The Voice of America broadcasts President's speech and the USIS 'Atoms for Peace' exhibits all over the world.
United States USA Date:1956 Duration:7 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
President of USIA addresses about atomic dilemma . Operators note down readings. Time of Honolulu, New York, London, Moscow, Calcutta, Bangkok and Tokyo displayed. The Voice of America broadcasts program in different languages by announcers. Family listens presidents speech on radio. People work of typing, printing, and translating. USIA motion pictures service prepare newsreel of president's speech. A man watch air mail of USIA films. Building of USIA embassy. A guard standing outside the building. Public Affairs Officer meets to ambassador. USIA members seated around table for meeting .People seated in library and read books. USIA create pamphlets in many languages. People read books and a man read USIA pamphlet of 'Atomic Power for Peace' in library.
Two officials watch design and construction plan on paper. Workers do construction work. Workers prepare exhibits. People go to watch exhibit. Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru comes to visit the exhibits. People watch latest techniques in Japan. Mobile units carries the exhibits to smaller town. People watch mobile unit. Latest techniques displayed. USIA shows film. Transmitting techniques.
Large crowd. An Official speaks about Russian propaganda and atoms for peace.
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