private Snafu in the Caribbean. He is drawn towards a beer shop and does not invest in a home. He leaves Technical Fairy, First Class. Private Snafu in the Arctic. A sign reads 'Positively your last chance'. He does not invest in a house. Private Snafu gambles and loses his money. A sign reads 'No Dollars, no sense'.
Allied leaders at conferences in the Middle East during World War II. Aerial views of pyramids in Cairo, Egypt. U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Chinese Premier Chiang Kai-Shek and his wife Madame Chiang Kai-shek seated during the Cairo Conference. Allied officers stand behind the seated leaders. Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin, President Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill at the Tehran Conference in Tehran, Iran. Churchill's daughter Sarah, an officer in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force, is introduced to Premier Stalin by President Roosevelt. British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union William Averell Harriman and Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov stand behind the Big Three with other officials. During a ceremony, Winston Churchill presents the Sword of Stalingrad to Premier Stalin which he accepts on behalf of Russian people. U.S. Army Chief of Staff General George Marshall present.
Office of Strategic Services officers on a mission in the Middle East during World War II. Headquarter buildings in Cairo, Egypt. Security Officer Major Keep; Chief of Mission Lieutenant Colonel Toulmin ; Services Chief Major Johnson and Security Officer Lieutenant Colonel West climb down the steps of the headquarter building. In charge Maps and Target Section Lieutenant Stamepdos looks at maps for information concerning enemy installations.