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Newsreel coverage of the second inauguration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1957 was shown courtesy of the Eisenhower Presidential Library. The video, produced by the Senate Recording Studio, features highlights of President Eisenhower's second inauguration. The official oath was taken in private at the White House because January 20th fell on a Sunday in 1957. The next day, Monday January 21st, a public inaugural ceremony was held. This video also shows highlights of the parade and balls...
Topics: eisenhower, mamie, white house, washington, richard nixon, massachusetts, burma, georgia, humphrey,...
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Newsreel footage of President Harry Truman's inaugural ceremony on January 20, 1949 was shown courtesy of the Truman Presidential Library. The U.S. Army film features highlights of President Truman's only inauguration ceremony. He became president in 1945 upon the death of Franklin Roosevelt. In 1948, he was elected, defeating Thomas Dewey in a race many thought he wouldn't win. Sponsor: White House,U.S. Capitol | East Front
Topics: harry s. truman, washington, truman, missouri, white house, mankind, national captioning institute,...
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This Joint Congressional Inaugural Committee and Naval Photographic Center film details the time-honored events that take place on presidential inauguration day. Documenting the January 20, 1969 Richard Nixon inauguration, the film shows planning meetings and the construction of the ceremony platform, then chronicles the day beginning with the White House meeting between outgoing President Johnson and incoming President Nixon. The narrator describes the sequence of events, the order of guest...
Topics: white house, mankind, richard nixon, johnson, richard milhouse nixon, nixon, john mccormack,...
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Movietone News and the U.S. Information Agency produced this compilation of highlights for foreign audiences. Beginning with President-elect Kennedy's departure from his Georgetown home to meet President Eisenhower at the White House, the film shows portions of the inauguration ceremony, the parade, and ends with a fireworks display, scenes from an inaugural ball, and the swearing-in of President Kennedy's cabinet. Sponsor: U.S. Information Agency
Topics: kennedy, white house, john fitzgerald kennedy, johnson, eisenhower, dwight eisenhower, mr. kennedy
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.Chris DeRose talked about Star Spangled Scandal: Sex, Murder, and the Trial that Changed America. In his book he recounted the murder of Francis Scott Key's son, Philip Barton Key, by New York U.S. Representative Daniel Sickles in 1859. Sponsor: Gettysburg Heritage Center
Topics: washington, sickles, buchanan, new york, d.c., daniel sickles, barton, new york city, teresa,...
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Historian Mark DePue discussed the 1945 Battle of Iwo Jima and the strategic importance of the island to both the American and Japanese forces during World War II. He recounted eyewitness soldier testimonies and detailed the military maneuvers of the month-long campaign. The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: Lincoln (Abraham) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: navy, pacific, formosa, tokyo, okinawa, kuribayashi, depue, smith, macarthur, nevada, pearl harbor,...
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The National World War II Museum hosted an online panel discussion on efforts to document the more than 22,000 Chinese Americans who served in the U.S. armed forces in World War II. Speakers included an author of a book on the subject, a researcher who assisted her efforts, a Chinese American Vietnam War Veteran, and the daughter of one of the 22,000 veterans. They also discussed Chinese American contributions to the war effort and the impact of their service in integrating into broader...
Topics: tyler, samantha, china, hawaii, frank, idaho, mississippi, samantha, chinatown, elaine, san...
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University of Delaware professor Zara Anishanslin taught a class about how colonial history is remembered through historic sites and monuments, and sometimes contested. She argued that people's assumptions about Colonial America are influenced by material and popular culture, including paintings depicting early American history in the U.S. Capitol and statues of Columbus and Pocahontas. This video was provided by the University of Delaware. Sponsor: University of Delaware
Topics: columbus, plymouth, jamestown, landon carter, plymouth rock, virginia, richmond, williamsburg,...
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We travel to Kansas City, Missouri to learn about the National World War I Museum and Memorial, built to preserve the history of what was then called "The Great War" and to honor the Americans who served. Our guide is Matthew Naylor, president & CEO of the site. April 6, 2017, marks the centennial of U.S. entry into World War I. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV,National World War I Museum and Memorial
Topics: australia, kansas city, france
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Scholars discussed how the Civil War press commemorated soldiers in newspaper illustrations, obituaries, prisoner of war accounts and solicitations to fund monuments. This session was part of an annual symposium on the 19th-century press and the Civil War hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The school provided this video. Sponsor: University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Topics: quinn, antietam, harper, pennsylvania, leslie, brady, south carolina, frank leslie, washington,...
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James Wilkinson fought in the American Revolution and later served as commanding general of the U.S. Army and first governor of the Louisiana Territory. Yet, in 1811, accused of spying for the Spanish Empire, he became the highest ranking official in U.S. history ever to face an espionage trial. Retired CIA investigator Howard Cox, who is writing a book on Wilkinson, detailed the controversial career of the accused, and recounted the trial's questionable proceedings, which saw Wilkinson...
