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How did people keep up-to-date with what was happening at home and abroad before the advent of the internet and 24-hour news? Aside from newspapers, it was the newsreels that provided the British public with a unique window on to the world. From royalty to revolutions, war to weather, and holidays to horseracing, the newsreels covered a huge variety of topics. They were an extremely popular form of entertainment in the first half of the last century, watched by millions in cinemas across the country as an integral part of a general film programme. In this introductory film, we examine what newsreels were, the kinds of topics and issues they covered, where they were watched, and how they were made. Read more at: 🤍 All titles on the BFI Films channel are preserved in the vast collections of the BFI National Archive. To find out more about the Archive visit 🤍
Support Our Channel : 🤍 This short and apparently hastily assembled newsreel shows the events of December 7th, 1941 and expresses deep outrage at the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Due to classification issues at the time the film was made, very little of the damage to Pearl Harbor itself is shown; rather the film focuses on damage to civilian areas of Waikiki and Honolulu. Due to the lack of material available there are some laughable errors in the rather earnest film, including the presence of a plane with British markings around the 1:40 timecode mark. Other footage includes: Emporer Hirohito reviewing his troops, Secretary of State Cordell Hull speaking with Japanese ambassadors, Waikiki during bombing attack, emergency hospitals during the Pearl Harbor attack, refugee center at University of Hawaii, a Japanese miniature submarine is seen beached, and President Roosevelt declares war. There is a lot of U.S. Navy footage in the film as well, including submarines, battleships, and other vessels. The USS Phelps (DD-360) is briefly seen during fleet maneuvers. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2K. For more information visit 🤍
Love our channel? Get the inside scoop on Periscope Film! Support us on Patreon: 🤍 This late 1930’s short gives a glimpse into the city of New York prior to the First World War. The film was edited by Eugene Castle; the founder of Castle Films. Notable changes in the city are captured including the traditional double decker buses which were utilized until the 1950’s. Also much of the avenues were one ways until the early 1960’s. The film opens with a cruise liner approaching the New York City harbor (:18). An aerial shot of the black and white city skyline follows (:24). Lady Liberty stands erect on Ellis Island (:29). The intersection of Broadway and Bowling Green (:38) lead to images of Manhattan’s lower end (:42). Trinity Church is situated in the financial district of the city; opened in 1846 (:59). Federal Hall appears (1:07) opened in 1842. The two structures here are the Federal style building from 1703 and the current Greek Revival-style which was completed in 1842. City Hall (1:36) and the New York City Prison (1:48) follow. The camera pans over a bridge which the prisoners traverse to criminal courts (1:52). The Brooklyn bridge hangs over the city’s skyline (1:58). The Bowery (2:07); a neighborhood in the southern parts of NYC, was mostly impoverished during the 1920’s and 30’s. The area hit a revival in the 1990’s. Shops in the lower east side follow (2:15). This portion of the city is captured under construction as roads were being widened and houses were rebuilt (2:19). The Essex Market was once a hub for independent pushcart peddlers and open air markets (2:22). Mott Street in Chinatown follows (2:28). Traditional ceremonies are captured as a large dragon fidgets and flicks through crowds (2:36). Evening scenes in Chinatown show traditional dancing with swords (2:53). The Washington Square Arch; a Tuckahoe marble arch in Washington Square Park, was opened in 1892 (2:59). Art studios are captured in Greenwich Village; later to be known as the center of the 1960’s counterculture movement (3:04). The Flatiron Building (3:36) was one of the first skyscrapers, erected in 1902. A young couple marries at the Church of the Transfiguration in Manhattan (3:50). The Pennsylvania Station is captured in Beaux-Arts architecture (3:59). It was demolished in 1963. The Empire State Building was erected on the site of the old Waldorf Astoria Hotel in 1930 (4:13). The Chrysler Building stands at 405 Lexington Avenue (4:38). The Public Library (4:59) precedes a man feeding the notoriously friendly city pigeons (5:04). St. Patrick’s Cathedral is known as one of the most beautiful cathedrals opened in 1879 (5:22). A sea of New York City worshippers follows (5:27). A three minute walk from here is the Rockefeller center (5:42). Lady dancers rehearse on the rooftop of Radio City Music Hall (5:52). Ice skating is