Riots in Japan and President Eisenhower's visit to Manila, Philippines.
Asia Date:1960, June 16 Duration:3 min 49 sec Sound:Yes
Riots in Tokyo, Japan. Communist led student mobs attack and force open the gate of the Parliament. A clash between the police and the mob. The police use high speed water guns to chase away the rioters. U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower's proposed visit to Japan is canceled. An aircraft lands in Manila, Philippines. President Eisenhower disembarks from the aircraft. He is warmly greeted by the people. A 21 gun salute is given in his honor. The President, his son and daughter in law are welcomed by Filipino President Carlos Polístico García. The President's motorcade rolls through the streets escorted by police escorts. People on the sides of streets and on top of buildings to welcome the President. The President gets off a car and is greeted by dignitaries.
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