Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States.
Release Dates: Apr 21, 1966 - May 16, 1966Apr 21, (Release 33)- Some 3,000 ROK troops disembark from landing crafts in VIETMAN to reinforce Korean soldiery; HOLLYWOOD'S NIGHT: GOLDEN OSCARS; ACCURATE PROPHET: JULES VERNE foresaw 20th Century inventions; OREGON: 500 courageous college lads brave the rapids of the McKenzie river.Apr 25, (Release 34)- MEDAL OF HONOR TO VIETNAM HERO in ceremonies in the White House Rose Garden; Queen Elizabeth opens Parliament on her 40th birthday; Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy and the Rainiers of Monaco arrive in Seville for a Debutante Ball at a Seville Palace; HORSE RACING: KENTUCKY DERBY PREVIEW; CHAMPIONSHIP AUTO RACE at the Trenton Speedway.Apr 28, (Release 35)- DeGaulle demands that NATO forces and bases leave France; CIRCUS WEDDING: A dancer and acrobat exchange marital vows; a gala birthday party for Charlie Chaplain's 77th; the "Amphitron", a Dutch invention, goes in mud, quicksand, water anything!; the newest speed sport is Bump-and-bang jalopy racing.May 2, (Release 36)- Raging floods cover from the Gulf Coast to Canada; Vice-President Humphrey awards the "Handicapped American of the Year"award; BASKETBALL FINALS: Celtics top Lakers at Boston Garden.May 5, (Release 37)- Mrs. Lurleen Wallace wins the Alabama Democratic Gubernatorial nomination by a landslide; U.N. Secretary General U. Thant and President De Gaulle meet to discuss the Vietnam war; the traditional May Day Parade in Moscow; the nationwide campaign to BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS gets rolling at a kick-off rally; The U.S. Navy's latest two-man submarines are launched; Willie Mays puts one out of Candlestick Park for his 512th homer.May 9, (Release 38)- THE KENTUCKY DERBY; Poland celebrates one thousand years of Catholicism in their country; FASHION PARADE; HOCKEY: STANLEY CUP FINALS.May 12, (Release 39)- L.B.J. AT PRINCETON: PRESIDENT URGES SCHOLARS SUPPORT FOREIGN POLICY: At Princeton University, Johnson appeals for support of his Vietnamese policy; Contestants flock to the rapids of Germany's Ruhr River for a slalom race; Heavyweight Champion Cassius Clay arrives in London for his late May title fight; French daredevil crashes autos.May 16, (Release 40)- CALIFORNIA LANDSLIDE destroys several homes in San Clemente; one of the world's tiniest paintings is acquired by the National Gallery; an 18-foot high giant skeleton, operated by a man, is displayed in Schenectady, N.Y.; TRACK MEET: THE LOS ANGELES RELAYS; INDIANAPOLIS TIME TRIALS: Mario Andretti turns in the fastest time of the day.
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