Tidal waves lash the coast near San Sebastian in Spain. People flee for their lives. Scene of devastated buildings. Crumpled walls.
Spanish Guerillas board a truck. Spanish Republican troops advance with artillery towed by bullock carts. Soldiers cross a small bridge. They advance uphill. Republican soldiers fire artillery in San Sebastian. Rain is falling and ground is wet. Water pooled in the streets. A line of guerillas fire rifles from a ditch. A building damaged by artillery. A soldier inside the building with a rifle in hand. Rebels resting in front of a building in Ciprian, Spain. A wooden case of Mauser rifles is nearby. Several Government soldiers pose by a truck containing a field artillery piece. Rebels in a truck. Rebels winding their way into the hills and treating a wounded comrade during the Spanish Civil War.
Spanish Civil War. Forces of Spanish Republic fight hard to keep a territory under their control. Soldiers fire and cavalry units march forward towards the enemy. Shells burst on the shore. Destroyed building of a maternity hospital. Women handle guns and rifles. Men clean guns. Women try to aim and fire guns.
Various buildings of Rome, Italy. Sign reads 'Aeroporto Ciapino Ovest'. Traffic along road. Old Roman viaduct on outskirts of Rome. Porta San Sebastian showing gateway to old Rome. Terme Caracalla and traffic in the foreground. Colosseum with traffic in the foreground.
Signing of the Treaty of San Francisco by the Allied Powers and Japan, September 8, 1951 in San Francisco, California. Secretary of State, Dean Rusk is seen shaking hands with Japanese Foreign Minister Okazaki Katsuo, in 1952. American troops remaining in Japan engage in training for Defense. They practice assaults from small boats, charge overland, simulate fighting in empty industrial sites. Flag of Japan being raised while Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida and officials stand at attention and American officers
salute. American troops in formation salute. Japanese troops march in parade.
People attend the Circuit de L' Quest. Alfred LeBlanc is the winner of the race. Leblanc lands aircraft and personnel run out to meet him. LeBlanc congratulated. Jules Vedrines is the winner of the Paris-Madrid race. Jules Vedrines lands at San Sebastian completing the second of three legs in the race to Madrid in 1911. Jules Vedrines alights the plane. View of Andre Beaumont (really Jean Louis Conneau but better known as André Beaumont), winner of the first European Circuit Air race in 1911. André Beaumont smiles from the cockpit of his airplane. Female aviator (aviatrix) Helene Dutrieu (Hélène Dutrieu) seated in cockpit of a Santos-Dumont designed Demoiselle. View of the first multi-passenger aircraft built, the Albessard tandem monoplane.