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  • emMemphis Belle  A Story of a Flying Fortressem
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    Memphis Belle - A Story of a Flying Fortress

    Created for the Office of War Information by director William Wyler and a crew of photographers, this film documents several missions of the Memphis Belle B-17 bomber in 1943. In May of…

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  • CBS News Documentary on Robert F Kennedy
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    Robert F. Kennedy, 1925-1968

    This CBS News special report covers the life and assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-New York) who was shot and killed at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles after winning the…

    307 views
  • President Reagan Radio Address on Free and Fair Trade  1988
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    President Reagan Radio Address on Free and Fair Trade - 1988

    June 11, 1988 President Ronald Reagan Radio Address on Free and Fair Trade.

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  • USSoviet Moscow Summit Compilation
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    U.S.-Soviet Moscow Summit Compilation

    President Ronald Reagan met with General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev in Moscow May 29-June 2, 1988. This compilation includes the arrival of President Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan, a…

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  • President Reagan Radio Address on 1988 Moscow Summit
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    President Reagan Radio Address on 1988 Moscow Summit

    This is a video recording of President Reagan’s radio address after returning to the White House from the 1988 Moscow Summit with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. The U.S.-Soviet Summit finalized…

    37 views
  • Graves Registration Service US Army Silent Film
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    Graves Registration Service U.S. Army Silent Film

    Historian Mitchell Yockelson and French World War I battlefield guide Guillaume Moizan provided commentary for several silent U.S. Army Signal Corps films recorded shortly after the end of…

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  • ChateauThierry Sector US Army Silent Film
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    Chateau-Thierry Sector U.S. Army Silent Film

    Historian Mitchell Yockelson and French World War I battlefield guide Guillaume Moizan provided commentary for silent U.S. Army Signal Corps films from 1918. Restored by the National…

    213 views
  • emGenerations Apart A Profile of Dissentem
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    Generations Apart, A Profile of Dissent

    This CBS broadcast from May 27,1969 focuses on youth and their parents in the Boulder, Colorado area and explores their opinions about the Vietnam War, the generation gap, racial tensions,…

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  • emColumbia Revoltem
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    Columbia Revolt

    On April 23, 1968, several hundred Columbia University students gathered to protest the Vietnam War and the university’s plan to build a gym on a public park. After tearing down a construction…

    96 views
  • emNuclear Attack Preparedness Procedures Survive to Fightem
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    Nuclear Attack Preparedness Procedures, Survive to Fight

    This 1968 U.S. Air Force training film dramatizes activities at a military base following a nuclear attack. This Cold War film outlines procedures for assessing damage, stabilizing and…

    134 views
  • emBiological Testing of Civilian Protective Masksem
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    Biological Testing of Civilian Protective Masks

    This film documents testing of biological attack protective masks on children of military service members. The tests are conducted at the U.S. Army’s Munitions Command at Edgewood Arsenal…

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  • CBS News 1968 Democratic National Convention Coverage
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    CBS News 1968 Democratic National Convention Coverage

    Walter Cronkite anchors CBS News coverage of day three of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Correspondents report on dissent within the convention hall by anti-Vietnam War…

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  • emThe President  March 1968em
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    The President - March 1968

    Naval White House Photographic Unit record of the activities of President Lyndon B. Johnson in the month of March 1968. The President travels to Texas, Puerto Rico, Georgia, and conducts…

    161 views
  • emFace the Nationem with George Wallace
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    Face the Nation with George Wallace

    American Independent Party candidate George Wallace is interviewed about the 1968 presidential campaign. The former Democratic Governor of Alabama discusses his chances of winning, what he…

    378 views
  • emFace the Nationem with Governor Ronald Reagan
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    Face the Nation with Governor Ronald Reagan

    California Governor Ronald Reagan discusses issues in the 1968 presidential campaign less than two months before the Republican National Convention. Gov. Reagan, who was not officially…

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  • emWomen Law and Politicsem
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    Women, Law and Politics

    This 1971 discussion with five women is on the topic of “Women, Law and Politics.” The panel included Rep. Martha Griffiths (D-MI), a political science professor, a recent law school graduate,…

    156 views
  • NBC Report on the Womens Movement
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    NBC Report on the Women's Movement

    This series that aired on NBC beginning in September 1969 looks at the women’s movement. Hosted by several female correspondents, it examines women’s protests, court cases regarding fair…

  • emIsland of Hope Island of Tearsem
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    Island of Hope, Island of Tears

    Island of Hope, Island of Tears is a 1989 documentary that screens every 30 minutes at Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. Commissioned by the National Park Service, directed by…

    506 views
  • Martin Luther King Jr Funeral Coverage 1968
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    Martin Luther King Jr. Funeral Services

    CBS News coverage from April 9, 1968, of the funeral services for Martin Luther King Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. Rev. Ralph Abernathy, one of King’s closest friends,…

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  • emMartin Luther King  Assassination and Aftermathem
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    Martin Luther King - Assassination and Aftermath

    This CBS News Special Report was broadcast on April 5, 1968, one day after the Martin Luther King Jr. assassination in Memphis. It includes reports of widespread burning and looting in…

    1,121 views
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