USIA operations like radio broadcast, press edition and Director Steinberg explains mission to a committee in U.S.
United States USA Date:1956 Duration:4 min 48 sec Sound:Yes
Radio operators operate radio station and set the frequencies. People work on gathering additional facts, editing motion pictures, typing, printing at USIA. Building of United States Information Service. People comes out from the building of USIS. Members of a Citizens Committee and Director Streibert enter into the room. Map of world in room. Citizens seated on sofa. Director Streibert explains U.S.I.A.I.S.'s mission to a citizens' committee and talks about to tell America's history to the world. One Citizen Committee member smokes a pipe. He shows a chart of communist propaganda and explains (via reverse propaganda...during Cold War) its mechanism about presidium of Soviet communist party. Soviet Union salute. Large crowd. Communist leader Khrushchev with other officials debarks and meets people. He speaks and watches cultural activities. Motion pictures,magazines, pamphlets and books distributed as propaganda by Soviet Union. High production quality of paper shown. Industrials equipment displayed. Director Streibert ends the explanation of mechanism by giving pamphlet of 'Atomic Power for Peace' ( The Eisenhower plan) to citizen of committee.
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