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1969 - NASA's Apollo 11 is launched from Cape Kennedy, and men in Mission Control watch its ascent through binoculars.
CIRCA 1960s - Sheikh Zayed visits construction sites in Abu Dhabi, and consults with American businessmen through a translator in 1967.
CIRCA 1963 - Civil rights leaders A. Philip Randolph, Roy Wilkins, Walter Reuther, and Martin Luther King lead the March on Washington.
CIRCA 1963 - Thousands participate in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, while "We Shall Overcome" is played.
CIRCA 1963 - Marchers are shown as well as the Washington Monument and singer Marian Anderson takes the stage during the March on Washington.
1969 - Astronaut Neil Armstrong disembarks Apollo 11 and takes the first steps on the moon, then is joined by Buzz Aldrin to plant the American flag.
CIRCA 1965 - Civil rights demonstrators march in Harlem in support of Selma.
1955 Montgomery, AL. Dr Martin Luther King Jr speaks to reporters about the importance of nonviolent "attitude of love," after the The Montgomery Bus Boycott. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Film
CIRCA 1963 - State troopers go after civil rights rioters with extreme prejudice after the bombing of a church in Birmingham, Alabama.
CIRCA 1960s - Army soldiers receive information from the South Vietnamese, recover documents and engage in combat, during the Vietnam War.
CIRCA 1960s - Police react violently to a civil rights protest, 1960s
CIRCA 1960s - The birth of the U.S. Air Mobility Team in 1969, and its tactical importance in a new complex conflict in Vietnam.
CIRCA 1963 - In his speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Martin Luther King describes his dream for the nation.
CIRCA 1969 - Astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong plant the American flag on the moon.
CIRCA 1960 - Queen Elizabeth II gives a speech from the throne in Westminster's House of Lords, declaring Britain's intent to build up western Europe.
1960s: Men panning for gold, look at nugget. Map of western United States, label appears. Horses pulling stagecoach. Hnad typing on telegraph. Man riding horseback.
CIRCA 1960s - Police violently disperse a civil rights protest, 1960s
CIRCA 1963- Civil rights activists are shown marching during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
CIRCA 1960s - Sheikh Zayed struggles to balance the old and new ways of Arab life in 1967 Abu Dhabi.
CIRCA 1960s - Thomas Edison's electricity transforms America (as depicted in 1961).
CIRCA 1960s - The Transcontinental Railroad is completed in 1869 (as depicted in 1961).
CIRCA 1966 - Combat footage shows US Marines engaged in Operation Hastings.
CIRCA 1965 - Martin Luther King leads the Freedom March across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama while Military Police drive by.
Apollo 11 Moon Landing On a Retro TV. Elements of this Video furnished by NASA.
1969. Historical Footage Of The Saturn V Rocket Launch Of Apollo 11 Mission, on a Vintage Television. Elements of this Video furnished by NASA.
CIRCA 1960s - An airplane flies past the Empire State Building and other skyscrapers in New York City.
CIRCA 1965 - Cesar Chavez kicks off the Delano grape strike under the National Farm Workers Association in California.
CIRCA 1964 - The summer Olympic Opening Ceremonies are held at the National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, presided over by Emperor Hirohito.
CIRCA 1960s - A montage of early computers from the 1960's.
CIRCA 1960s - Vietnam War, US Soldiers walk through jungle and by burning abandoned villages
CIRCA 1969 - Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins get in their spacesuits in preparation for the launch of Apollo 11 at Cape Kennedy.
1960s: Rocket launches and flies through sky.
CIRCA 1961 - JFK is sworn in as President of the United States, and later meets with President de Gaulle in France an Nikita Khrushchev in Vienna.
CIRCA 1950s - Soviet space dog Laika orbits the earth in the Sputnik 2 spacecraft, in 1957.
CIRCA 1960s - Charles Gordon discusses segregation against African Americans, exemplified in Harlem.
CIRCA 1960s - Student Civil Rights activists have a meeting.
CIRCA 1964 - Teenagers scream and some faint as cops and a barricade keep them from swarming the Beatles at England's London Airport.
CIRCA 1960s - Arabs set up tents, prepare food, and sing and dance into the evening with a Sheikh among them in 1967.
CIRCA 1960s - Civil Rights Activists are arrested in Montgomery, Alabama for protesting segregation, led by Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.
CIRCA 1960s - American soldiers fight as WWII begins by the attack at Pearl Harbor in the 1940s.
CIRCA 1961 - Egyptian President Nasser hosts Yugoslavia's President Tito and India's Prime Minister Nehru at the Neutralist Summit in Cairo.
CIRCA 1963 - People from all over the nation arrive in Washington DC for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
1960s: Child walks holding hand of adult from ship. Man, woman and child. United Nations Palestine Commission sign. Assembly at United Nations. Houses in Israel. Soldiers with guns.
1963 Washington, DC. Civil Rights Supporters march on Washington to listen to Martin Luther King deliver his 'I Have a Dream' Speech. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Newsreel Film Print
CIRCA 1954 - Marilyn Monroe takes the stage to perform for American troops in Korea (narrated in 1962).
CIRCA 1960s - President Kennedy spends time with his family in the 1960s.
CIRCA 1960s - American soldiers fire guns from helicopters over Vietnam while foot soldiers ford rivers and muddy ground.
CIRCA 1963 - The 1963 March on Washington civil rights rally. Prayer.
CIRCA 1964 - A throng of police escorts the Beatles to their car while teenagers scream for them at England's London Airport.
CIRCA 1962 - The US Air Force's quick mobilization is highlighted during a recap of the Cuban Missile Crisis (narrated in 1977).
CIRCA 1963 - Martin Luther King concludes his speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom by sharing his hope that freedom will ring.
