Vice President and Mrs. Richard Nixon's unscheduled arrival by train in London, United Kingdom. Londoners greet them and photographers take pictures. Mrs. Nixon participates in the dedication ceremony of the new American Memorial Chapel of St. Paul's Cathedral. Interiors of St. Paul's Cathedral.
Arrival of Lord Mountbatten at Naval Air Station (NAS) at Anacostia, Washington D.C. A color bearer; Navy honor guard and color guard in the background prior to arrival of the Admiral of the Fleet The Earl Mountbatten of Burma, KG, The First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff of Great Britain. Lord Mountbatten walks down the ramp and passes through the side boys. He is followed by Royal Navy Naval Assistant Captain L. D. Empson. U.S. Navy Admiral Arleigh A. Burke greets Lord Mountbatten. Lord Mountbatten stands next to an aircraft. He salutes during a 17 gun salute. Admiral Burke; Admiral Sir Michael Denny, United Kingdom Representative to NATO, Military Committee in Permanent Session, Member NATO Standing Group; Vice Admiral Jeffrey Thistleton Smith, RN, Admiral British Joint Services Mission; and Commodore D. G. Goodwin, RN Naval Attache, stand in ranks at attention. Lord Mountbatten inspects Marine honor guard. He and Rear Admiral H. D. Baker, USN, Commandant, PRNC, walk back to receiving line. Admiral Burke and Lord Mountbatten converse. Long line of flag bearers stand behind Marine honor guard. Color guard marches past aircraft.
The government crashes in the United Kingdom. In Ballater, Scotland : King George V of the United Kingdom reviews honor guard. The King drives away in a car. In London, England : United Kingdom Prime Minister James Ramsay MacDonald with his Labour party members and leaders of the Conservatives liberals to form his cabinet.
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Lloyd George arrives at Downing Street in London, England during World War I. United Kingdom Prime Minister David Lloyd George gets off from a car. People crowd on the street. British Union Leader Arthur Henderson gets off from a car. People stand in the background. Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Arthur James Balfour in a car. A man opens a door of the car. The former Prime Minister gets out from the car.
Restrospective of the 1954 search for a suitable site for U.S. Air Force testing of ballistic missiles. Coastal area with ocean in the background. Officials look over charts, maps, photographs as they select the site for Vandenberg Air Force Base. In January, 1958, view of building with a sign that reads ' Headquarters, First Missile Division, Strategic Air Command, Vandenberg Air Force Base' Entrance of the headquarters as Major General David Wade walks out. U.S. Air Force officers and airmen attend missile training classes. Airmen work on assembly of Thor missiles . U.S. Air Force officers and airmen operate missile launch consoles in a launch control center. November, 1958, Thor intermediate range missile on a trailer being delivered to Vandenberg Air Force Base. Trailer backs up to the launch pad. December, 16, 1958, the Thor missile on launch pad venting gases. U.S. Air Forces officers at a launch console. The Thor missile is launched. RAF airmen watch missile in flight.
United Kingdom Prime Minister Clement Richard Attlee addresses the United States Congress in Washington DC. Prime Minister Attlee speaks of the problems confronted by Britain and the United States. He talks about the United States being a super power and yet not misusing its power. He states that a common man should feel secure and peace is a moral progress. Congressmen applaud after Attlee's speech. United States President Harry Truman and United Kingdom Prime Minister Attlee in a meeting discussing atomic energy. They pose for a photograph with other officials.