Activities of the United States Army in South Vietnam during the Battle of Khe Sanh of the Vietnam War. U.S. Army General William C. Westmoreland arrives at a battlefield. He discusses with a group of soldiers. He sits in a helicopter and the helicopter takes off. He comes out of the helicopter and arrives at a battlefield in a jeep. He stands on the jeep and addresses the troops.
Activities of South Vietnamese soldiers in Saigon, South Vietnam during the Tet Offensive of the Vietnam War. Soldiers carry a wounded on a stretcher in a building. Soldiers hiding behind a wall fire rifles. Buildings and trees in the area. Soldiers on a military vehicle drive along a street. A wrecked vehicle and dead bodies of soldiers on the street. The soldiers carry casualties and load them onto a vehicle.
Activities of people and soldiers at the Navy Department in the United States. Exterior of a building. 'Navy Department' written on the building. A crowd enters the building. Buses and other vehicles drive past along a street. 'War Department' written on a building. Soldiers stand outside the building. Soldiers and marines near a truck. Soldiers in front of the Munitions Department. Women come out of the building. Armed guards stand outside a building.
During the blitz period in the Battle of Britain, British citizens gather around a German aircraft on display in a town square. The damaged, captured German aircraft parked on the ground. People gather near the aircraft. Buildings in the background. A soldier views parts of the aircraft. The wrecked nose section of the aircraft. A girl stands near the aircraft with a jar. A man drops a contribution in the jar, presumably money for the war effort.
The smoldering Palacio del Infantado in Guadalajara, Spain. It is partially destroyed and still burning from bombing and fire during the Spanish Civil War. Damaged arches and carvings of the palace. Smoke rises from the ground. Debris and rubble inside the building. Carvings on the walls. Piles of debris and burning logs. A stone inscription on the wall dated 20 April, 1914, declaring the Palacio to be a National Monument. Damage in the cemetery next to the palace building.
Arrival of British Commissioners to the War Council in Washington DC. Union Station decorated with Allies colors in honor of their arrival. United States Secretary of States Robert Lansing welcomes British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour and other British Commissioners. The party accompanied by military escort proceeds to Breckenridge Long's home which will be occupied by Arthur Balfour. British Commissioners leave the State Department building to meet U.S. President Woodrow Wilson.