Topics: wilkinson, spain, jefferson, howard, washington, shuan, frederick, new orleans, louisiana, mexico,...
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Former Second Lady Lynne Cheney and former presidential adviser Karl Rove reflected on the George W. Bush administration. Sponsor: Rancho Mirage Writers Festival
Topics: cheney, white house, susan, washington, dick, dave, hubbard, bush, pentagon, cia, david, eddie,...
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One million women from 50 different countries married American servicemen during and immediately after World War II. Erin Coggins, a high school teacher from Alabama, talked about these war brides and their experiences both during the war and after moving to the U.S. The Friends of the National World War II Memorial hosted this discussion as part of its annual teachers conference and provided the video. Sponsor: Friends of the National World War II Memorial
Topics: World War II War Brides, Television Program
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Washington University in St. Louis professor Peter Kastor led a discussion comparing several first ladies' memoirs from Sarah Polk to Michelle Obama. He and his class talked about subjects covered in most first ladies' memoirs and how they differ from those written by presidents. Sponsor: Washington University in St. Louis
Topics: kastor, michelle obama, white house, edith wilson, george w. bush, hillary clinton, obama, nixon,...
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This Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and including his third inauguration ceremony and parade on January 20, 1941. Sponsor: Castle Films
Topics: roosevelt, washington, kastor, franklin delano roosevelt, navy
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Newsreel coverage of the second inauguration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1957 was shown courtesy of the Eisenhower Presidential Library. The video, produced by the Senate Recording Studio, features highlights of President Eisenhower's second inauguration. The official oath was taken in private at the White House because January 20th fell on a Sunday in 1957. The next day, Monday January 21st, a public inaugural ceremony was held. This video also shows highlights of the parade and balls...
Topics: mamie, white house, washington, richard nixon, eisenhower, massachusetts, humphrey, pennsylvania,...
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Newsreel footage of President Harry Truman's inaugural ceremony on January 20, 1949 was shown courtesy of the Truman Presidential Library. The U.S. Army film features highlights of President Truman's only inauguration ceremony. He became president in 1945 upon the death of Franklin Roosevelt. In 1948, he was elected, defeating Thomas Dewey in a race many thought he wouldn't win. Sponsor: White House,U.S. Capitol | East Front
Topics: harry s. truman, washington, truman, kentucky, pennsylvania, white house, mankind, missouri
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This Joint Congressional Inaugural Committee and Naval Photographic Center film details the time-honored events that take place on presidential inauguration day. Documenting the January 20, 1969 Richard Nixon inauguration, the film shows planning meetings and the construction of the ceremony platform, then chronicles the day beginning with the White House meeting between outgoing President Johnson and incoming President Nixon. The narrator describes the sequence of events, the order of guest...
Topics: mankind, washington, richard nixon, johnson, white house, pennsylvania, richard milhouse nixon
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Movietone News and the U.S. Information Agency produced this compilation of highlights for foreign audiences. Beginning with President-elect Kennedy's departure from his Georgetown home to meet President Eisenhower at the White House, the film shows portions of the inauguration ceremony, the parade, and ends with a fireworks display, scenes from an inaugural ball, and the swearing-in of President Kennedy's cabinet. Sponsor: U.S. Information Agency
Topics: kennedy, white house, john fitzgerald kennedy, johnson, eisenhower, richard nixon, dwight...
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One million women from 50 different countries married American servicemen during and immediately after World War II. Erin Coggins, a high school teacher from Alabama, talked about these war brides and their experiences both during the war and after moving to the U.S. The Friends of the National World War II Memorial hosted this discussion as part of its annual teachers conference and provided the video. Sponsor: Friends of the National World War II Memorial
Topics: england, john f. kennedy, new york, britain, peggy, erin coggins, montana, mary
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Washington University in St. Louis professor Peter Kastor led a discussion comparing several first ladies' memoirs from Sarah Polk to Michelle Obama. He and his class talked about subjects covered in most first ladies' memoirs and how they differ from those written by presidents. Sponsor: Washington University in St. Louis
Topics: kastor, michelle obama, white house, george w. bush, edith wilson, hillary clinton, obama, carter,...
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Muscogee (Creek) Nation curator John Beaver showed us the restored 1878 council house in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, which was taken from the tribe in 1907 but reacquired in 2010. Mr. Beaver discussed the tribe's roots in Alabama and Georgia, their forced removal to the West, and the struggle to maintain their new lands and sovereign government. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: oklahoma, okmulgee, national council, tulsa, muskogee nation, porter, washington, roosevelt,...
