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Foreign newsreels 1961 № 600

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In New York, at the palace of the UN group of Americans opposed the murderers of Lumumba. Londoners welcome Russian violinists. David Oistrakh, Igor Oistrakh. Mourning UN meeting before the start of the session in connection with the death of Hammarskjold. The strike of Greek students in Athens.

Scene №1

View of New York.

Headquarters of the United Nations.

Memorial meeting of the United Nations before the session in connection with the death of UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold.

Newsreel with D.Hammarshelda (stay abroad, speech to the United Nations).

President Dwight Eisenhower.

Speech by Khrushchev (USSR) in the United Nations.

The Soviet delegation banging his fist on the table at the UN in protest.

Key words

Khrushchev UN

Personnel

Ejzenhauer D.
Hruschev N.S.
Hammarsheljd D.

Calendar

1959-1961

Locations

New York (USA)

Foreign policy

Scene №2

In New York, at the palace of the UN group of Americans oppose the killers Lumumba.

The meeting at the UN.

Locations

New York (USA)

Foreign policy; Social life

Scene №3

Statement by the Soviet violinists David Oistrakh and Igor in London.

Concerts 18 February 1961.

Performance in the hall.

Spectators.

Key words

Soviet musicians touring abroad

Personnel

Ojstrah D.F
Ojstrah I.D.

Locations

London (United Kingdom)

Culture and Arts

Scene №4

Concert Hall.

Statement by the Soviet violinists David Oistrakh and Igor.

Applauding audience in the hall.

Seeing the Soviet musicians at the airport.

Tu on the airfield.

Personnel

Ojstrah D.
Ojstrah I.

Locations

London (United Kingdom)

Transportation; Culture and Arts

Scene №5

Greek students strike in Athens.

Newspaper articles about the release of the left politician M.Glezosa.

M.Glezos smiling - close up.

Personnel

Glezos M. -- Greek left-wing political activist, writer, a symbol of the anti-fascist movement

Locations

Athens (Greece)

Youth; Social life; Domestic policy