captured in the Rockefeller Rink Plaza (6:08) as well as on the frozen lake of Central Park (6:21). The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the western hemisphere comprised of over two million works (6:50). Exhibits are captured within the Museum of Natural History (6:59). Columbia’s Morningside Heights campus follows (7:24). Riverside drive is seen after recently having improvements made upon it (7:29). This road lines the Hudson River (7:30). General Grant’s National Memorial (7:42) is the final resting place of Ulysses S. Grant and his wife; Julia Grant. The Riverside Church in Manhattan is captured with its 72 melodious bells ringing out (7:52). Harlem is captured (8:03). During this time period, Harlem was considered to be a place of rich artistic African American culture and activism (8:07). The area was ablaze with poetry, art and jazz. The animated youth of Harlem are pictured (8:16). The large White Plains Hospital follows which got its start as a small four-room hospital in 1893 (8:28). The camera flies over the Washington bridge (8:38). This is the only bridge running over the Hudson River. The scene fades to night with New York’s neon lights (8:58). We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit 🤍
The first mainstream newsreel in the U.S. to directly call the Nazi regime in Germany fascist. The Library of Congress chose this film for preservation on the National Film Registry in 1993.
Enjoy this long-awaited compilation of Hugh Dennis' Newsreel voiceovers. From party leaders to the Royal Family, let's take a look back at some of his funniest commentary. #MockTheWeek #HughDennis #DaraOBriain #Newsreel . . Watch the funniest Mock The Week moments here! We're uploading your favourite Mock The Week clips featuring Milton Jones, Romesh Ranganathan, Stewart Francis, Hugh Dennis and more every week, hosted by Dara O'Briain. Mock the Week is a British topical, satirical celebrity panel show, that was created by Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson.
Support Our Channel : 🤍 This newsreel of the 1939 New York's World's Fair shows some of the highlights of the fair, including the pavilions of various states and nations, the General Electric Pavilion, the Amusement Area (the Life Saver Parachute Jump later relocated to Coney Island, is at the 5:15 mark), the Savoy stage show, and the automotive pavilions including those of Ford and General Motors known as the Futurama. There are also displays of modern and historic railroad locomotives as part of the "Railroads on Parade" stage show. The 1939–40 New York World's Fair, which covered the 1,216 acres (492 ha) of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park (also the location of the 1964–1965 New York World's Fair), was the second most expansive American world's fair of all time, exceeded only by St. Louis's Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904. Many countries around the world participated in it, and over 44 million people attended its exhibits in two seasons. The NYWF of 1939–1940 was the first exposition to be based on the future, with an opening slogan of "Dawn of a New Day", and it allowed all visitors to take a look at "the world of tomorrow". The fair was divided into differently themed zones, such as the Transportation Zone, the Communications and Business Systems Zone, the Food Zone, the Government Zone, and so forth. Virtually every structure erected on the fairgrounds was extraordinary, and many of them were experimental in many ways. Architects were encouraged by their corporate or government sponsors to be creative, energetic and innovative. Novel building designs, materials and furnishings were the norm. Beyond the corporate and government zones, the wildly popular but less uplifting Amusements Area was not integrated into the thematic matrix, and was a mere Area rather than a Zone. Despite the high-minded educational tone that Grover Whalen attempted to set, the Amusements Area was the most popular part of the Fair, and included a roller coaster, the Life Savers parachute jump (later moved to Coney Island, where it still stands today), the 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge Gimbels Flyer train ride (later purchased by Kennywood, where it still runs today), and carnival acts such as a collection of performing dwarves. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit 🤍
