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R.Oppengeymer talking to scientists.
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Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific.
Test the world's first hydrogen bomb.
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Military amphibious ship to the shore.
Pass, shot by American soldiers.
U.S. President G.Trumena.
Americans listen to radio speech G.Trumena.
Passing tanks, military trucks.
American soldiers are wounded on stretchers.
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Presidential candidate of SSCHA D.Eyzenhauer accompanied him to the station.
D.Eyzenhauer his wife Mamie D.Eyzenhauer inside the train told reporters.
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Atomic explosions - different plans.
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Japanese doctors examined Japanese fishermen caught in a cloud of radioactive dust, which was formed by the U.S. nuclear tests in the Pacific.
A group of journalists at the medical center.
On a stretcher carried through the body of the deceased fisherman.
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English scientist, public figure B.Rassel group of scientists.
B.Rassel read the text of the anti-war manifesto.
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Soviet hydrogen bomb test airborne.
The action of the shock wave.
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U.S. President D.Eyzenhauer, chairman of the Council of Ministers N.A.Bulganin, first secretary of the Communist Party Nikita Khrushchev, the Soviet foreign minister Vyacheslav Molotov, Soviet Defense Minister Zhukov out of the car in front, which hosted Conference.
The meeting room, conference participants at the negotiating table.
D.Eyzenhauer, N.A.Bulganin, Khrushchev, Molotov, Zhukov, First Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko and others out of the building, get in the car.
Footage, 1 footage, Duration: 0:00:28.07B 2/21/2014
Foreign military on the podium during the aviation parade in Tushino.
Soviet bombers "Bison" at the airport.
The world's first heavy jet bombers M-4 in the air.