U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower signs the Joint Resolution on the Middle East in Washington DC. Interiors of the White House shows President Dwight Eisenhower signing the Joint Resolution on the Middle East dated 9th March, 1957. The document shows signature of Sam Rayburn, Speaker of the House of Representatives. It is countersigned by Carl Hayden. Under his signature, the typed words," Vice President of the United States" have been lined through, leaving President of the Senate, over which Hayden presided, as President pro tem, in the absence of Vice President Nixon, who was traveling, at the time. President Eisenhower wrote "approved" and signed the document.
A film titled '85th Congress' shows United States Capitol in Washington D.C.,United States. President Dwight D. Eisenhower addresses the newly assembled 85th Congress in a joint session. During his speech he outlines the policy to meet Russian threat in the Middle East by providing economic aid to these countries.
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.
President Nasser of Egypt, bids farewell to President Shukri al-Quwatli, of Syria. They walk past an honor guard at Cairo airport. Other dignitaries stand behind them. President Quwalti boards an airplane. Jordan's ambassador to Egypt, Abdul Al Rafael, arrives in Jordan after being recalled from Cairo, by his government. King Saud of Saudi Arabia and King Hussein of Jordan, stand in a reviewing stand, under a canopy, King Hussein in Air Force uniform, salutes. They watch a display of horsmanship by Arab cavalry. King Saud presents King Hussein the gift of an Arabian steed.
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.