Produced in 1938, this American newsreel shows the Anschluss the annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany in March 1938. Austria was annexed into the German Third Reich on 12 March 1938. There had been several years of pressure by supporters in both Austria and Germany (by both Nazis and non-Nazis) for the "Heim ins Reich" movement. Earlier, Nazi Germany had provided support for the Austrian National Socialist Party (Austrian Nazi Party) in its bid to seize power from Austria's Fatherland Front government. Under considerable pressure from both Austrian and German Nazis, Austria's Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg decided to hold a referendum to provide a popular vote on the issue, expecting Austria to vote in favour of maintaining its autonomy, but before this could take place there was a well-planned coup d'état by the Austrian Nazi Party, which seized control of Austria's state institutions in Vienna on 11 March 1938. The leaders of the coup then cancelled the referendum. They transferred power to Germany, and Wehrmacht troops entered Austria to enforce the Anschluss. The Nazis held a plebiscite within the following month, asking the people to ratify the fait accompli, and claimed that 99.7561% of the votes cast were in favor. Although the Allies were committed to upholding the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and that of St. Germain, which specifically prohibited the union of Austria and the German state, their reaction was only verbal and moderate. No military confrontation took place, and even the strongest voices against the annexation, particularly Fascist Italy, France, and Britain (the "Stresa Front") remained at peace. The Anschluss was among the first major steps of Adolf Hitler's creation of a Greater German Reich which was to include all ethnic Germans and all the lands and territories which the German Empire had lost after the First World War. Although Austria had never been a part of 20th-century Germany (the unification of Germany of the mid to late 19th century created a Prussian dominated nation state in 1871, leaving Austria as a part of "Lesser Germany"), it was seen[by whom?] as a German state. Prior to the annexation of 1938 the Third Reich had remilitarized the Rhineland, and the Saar region was returned to Germany after 15 years of occupation through a plebiscite. After the Anschluss, Hitler targeted Czechoslovakia, provoking an international crisis which led to the Munich Agreement in September 1938, giving the Third Reich control of the industrial Sudetenland, which had a predominantly ethnic German population. In March 1939, Hitler then ended Czechoslovakia by recognizing the independence of Slovakia and making the rest of the nation a protectorate. That same year, Memelland was returned from Lithuania. With the Anschluss, the German-speaking Republic of Austria ceased to exist as a fully independent state. At the end of World War II, a Provisional Austrian Government was set up on 27 April 1945, and was legally recognized by the Allies in the following months. It was not until 1955 that Austria regained full sovereignty. Want to support this channel and help us preserve old films? Visit 🤍 Visit our website 🤍PeriscopeFilm.com We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit 🤍
(31 Dec 1945) Story 4: 12:30:30:00 242 MID 3445, DIE DEUTSCHE WOCHENSCHAU, 1945 12:31:10 a Ger. industrialist is interviewed on his 85th birthday. 12:31:41 a tank operator is decorated at the front. 12:32:15 a wounded Ger. fighter pilot is interviewed in his hospital bed. 12:33:55 men, women, and children build barricades and dig trenches and tank traps for the defense of Berlin against the advancing Russians. 12:35:14 a Ger. submarine torpedoes and sinks an allied transport. 12:36:20 shows the fighting in and around the ruins of Aachen. 12:38:07 Ger. wounded return from the Russ. front. 12:39:24 Troops pass wrecked Russ. equipment. 12:39:32 Shows bodies of civilians massacred by Russians and interiors of looted homes. 12:42:00 Shows artillery firing and destroyed and burning Russ. tanks. 12:43:47 out #German #Newsreel Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Mock the Week Christmas Newsreel. Voice over of Prince Philip & The Queen.
(20 Jul 1944) Story 3 242 MID 6141 Reel 1 b&w mute Die Deutsche Wochenshau 1944 10:16:47 Interior view of wreckage of bomber headquarters where attempt was made on Adolf Hitler's life on 20th July 1944 10:17:28 Hitler at Railway station as Mussolini's train pulls in, greets Il Duce warmly 10:17:55 Hitler, Mussolini & Himmler in discussion outside Headquarters 10:18:16 Mussolini leans out of train window to bid a fond farewell to Hitler, as Goering stands behind & waves 10:18:28 Vice-Minister Albert Speer decorates German engineers and escorts Hitler and German officers through steel plant. 10:19:35 Germans compare German "Panther" and U.S. "General Lee" tank's performance, and anti-aircraft weapons "Panzerfaust" and "Panzerschrek." 10:20:45 Animated map of Eastern front along Estonian-Lithuanian border. 10:20:50 German artillery retreats to new defense lines 10:21:34 German soldiers dynamite railroad tracks and retreat from burning village with civilian evacuees. 10:22:40 German small arms and artillery fire damage Soviet tanks and equipment. 10:23:44 German planes bomb Soviet positions Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Mock the Week Christmas Newsreel. Voice over of Prince Charles and Camilla.
