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    The Cummington Story

    This dramatized film by the United States Information Service depicts the integration of World War II refugees into the small town of Cummington, Massachusetts. The film was an effort by…

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    Japanese Surrender Signing on Missouri

    67 years ago on September 2, 1945, the Japanese formally surrendered to the Allies aboard the USS Missouri, anchored in Tokyo Bay, officially ending World War Two. This is a three minute…

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    The Berlin Air-Lift: The Story of a Great Achievement

    The Berlin Airlift of 1948-49 involved more than 250,000 flights carrying food and supplies into West Berlin, after the Soviet Union cut off road and rail corridors on June 24, 1948. The…

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    Dwight D. Eisenhower Campaign Announcement

    General Dwight D. Eisenhower (Retired) kicked off his presidential campaign from his hometown of Abilene, Kansas. At the start of 1952, General Eisenhower was still in the military, serving as NATO Supreme Allied…

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    Who Are the People of America?

    This 1953 Coronet educational film describes and celebrates the ethnic diversity of the United States and the history of immigration.

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    The Power to Serve

    This 1956 Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company promotional film argues that the electric company makes Cleveland the “best location in the nation.” The film is introduced by Elmer…

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    1960 Presidential Primary Debate

    Senators John F. Kennedy (D-MA) and Hubert Humphrey (D-MN) participated in the 1960 West Virginia Democratic primary debate. This was only the second televised presidential primary debate…

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    JFK White House Tapes, Cuban Missile Crisis

    President Kennedy taped many of his White House conversations. In this October 18, 1962 recording, he dictates an account of the debates among his top advisors in the midst of the Cuban…

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    President Kennedy's Final Address to the United Nations General Assembly

    President Kennedy spoke before the United Nations General Assembly, for what would be his last address to that body, on September 20th, 1963. The president noted that the delegates were meeting…

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    1964 Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Campaign Ad

    A political ad from President Lyndon Johnson’s 1964 presidential re-election campaign was shown. The ad criticized Senator Barry Goldwater’s (R-AZ).

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    1964 Barry Goldwater Presidential Campaign Ad

    A political ad from Senator Barry Goldwater’s R-AZ) 1964 presidential campaign was shown. The ad criticized President Lyndon Johnson’s policies toward Cuba.

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    The Ordeal of Con Thien

    On Sunday, October 1, 1967, CBS News aired a Special Report titled “The Ordeal of Con Thien” about an ongoing battle in the Vietnam War. CBS News correspondent Mike Wallace hosted the…

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    On the Case

    This film documents the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, which was organized by Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference to shift the focus of the civil…

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    The Soldier's Christmas

    “The Soldier’s Christmas” is a film produced in 1968 by the U.S. Army. It shows Army troops stationed around the world during the Christmas season. It included music by the United States Army Band and…

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    The Treasury Story

    The United States Department of the Treasury was founded on September 2, 1789, and President George Washington named Alexander Hamilton as the first secretary. The history and varied…

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    Ladies Wear the Blue

    “Ladies Wear the Blue” is a U.S. Navy documentary and recruitment film tracing the history of women in the Navy from 1917 to 1974. It features an interview with World War I and World War II…

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    Conversation on Women's Rights

    The National Commission on the Observance of International Women’s Year 1975 sponsored this conversation with Rep. Martha Griffith (D-Michigan), Rep. Patsy Mink (D-Hawaii) and Wendy Ross of the U.S. Information Service.…

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    Shooting for Survival

    Shooting for Survival is a 1975 FBI police training film detailing procedures and techniques for confronting and arresting armed suspects. The film uses dramatizations and scenes recorded…

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    Shotgun or Sidearm?

    Shotgun or Sidearm? is a training film produced by the Pasadena, California, Police Department showing the unpredictable and dangerous nature of firing shotguns at suspects in public. Using…

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    Heritage Tape #2

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