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Progress of the Castro-led July 26th, 1953 revolution in Cuba

Moncada army barracks near Santiago de Cuba, immediately following the unsuccessful attack by Castro-led revolutionaries, on July 26, 1953. Soldiers in the yard of the installation. Cuban military commander and soldiers talking with officials. A bullet-riddled vehicle and many dead revolutionaries. Armed soldiers sitting on the veranda of the barracks.Fulgencio Batista visiting and viewing the captured materials of the revolutionaries.Frank Pais sitting with associate. Marker at street intersection in Santiago de Cuba reads: "Ave 7A and Calle 20." Revolutionary safe house at that location is shown. posters being prepared containing pictures of Revolutionary National Action group posing with the Cuban national flag. Frank País being interviewed. Newspapers announce the death of Salas Cañizares. Large crowd seen at his funeral.Parts of the United states and Mexico are marked on maps showing where Castro's revolution was finding support in funds and supplies. yankee Stadium in New York City is seen being papered with pamphlets. A patrol craft docked, bearing number: "GC 106." People visiting a cemetery with new graves marked with temporary wooden markers. Revolutionaries in the mountains.Fidel Castro getting a haircut and firing a pistol outdoors. Woman sews insignia of july 26th on a uniform.

Date: 1953
Duration: 4 min 4 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: Spanish
 
 
Crew unloads equipment from B-36 peacemaker at Walker Air Force Base in New Mexico, United States.

Gear of B-36 peacemaker lowered as plane lets down for landing. Crew unloads equipment from Strategic Air Command (SAC) B-36, into a waiting truck.

Date: 1953, October 29
Duration: 57 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Official buildings in Walker Air Force Base in New Mexico, United States of America.

An office building, a sign in front of building 'Headquarters 6th Bomb Wing (H)'. Other official building, sign on same 'Base Operations' other sign depicting "47th Air Division".

Date: 1953, October 29
Duration: 1 min 10 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Crew preparing for flight and Convair B-36 takes off from Walker Air Force Base, New Mexico in United States of America.

A truck hauling crew to Convair B-36, crew unload supply from truck and carries it to plane. Convair B-36 in background. Crew prepares for preflight inspection. Brigadier General Cosgrove and a Lieutenant Colonel Lyle Walker in discussion near planes. Men inspect each others parachutes. General Cosgrove inspects crew. Double row of B-36s, plane taxiing and then takes off from Walker Air Force Base. Master Sergeant Richard Cline seated in greenhouse of Convair B-36 in flight.

Date: 1953, October 23
Duration: 2 min 53 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: None
 
 
Scenes during Mexican revolution, in 1913, along the U.S. Mexican border

U.S. soldier with shouldered rifle stands guard beside the Rio Grande river, separating the United States from Mexico, in 1913. A dog stands next to him. The river is rushing in the background. View of extensive stakes and barbed wire lining the U.S.Mexico border. U.S. soldiers perform changing of the guard at a checkpoint on the U.S. side of the border between the U.S. and Mexico. Two new American sentries replace those being relieved. Signs on the fence identify the respective country boundaries. Mexican refugees (mostly women and children) flee the revolutionary combat taking place in Mexico. U.S. soldiers monitor as they cross into the United States, and direct some passing inside a trench manned by American soldiers along the border. Scene shifts to an official looking building guarded by U.S. soldiers. Several Mexican men, including Pancho Villa leave the building, accompanied by two or more Americans. (One American, wearing glasses , and carrying a cane. is dressed in a white suit, and wears a bow tie and Edwardian style summer straw hat. Next, Pancho Villa is seen with a number of his soldiers. A group of Mexican men relaxing at a shaded table near rustic structures. Large cacti frame the foreground, where a girl is walking toward them. Closeup of the men gathered around the table.

Date: 1913
Duration: 1 min 10 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Vice President Nixon gives his closing statement during the fourth presidential election debate held in New York, U.S.

The fourth presidential election debate held between Democratic nominee Senator John F. Kennedy and Republican nominee U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon in New York, United States on 21st October 1960. ABC news correspondent Quincy Howe speaks during the debate and asks Vice President Richard Nixon to give his closing statement. Vice President Nixon opposes Senator Kennedy's statement that American is standing still. He says more houses and classrooms have been built, there has been a progress in civil rights and progress in field of slum clearance in Eisenhower's Administration which is more than in the previous administration. He says the United States should extend freedom to the world. He says that there were eleven dictators in Latin America in 1953 and now there are only 3 left. Nixon also talks about free government in Africa. He says that America will move ahead with the kind of leadership that we can provide in these years ahead. Correspondent Quincy speaks. He says that the opening statements by both candidates ran eight minutes each. The closing statements ran four minutes, thirty seconds. The order of speaking was reversed from their first joint appearance, when they followed the same procedure. A panel of newsmen questioned each candidate alternately. The first discussion dealt only with domestic policy. This one dealt only with foreign policy. As members of a new political generation, Vice President Nixon and Senator Kennedy have used new means of communication to pioneer a new type of political debate.

Date: 1960
Duration: 6 min 3 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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