In this newsreel from 1953, visit the demilitarized zone on the Korea peninsula during the height of the Cold War. As a frigid truce continues between North Korea and South Korea, UN troops provided by India take on their role assisting allies in the struggle to keep the red tide of the DPRK at bay. In this case, the troops' orders are to supervise North Korean and Chinese People's Liberation Army POWs who refuse to be repatriated to their home countries. Read more about Report on Korea from 1953 here: 🤍
Unissued / Unused material. Russian newsreel showing Russian troops taking Berlin. Germany. C/U tanks driving past sign 'Berlin'. Good shots of Russian artillery and tanks fighting in the streets of Berlin. A tank drives past rubble of buildings and fires its gun. C/U Russian soldier using field telephone. Russian infantry advance over wreckage in Berlin and fire from behind piles of debris. Various shots of Russians running into Reichstag and up steps. C/U boy putting up Russian flag. M/S as soldiers fire their guns into the air as flag flies. L/S of flag flying, pan down to Russian troops cheering and waving outside. Various shots of tanks in the streets. M/S soldiers lined up. M/S as officer reads a statement. Various shots as a picture of Joseph Stalin is stuck onto a field gun. Various shots as the gun fires. Various shots as bombardment continues and Russians advance through streets and ruined buildings. M/S wounded soldier being helped by a colleague. Various shots rubble in city. L/S as German soldiers walk along with their hands up after surrendering. Various shots of white flags flying out of many windows. C/U pan up German prisoner's nazi uniform. M/S columns of prisoners walking along. Various shots soldiers on tank. M/S Russian soldiers. Various shots of the Russian troops together, they applaud and wave. Camera pans down statue to Russian soldiers. Various shots as people of the city gather to read the news on posters. FILM ID:2034.04 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. 🤍 FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT 🤍 British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍
Deze korte film is eigendom van Library and Archives Canada en is alleen beschikbaar in het Engels. De Canadese bioscoopjournaals waren korte films van 10 minuten, bestaande uit een aantal verschillende verhalen en geproduceerd door The Canadian Film and Foto Unit . Deze korte journaals werden onder het Canadese leger verdeeld. In deze korte film is een sportwedstrijd te zien in Groningen en hebben verschillende Canadese militairen een "break" in de "Maroon Hunt Club" in Groningen. In deze film is ook te zien dat Canadese militairen met een bootje varen op het Paterswoldsemeer.
Deze korte film is eigendom van Library and Archives Canada en is alleen beschikbaar in het Engels. De Canadese bioscoopjournaals waren korte films van 10 minuten, bestaande uit een aantal verschillende verhalen en geproduceerd door The Canadian Film and Foto Unit. Deze korte journaals werden onder het Canadese leger verdeeld. In deze korte film is de Canadese opmars richting de stad Groningen te zien (april 1945).
