France - An important economic initiative of France during the currency crisis (mounting plate not). France and Britain - Foreign currency exchange in Paris and London are open again after the break. France - Meeting of the Deputy Secretary of the Treasury with the finance ministers of France. England - American tourists in London are in line to exchange your dollars for pounds (U.S. reaction to the crisis). Britain and the United States - Reaction to action to save the dollar, the arrival of Nixon. United States, Canada, England, Germany - The economic downturn hit airlines and the aviation industry. Chronicle material 1971g.g 1970. about airports, airplanes, demonstrations. USA - Statement by Nixon with a statement of the reasons for his new economic activities, the reaction of Wall Street (a report from the exchange). U.S., Japan - A report from the New York and Tokyo Stock Exchange. (Nixon's reaction to the announcement of a wage freeze). USA - American tourists to exchange dollars for the European currency before leaving New York. USA - President Nixon urges Americans to sacrifice in order to protect the dollar. Japan - Reports from Tokyo during the crisis of the dollar. (Industrial progress and the pollution of air and water). Malta Island - Ships in the Bay of La - Valletta. NATO headquarters building in Valletta (to the decision to transfer the Mediterranean NATO Headquarters from Malta). Island of Malta - Arrival of a British warship in La Valletta. Italy - Ships in the Bay of Naples. The building of the NATO Headquarters in Naples (the translation of the Naval Staff of NATO from Malta). Canada - Statement by the Prime Minister Trudeau on television about a 10 percent mark-up on American imports.