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Historians discussed the role and reception of ethnic and immigrant troops during the Civil War. They talked about German, Irish, and African American soldiers as well as the newspapers that served these communities. This session was part an annual symposium on the 19th century press and the Civil War hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The school provided this video. Sponsor: University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Topics: douglass, chancellorsville, boston, gettysburg, frederick douglass, massachusetts, keller,...
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National World War II Museum oral historian Hannah Dailey talked about "atomic veterans" -- servicemen assigned to nuclear bomb tests and clean-up -- many of whom suffered long-term health issues from radiation exposure. The program included interview clips with four of these veterans. The National World War II Museum hosted this discussion and provided the video. Sponsor: National World War II Museum
Topics: hannah, pacific, kate, navy, ken holmberg, national association, atomic veterans, keith kiefer,...
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Jeffrey Engel talked about his book "When the World Seemed New," in which he examines George H.W. Bush's foreign policy initiatives at the start of the post-Cold War world. Sponsor: Southern Methodist University | Center for Presidential History
Topics: europe, bush, reagan, nato, george bush, gorbachev, germany, jeffrey, china, berlin, soviet union,...
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Author Alexandra Finley spoke with the co-editors of the Journal of the Civil War Era about her book, "An Intimate Economy: Enslaved Women, Work, and America's Domestic Slave Trade." Ms. Finley detailed how she chose the enslaved women profiled in her book and how she researched their complicated relationships and work within the slave trade. The Journal of the Civil War Era provided this video. Sponsor: [Journal of the Civil War Era]
Topics: alexandra, masur, new orleans, pennsylvania, richmond, corinna hinton, sarah connor, virginia, mary...
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This Castle Films newsreel summarizes the life of President Franklin Roosevelt up to and including his third inauguration ceremony and parade on January 20, 1941. Sponsor: Castle Films
Topics: roosevelt, washington, new york
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Historian Garrett Peck talked about his book, "The Great War in America: World War I and Its Aftermath." He chronicled how the war impacted Americans as well as societal issues such as Prohibition, women's suffrage and race riots. The Smithsonian Associates hosted this event. Sponsor: Smithsonian Associates
Topics: wilson, germany, france, washington, europe, d.c., woodrow wilson, versailles, china, harry truman,...
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Miller Center presidential studies director Barbara Perry discussed Jackie Kennedy's time as first lady. Ms. Perry argued that as an ambassador and style icon Jackie Kennedy actively developed symbols and images of the Kennedy presidency, a crucial part of their legacy. The White House Historical Association hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: White House Historical Association
Topics: white house, kennedy, mrs. kennedy, washington, stewart, kennedys, caroline, barbara, perry,...
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Susan Ford Bales, daughter of President Gerald Ford & Betty Ford, talks about the Ford family's time in the White House with former ABC News White House correspondent Ann Compton. They focus on first lady Betty Ford and her impact on American society. The White House Historical Association hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: White House Historical Association
Topics: susan, white house, virginia, betty ford, washington, china, d.c., nixon, alexandria, carter,...
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Located in Charleston harbor, Fort Sumter was still held by Union forces in April 1861, despite South Carolina's secession in 1860. National Park Service historian Mark Maloy described the events of April 12, 1861, when Confederate guns around the harbor opened fire on Fort Sumter. This talk was part of a symposium on "The War in the East" hosted by the "Emerging Civil War" blog. Sponsor: Emerging Civil War
Topics: charleston, anderson, charleston harbor, south carolina, morris, morris island, virginia, moultrie,...
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A curator and a historian from the State Department's U.S. Diplomacy Center used a selection of artifacts from their collection of more than 7,000 to tell the diplomatic history of the United States. The artifacts will be featured in the U.S. Diplomacy Center Museum, which is connected to the U.S. State Department. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV,Department of State | U.S. Diplomacy Center
Topics: katie, alison, berlin, nixon, khrushchev, bethlehem, moscow, germany, iran, vietnam, harry gilmore,...
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A curator and a historian from the State Department's U.S. Diplomacy Center used a selection of artifacts from their collection of more than 7,000 to tell the diplomatic history of the United States. The artifacts will be featured in the U.S. Diplomacy Center Museum, which is connected to the U.S. State Department. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV,Department of State | U.S. Diplomacy Center
Topics: alison, katie, germany, france, crocker, united states of america, britain, syria, new york,...
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This is the final film in a monthly series produced by the Naval Photographic Unit to document the activities of President Lyndon B. Johnson between 1964 and 1969. LBJ reflects on his time in office in speeches, ceremonies and events. He honors the Apollo 8 astronauts, dedicates the Hirshhorn Museum of Art, awards several Medals of Honor, holds his final cabinet meeting, delivers a State of the Union address, and witnesses the inauguration of Richard Nixon. The film also covers the First Lady,...
Topics: johnson, mrs. johnson, white house, vietnam, reagan, washington, mankind, pacific, earl g. wheeler,...