(31 Dec 1943) Story 11: 11:24:50:00 242 MID 3780 Reel 1, FALLSCHIRMJAGERSTURMSOLDATERN DER LUFT, 1943, German paratroopers invade Holland, Balkans, Norway and Cassino, Italy, and rescue Benito Mussolini. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
This film is a heritage item from Library and Archives Canada and is only available in English. A newsreel consisting of various stories. 1. In England: Mountbatten in Command. Louis Mountbatten is appointed chief of combined military operations; Mountbatten is shown boarding a battleship and inspecting its crew. 2. Ottawa, Ont.: Air Delegates Visit Birdmen. Leaders of 14 allied nations meet in Ottawa to coordinate plans to train their air force; dignitaries, including William Lyon Mackenzie King, pose on the steps of Parliament; soldiers parade on Parliament Hill; pilots walk to their planes and take off; planes are seen from the air and ground as the dignitaries look on. 3. Guatemala: U.S. Officer Heads Cadets. As part of the "good neighbor policy" cadets at "Guatemala's West Point" receive their training under the command of U.S. Colonel Glass. Cadets are shown parading and performing drills as Colonel Glass watches. 4. U.S.A.: Nation Marks Maritime Day. Events from around the country are shown: those lost at sea are remembered at a ceremony at the New York State Merchant Marine Academy; in Philadelphia, relatives of U-boat victims offer wreaths along the shore of the Delaware River; at a west coast ship yard, three ships are dedicated and launched on the same day. 5. Eastern Pennsylvania: 30 Die in Flash Flood. Shots of damaged bridges, washed out roads and railway lines, destroyed homes. 6. The World of Sports - Belmont Park, L.I.: Alsab Does it Again. Crowds look on as Alsab wins the Withers Stakes horse race. 6. St. Louis, MO.: City Circus Stars Shine. Chimpanzees at the St. Louis Zoo perform tricks for a crowd of onlookers; one chimp named Mussolini wears a military helmet and smokes a cigar. Source: Library and Archives Canada. Chris Speelman fonds, 2001-0158. IDC 326427.
1) Nationalist China seated in UN, Malek departed, absent when Korean War began (2) "Communism" - Berlin, France, Japan, Union Square in New York, spy Gubitchev deported (3) "Korea Invaded" - MacArthur, savage war of attrition on narrow beachhead, scores died, atrocities, rapidly narrowing perimeter, but 12 nations rallied, led by Canada, Inchon landing, air cover of B-29s dropping bombs, allies pushed north, "then, it happened" and UN armies forced into retreat, paid heavily in casualties, Chosin resorvoir (4) "Atom Bomb" - symbol of modern destruction, pilgrims to Rome, men of all faith prayed for peace, UN symbol of man's hope for tomorrow (complete newsreel)
(30 Sep 1941) Story 6 - 01:41:55 242 MID 6207 - Degeto Weltspiegel. A September 1941 report 01:42:10 the luxurious train used by Hermann Goering at a siding inside a forest somewhere on the Russian front. Werner Molder, Bodenschatz, Milch and Udet 01:42:40 German armies advancing deep into the Ukraine, 01:43:06 capturing the port of Nikolayev 01:43:21 crossing the Dniepr to encircle a massive Soviet army of three quarters of a million men and capturing Kiev. 01:46:20 Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(18 Jul 1967) STORY NEWARK RIOTS, 200 UN 40 R 58, b/w, sound Five days of race riots leaves Newark in a virtual state of siege. 24 are killed, 18 hundred wounded, 14 hundred arrested. Police, State Troopers, and National Guardsmen exchange shots with rooftop and window snipers; stores are wrecked, burned, and looted; cars overturned. Governor Hughes terms it "open rebellion." Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(31 Dec 1944) Story 3: 10:19:36:00 242 MID 6122 R1, 1944 10:20:07 Salute to Maj. Walter Nowotny, German Air Force ace 10:20:15 Maj. Nowotny's visit with Adolf Hitler and parents, 10:20:27in military parade 10:20:45 his funeral. 10:21:43 Russian Gen. Andrew Vlasov, delivers anti-Stalinist speeches in Prague and Berlin. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
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1-FAMOUS REGIMENTS CHILDREN'S PARTY - Children party held by the London Scottish Regiment. 2-PREMIER LEAVES FOR ROME - Neville Chamberlain leaving London for Rome, Italy. 3-FRANCO'S BIG DRIVE - General Franco's men continue their advance in southern Spain. 4-BRIAN GROVER HOME AT LAST - Brian Grover and his Russian wife Ileana arrive back in London. 5-PREPARING CORONATION SCOT FOR US TRIP - Preparing the steam locomotive the Coronation Scot for the United States of America in London. 6-FRENCH TROOPS EMBARK FOR JIBUTI - The French army leaves Marseilles for Jibuti. 7-THE DANUBE FROZEN and FLOODS IN YORKSHIRE AND VENICE 8-HMS LIVERPOOL IN LIVERPOOL - The HMS Liverpool docked in Liverpool, Merseyside. 9-OLD TIME HAXEY HOOD GAME - Footage of the bizarre Haxey Hood game in Haxey, Lincolnshire. 10-NEW YORK HAILS NEW YEAR - Thousands celebrate the New Year 1939 in New York, United States of America. 11-DECORATING US COASTGUARD - US Coastguards are decorated in the United States of America. 12-TURIN / CATHERINETTES BALL - Catherinettes ball for women at the age of 25 in Turin, Italy. 13-MIAMI OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP - The Miami Open Golf Championship in the United States of America.