CIRCA 1963 - First responders carry people out on gurneys and stretchers after the bombing of a church in Birmingham, Alabama.
CIRCA 1960s - President Charles de Gaulle gives a speech on stage welcoming president Kennedy who pays his respect to Europe in 1961.
Thomas Edison's electricity transforms America (as depicted in 1961). (1960s)
1960s: Map shows navy maneuvers around Cuba.
CIRCA 1960s, 1970s - A flet of UH-1D helicopters fly high above the fields of Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
CIRCA 1960s - Telegraph lines are put up in the American West in the 1800s, to resounding celebration (as depicted in 1961).
CIRCA 1960s - A pro-Vietnam War rally is held in Wakefield, Massachusetts, where people wave American flags.
1955 Montgomery, AL.  Martin Luther King Jr address reporters about The Montgomery Bus Boycott and Rosa Parks. View of downtown Montgomery Alabama. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Film Print
CIRCA 1967 - American troops bomb Viet Cong holdings, and machine gunners fire from helicopters.
1960s: UNITED STATES: people dance at party. Bottles of cola on conveyor belt
CIRCA 1960s - Teens roller skate and play field hockey in 1967.
1969. Historical Footage of the NASA Apollo 11 Launch On an Old Retro TV. Sepia Tone. Elements of this video furnished by NASA.
CIRCA 1963 - Civil rights organizers are shown with crowds at the Washington Monument and signs are readied for the March on Washington.
1960s: Farmers work in field. Man holds blighted potato. Man picks up bag and walks away. Ship in port.
CIRCA 1965 - As allied forces patrol their part of the wall through Berlin, children in West Berlin draw with chalk nearby and on the other side.
CIRCA 1965 - A diverse population crosses intersections in Las Vegas, Nevada at night and during the day.
CIRCA 1965 - Americans work as teachers, secretaries, scientists, and construction workers.
1960s: UNITED STATES: close up of flames in test. Test site preparation of spacecraft
CIRCA 1960s - As Sheikh Zayed eats with his men under a tree in the desert, a narrator solemnly proclaims that the old Arab customs have died.
CIRCA 1967 - Bulldozers and wrecking balls are used for urban renewal projects in New York City, Boston, Pittsburgh and Hartford.
CIRCA 1960s - National Guardsmen are called in to help quell the Watts riots and race riots in Detroit in the 1960s (narrated by Bob Hope).
CIRCA 1962 - Men make calls and put in orders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in Manhattan, New York.
CIRCA 1965 - Pioneering aviator Billy Parker flies one of the gliders he invented in 1915.
1960s: Martin Luther King Jr. leads a march in Alabama. Protestors hold US and UN flags. Photograph of King speaking, with mug shots. Letters and a canceled check for King.
CIRCA 1967 - Medical research links air pollution to many diseases, including cancer, for Americans living in cities.
CIRCA 1962 - US Navy ships are seen to block Cuba from receiving Soviet weapons, and Castro puts his military on alert to fight back.
CIRCA 1960s - Violence and resistance to integrated education exemplified at Little Rock, Arkansas, during the Civil Rights Movement.
CIRCA 1964 - Ethiopian Abebe Bikila wins the marathon run at the summer Olympics hosted in Tokyo, Japan.
CIRCA 1967 - Israeli troops attempt to take over Sinai and approach the Suez Canal during the Six-Day War.
CIRCA 1963 - In his speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Martin Luther King speaks on the importance of faith.
CIRCA 1963 - Huge crowds are gathered to hear Martin Luther King's speech at the March on Washington.
1969 Cape Canaveral, FL. Ultra Slow Motion of Apollo 11 Rocket Launch Pad after Rocket had Departed. Afterburn 1000 FPS Slow Motion. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Film Print
CIRCA 1967 - US Navy and USAF planes bomb Viet Cong holdings.
1969 Cape Canaveral, FL. Ultra Slow Motion of Apollo 11 Rocket Launch. American Pride as the letters USA revealed in 1000 FPS Slow Motion. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Film Print
CIRCA 1963 - JFK is seen waving to crowds from his car and with his wife Jackie Kennedy as the narrator mourns his passing.
CIRCA 1960s - Early 1960s footage of scientists in a lab improving U.S. Army vehicles through research and development.
Archival footage shows American suffragettes marching and campaigning for their rights (narrated in 1961). (1960s)
CIRCA 1960s - A cartoon Sir Isaac Newton considers reaction, force and speed, as apples fall on his head, in the 1600s.
CIRCA 1960s - The U.S. Army responds to the needs of El Salvador after an earthquake by supplying food, medicine and medical units in the 1960s.
CIRCA 1960s - Montage of archival Apollo 8 footage for the 50th anniversary, part 1
1960s: film slate clapper board. IBM data tape machine with reel to reel system. Data tape reels spin. Machine buttons illuminate. Pneumatic air pumps.
CIRCA 1965 - Louis Armstrong plays the trumpet and sings for LBJ's inauguration.
CIRCA 1963 - JFK gives a speech explaining that racism is a moral issue, and how despite the Emancipation Proclamation being a hundred years old.
CIRCA 2019 - US Coast Guardsmen use a remotely operated vehicle to begin recovering the Coimbra shipwreck.
CIRCA 1960s - Civilian scientists and engineers work for a military ordnance core laboratory in the 1960s.
CIRCA 1960s - Detroit is a city of people who finish what they start, especially when it comes to fundraising and charity during the 1960s
CIRCA 1969 - Neil Armstrong takes the first step on the moon and says "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
CIRCA 1965 - The Liverpool Football Club defeats Leeds United, and the trophy is bestowed upon the winning team by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
1960s: UNITED STATES: young people drink cola in car. Girl on telephone drinks bottle of coke. People in pool on sunny day
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