UN General Assembly approves an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge II, and French ambassador, Henri Hoppenot,speaking. Finn Moe, of Norway, speaking. View of the city of Kjeller,Norway. Flags of Norway and the Netherlandsat joint atomic laboratory. Scientists with various pieces of scientific equipmentinside the facility. Indian ambassador, Krishna Menon, speaking at the United Nations. Atomic laboratory and a Government Teachers' Training College,in India.Indian scientists in a laboratory. Indian lecturer speaks to students.Brazil's Professor Ernesto Leme, speaksat the UN.The city of Sao Paulo, Brazil.The University of Sao Paulo. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Center for Physical Research. Clock tower of Brazil Central Station in Rio. Sutan Sjahrir,of Indonesia at the United Nations. An animated map shows nations interested in atomic energy. The UN Headquarters building on the East River in New York. A person looking through a microscope.Foreign scientists attending indoctrination courses at the U.S. Argonne National Laboratory. Diplomats sign agreement between the U.S. and Philippines on nuclear research(July 27, 1955).Views of Geneva Switzerland;the Palace of Nations; and Indian nuclear physicist, Homi Jehangir Bhabha, presiding over conference of scientists from 73 nations, including, inter alia, John Cockcroft, of Great Britain; Otto Hahn, of Germany; Willard Libby, of the U.S.A.;. Vladimir Vexler, of the Soviet Union; and Niels Bohr, of Denmark.President Dwight Eisenhower views swimming pool reactor, while visiting the exhibit hall.
Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi visits United States for better understanding and friendship between the two countries. Prime Minister Gandhi delivers a speech about friendship and understanding in Washington D.C. U.S. President Ronald Wilson Reagan welcomes the Prime Minister Gandhi and gives speech about better understanding between two countries. Animated chart shows that Prime Minister Gandhi starts her visit from New York on 27 July. Prime Minister Gandhi arrives at New York to improve Indian-American relations. She presents a gift "Sculpture of Surya" to United Nations symbolizing a sense of law, virtues and ritual behavior. Photographers take photos. Prime Minister Gandhi delivers a speech that 'May Surya light and strengthen your way'. United Nations Secretary General thanks for wishes and gift given by her. Prime Minister Gandhi arrives at Washington. She disembarks from the plane and being greeted by U.S. ambassador. U.S. President Reagan and Indian Prime Minister Gandhi meet. Official welcome ceremony on morning after her arrival at the White House in Washington D.C. U.S. President Reagan and Mrs Reagan come out the White House. A car arrives at the White House. Miniature flag of India and United States on car. Indian Prime Minister Gandhi gets off from the car. U.S. President Reagan and Mrs Reagan greet her. Mrs. Gandhi being greeted by U.S. officials and dignitaries. Troops stand in attention and National anthem of India being played. Flags of India and United States on White House grounds. U.S. people stand on White House grounds as they show respect towards national anthem of India.
A documentary titled 'America salutes Algerian Independence' depicts independence celebrations in Algeria and its admission into the United Nations. A huge crowd of people in the streets of Algeria to celebrate their independence. The Algerian flag is waved. Soldiers march. People with the Algerian flags. The Algerian flag is raised in a ceremony. Soldiers stand at attention. The United Nations Headquarters in New York City in the United States. Flags of the member nations flutter. Algerian Prime Minister Mohamed Ahmed Ben Bella is greeted by UN Secretary General U Thant, Guinean President Ahmed Sekou Toure and President of the UN General Assembly Muhammad Zafrulla Khan. The Algerian flag is unfurled and it flutters among the flags of other member nations. Algerian war victims present at the ceremony. In the UNO, the full body of the General Assembly gives a standing ovation to Algeria as it joins the UNO. Algerian delegates seated. A map of Africa with the focus on Algeria. The capital city of Algiers. Ships at the harbor in Algiers. People in a market place. Minarets of Jeema Kebir Mosque . The National Museum houses things of art and craft such as brocade garments, rugs, specimens of metal work and jewelery.
Representatives of different nations at Plenary Session of United Nations General Assembly in Lake Success, New York, United States. John Foster Dulles, United States representative, addresses the representatives of member nations. Flags of various nations in the background. Room is crowded with observers and staff members. Events photographed and recorded from booth at back of room.
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 prior to the fourth Kennedy-Nixon presidential debate. Senator Kennedy says he agrees with the policy of Eisenhower's administration on Formosa Straits. He speaks about Communist influence of Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro on Latin Americans which is becoming a threat for the United States. Kennedy also mentions Communist Russians broadcasting ten times as many programs in Spanish to Latin America as the United States does. He talks about technical assistance given to Africa by the United States. He speaks about future of increasing communist influence in world. Kennedy mentions Liberia and the Union of South Africa who voted with America on the question of admission of Red China in the United Nations. Senator Kennedy speaks about Communist influence increasing in the world and relates to it by saying that there are six counties in Africa that are members of the United Nations and there is not a single American diplomatic representative in any of these six. He further speaks about military progress of Communist nations.
San Francisco streets, people standing. Representatives of nations signing the United Nations Charter during the San Francisco conference. U.S. President Harry S. Truman addressing the General Assembly. Views of United Nations flags fluttering in San Francisco, California.