(1) "Seizure of Eindhoven - An air train, over 285 miles in length, and containing over 2,000 planes and gliders, takes off from England for Holland. Near Eindhoven, thousands of chutists 'hit the silk,' floating down to join the glider troops. The air army is made up of American, British and Polish troops. 24 hours after the airborne army lands, armored units of the British 2nd Army pound their way into Eindhoven, joining forces with the skymen. The Dutch go wild at their liberation." (2) Allies Drive To Southern Gate Of Reich - "Allies Enter Germany - Roetgen, Germany, near the Eupen forest, is cool to the entry of the Yanks. Occasional families show forced smiles, and the children are trusting of the invaders. French forts in the Maginot Line, fortified with 105 mm. Krupp guns, are turned around by the Yanks. Then Nazi shells are lobbed over the Moselle River into the ranks of the Nazis. At Vittel, France, 2,000 British and Americans are abandoned by the Nazis in a huge internment camp." "From Lyons to Orleans - At Lyons, the Nazis take refuge in a huge hospital. The F.F.I. blasts them until the building is set on fire. "The Yanks march into Bourg where the women hang out "Thanks You" signs, then try to kiss every Yank in sight - and almost succeed. At Orleans, 20,000 Nazis march up to a gun pile, in formation, and throw down their arms. Then they enter a large prisoner compound." Newsreel The End Buy Bonds. (partial newsreel)
The U.S. First Air Cavalry clashes with North Vietnamese regulars on the central coastal plain of South Vietnam. Find out more about this newsreel excerpt in National Archives "Pieces of History": 🤍 The ENTIRE NEWSREEL can be viewed here: 🤍 National Archives Identifier: 2051048 Local Identifier: 200-UN-40-24 🤍
This Soviet newsreel, presented in Russian, shows some of the news events of the Brezhnev era. Narrator: This is the meeting of the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Leonid Brezhnev, Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers, Alexey Kosygin, and the President of Algerian People's Democratic Republic, Houari Boumediene, who arrived to USSR on a friendly mission. (01.12) Yerevan, the capital of Soviet Armenia, is welcoming its dear guests from the brotherly Soviet republics. The Armenian nation is celebrating the 50th anniversary of joining Russia. (01.37) At the ceremonial meeting of the Presidium, Minister of Defense of USSR, Marshall Ustinov, First Secretary of the Communist Party of Azerbaijan, Aliev, Party and members of the public are present. (02.04) First Secretary of the Communist Party of Armenia, Demirchyan, wholeheartedly thanked the Party for appreciating their efforts. He expressed readiness to pay for the constant care of the Party for the people’s welfare. (03.11) This holiday will become another unforgettable page in the triumphant chronicle of Lenin’s national policy. (03.22) An unprecedented harvest of fodder turnips in Leningrad region was grown at the state farm managed by Ilya Dekhtyarenko. 60,100 kilos of turnips per hectare were gathered. (03.45) This victory of the young Communist and his colleagues is one of the many examples of realizing the decisions of the July Plenum of the Central Committee of the Soviet Union. This high-quality fodder ensures the success of cattle breeding. This farm in Poltava region is one of the best in Ukraine. 150 specialized animal breeding complexes will be built in Ukraine in the future. (04.39) This is the land of Kaluga. Lidiya Kondratyeva lives and works at Lopatinsky state farm. Each of the 4 departments of the poultry plant has 14,000 laying hens. Lopatinsky complex is the biggest in the district. New technologies and modern equipment allow to pick 250 eggs from each hen instead of planned 200. (05.13) Lidiya Kondratyeva is the leader of the labor union of the plant. (05.26) An All-Union Komsomol division of workers is departing from Moscow for construction sites on lands of the Soviet Union. At the ceremonial meeting, the First Secretary of the Komsomol Central Committee, Pastukhov, read the welcoming words of