No Peace In Laos (For Peace In Laos).. (1962)
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AnnotationAbout the American agression in Laos in 1960 and 1962.
Temporary descriptionBuddhist temples: sculpture, ornament, carved door. The dancers perform the "Dance of the gods. The funeral procession, people pull the hearse. Palace of the King. Pass soldiers - patriots of the national liberation movement, the Pathet Lao. Government soldiers. Newsreel 1960: anti-government insurgency, led by F. Nosavanom supported by U.S. shelling of the city of Vientiane. The soldiers, firing from armored vehicles. Tanks on the streets of the city, burning buildings. U.S. Ambassador Braun, Laotian prince Bun Um, General F. Nosavan in charge of mutiny. City Vientiane. Lao Prince Souvanna Fuma and Bong Souphanouvong, who arrived for talks with the rebel Prince Boone Mind. Meeting for the negotiations. Prince Boone Um, who appeared not to negotiate, at his villa. Meeting of the three Lao princes in the Plain of Jars (14 December 1960). Present: B. Souphanouvong, Souvanna Fuma, General Kong Le, patriots movement Pathet Lao. The building of the legitimate government of Laos, headed by the Prime Minister, Prince Souvanna Fumoy. The people welcomed the Prince B. Souphanouvong.
About the American aggression in Laos in 1960 and 1962.