Americans are evacuated and President Johnson calls for marines support during the Dominican Revolt in the Dominican Republic.
Dominican Republic Date:1965, May 3 Duration:2 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
The Dominican Revolt in the Dominican Republic. A truck loaded with civilians drives on a street. The civilians on the streets. The civilians outside a building gate trying to enter and guards control them. U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson speaks into a microphone. He speaks and orders marines into the country to protect the Americans and others. The Americans are evacuated. The Americans board a ship. A close up of an American boy. U.S. troops including U.S. 82nd Airborne Division arrive. U.S. troops carrying guns cross a street. The troops climb up a building. A tank moves on a road. U.S. troops on tanks driving on the road.
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