General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Leonid Brezhnev, to the members of the Komsomol division. The speaker expressed certainty that every volunteer would selflessly work like a true Communist on nonchernozem sites. (06.16) Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers, Solomintsev, highlighted that the Party appreciated the labor of young communists at the construction sites. (06.46) 3,000 volunteers left Moscow. They will give their knowledge, passion of the young hearts, and working talent to the construction sites of nonchernozem lands. (07.09) The best farm machinery operators of Ternopil region are receiving new beet combines. 40 of these top-rated vehicles were built in excess of the plan by the Komsomol members working at the Ternopil Combine Plant. Every young worker took part in this patriotic movement. (07.42) The new combines drove from the central square of Ternopil into the fields. (08.15) Powerful diesel electric cranes are being built at the Machine Building Plant Named after the First of May in Kirov. Alexander Pushkaryov and his brigade colleagues committed to the success of the plant. (08.51) To fulfill the great goals set for the Komsomol youth by the Party, reliable modern machinery is required. (09.13) USSR Motor-Boating Championship took place in the reservoir near Grozny. (09.20) Evgeny Stepanov from Ulyanovsk, Oleg Pekotkin from Leningrad, and Vladimir Koshirin from Voronezh are the winners. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit 🤍
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Actualités soviétiques Novosti Dnia # 16 du 22 juin 1945. The leaders of the USSR (among them - V.M. Molotov) meet the leaders of Poland B. Bierut, E. Osubko-Moravsky, Gomulka, Kowalski at the Moscow airport. N. M. Shvernik presents orders and medals to Soviet scientists on the occasion of the 220th anniversary of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Among the awarded - L.A. Orbeli. Marshal of the Soviet Union I. S. Konev takes a parade of troops of the 1st Ukrainian Front in Prague. Czechoslovak President E. Benes arrives in Prague. Red Army soldiers and officers on treatment at a resort in Baden. Preparing harvesters for harvesting at the MTS. Stalin in the Kherson region. Bicycle races on the Garden Ring in Moscow for the prize of the Moscow Bolshevik newspaper. Pour un usage professionnel, les clips présentés sur cette chaîne sont accessibles en ligne sur 🤍film-images.fr (vous vous créez votre compte utilisateur). For professional use, clips can be seen online at 🤍film-images.fr (please register to access the clips).
(14 Aug 1972) Events that stirred the nation in the early 1900's. Library building in Canberra acquire cinesound review and Fox Movietone newsreel films. FROM FILM.... 1901 Federation fo Australia Duke & Duchess of York. (Geo & Mary) lay stone. Library building in Canberra. Prime Minister Fisher lays foundation stone of new Parliament building in Canberra-March 1913. Aussies off to the First World War - Gallipolli. Prince of Wales inspects troops. 1927 Duke and Duchess of York attend Opening of New Parliament building (George & Eliz) 1911. William Hart flies old plane. Keith and Ross Smith Long distant fliers. 1928 Kingsford Smith flier. Exterior of Melbourne's Splinder Street Station and George Station Sydney (1920's) Horse drawn tram on rails. Steam train (1920's) Melbourne Cable cars. Sydney Trams. Sydney Bridge not completed. 1922 Major on horse opens Sydney bridge with swordillegaly. Premier Jack Lang Opens bridge Officially. Speeded up traffic. Mr. Scullen 1st. P.M. to be interviewed. Shots of P.M. Stanley Bruce and Joseph Lyons. Richard Casey and Robert Menzies. Duke of Gloucester in Australia 1934. Empire Games. (1938) 1933 Larwood/Bradman Bodlyline bowling. Melbourne Horse Show - spectaculer fall. 1932 Madam Melba. Last Tasmanian Tiger. Mine Disaster. S/S Malaba high and dry at Malaba. 1932 Car ploughs into crowd killing 4. Bush Fires. Anzacs in civies on parade. 1939. troops on parade. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
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