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President Dwight Eisenhower spoke to the nation in a farewell address. The address, sometimes referred to as the "Military-Industrial Complex Speech", is considered by some to be one of the most significant speeches of the Eisenhower presidency. Sponsor: White House
Topics: The Presidency President Dwight Eisenhower Farewell Address, Television Program
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On January 14, 1981, President Jimmy Carter delivered a farewell address to the nation, thanking his staff and the American people for the opportunity to serve, warning about the continuing threat of nuclear war, and expressing hope for the promotion of democracy and protection of human rights around the world. Sponsor: White House
Topics: Reel America President Carter Farewell Address - 1981, Television Program
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In his final weekly radio broadcast, President Ronald Reagan reflected on the eight years he served and the end of his administration. Sponsor: White House
Topics: Reel America President Reagan Final Weekly Radio Address - January 14, 1989, Television Program
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At the end of his second term, President Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan said goodbye to staff in the East Room of the White House. Chief of staff Kenneth Duberstein, the first lady's press secretary Elaine Crispen, and director of the presidential comments and greetings office Joan DeCain also made remarks. Sponsor: White House
Topics: mrs. reagan, reagan, white house, washington
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The 1936 Olympic Games were held in Berlin, Germany despite concerns about the racist Nazi government and Adolf Hitler. In an event hosted by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, participants discussed Hitler's objective to showcase the so-called "master race," and the experiences of black and Jewish athletes who decided to participate in the games. The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum also provided the video for this online event. Sponsor: U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
Topics: 1936 Berlin Olympics - Defying the "Master Race", Television Program
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Gary Younge talked about his book, "The Speech: The Story Behind Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Dream," in which he examines Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream Speech," delivered during the March on Washington on August 28, 1963. Mr. Younge spoke with political science professor Jeanne Theoharis. Sponsor: New School University
Topics: king, kennedy, jackson, washington, franklin mccain, clarence jones, north carolina, mississippi,...
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On August 28, 1963 the U.S. Information Agency filmed the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and produced a documentary for foreign audiences. By law, USIA films could not be shown in the United States until twelve years after their original production. The National Archives recently restored the film and posted it to their YouTube channel. Sponsor: U.S. Information Agency
Topics: washington, kennedy, abraham lincoln
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Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: king, birmingham, alabama, texas, tennessee, virginia, germany, mr. connor, california, atlanta,...
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Stanford University professor Clayborne Carson talks about civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.'s upbringing and chronicles his early career as a reverend. Professor Carson's class took place at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta - where MLK and his father were both pastors. The class was part of a three-week seminar that included field trips to visit civil rights historic sites. Sponsor: Stanford University | Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
Topics: martin, williams, martin luther king, george kelsey, atlanta, morehouse, morehouse, king, bob...
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Historian Taylor Branch, author of a trilogy of books on the civil rights era, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Parting the Waters: America in the King Years, 1954-63," spoke about the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. The event took place at the University of Memphis Holiday Inn and was part of a series of events hosted by the National Civil Rights Museum commemorating the 50th anniversary of MLK's assassination on April 4, 1968. Sponsor: National Civil Rights Museum
Topics: king, memphis, taylor, atlanta, washington, brown, georgia, birmingham, friedman, yankees, julian,...
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President George H.W. Bush delivered his State of the Union Address. President Bush tried to reassure Americans that the U.S. would win the war in the Persian Gulf and overcome domestic economic problems. On the domestic front, he promised to put the recession "behind us" and resume "the largest peacetime economic expansion in history." Sponsor: U.S. Senate,White House,U.S. House of Representatives
Topics: iraq, kuwait, washington, mankind, united nations, europe, george h. w. bush, germany
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President George H.W Bush addressed the nation from the Oval Office following the joint military attacks against Iraq that had begun earlier in the evening. President Bush stated that the U.S. had no other choice than to attack Iraq to remove Saddam Hussein from Kuwait. He said no ground troops were involved in the current military conflict. The U.S.' objective in the Persian Gulf was, President Bush said, to restore the legitimate Kuwaiti government and allow freedom in Kuwait. An air attack...
Topics: kuwait, saddam hussein, united nations, iraq, george h. w. bush, europe, baghdad, c-span
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Former President George H.W. Bush's longtime chief of staff talked about the man she knew. Jean Becker worked for Mr. Bush starting shortly after he left the White House and up until his 2018 death. The Kansas City Public Library hosted this program. Sponsor: Kansas City (MO) Public Library
Topics: bush, texas, clinton, jean, houston, cia, george clooney, maine, white house, obama, baker, barbara...
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Jeffrey Engel talked about his book "When the World Seemed New," in which he examines George H.W. Bush's foreign policy initiatives at the start of the post-Cold War world. Sponsor: Southern Methodist University | Center for Presidential History
Topics: bush, europe, nato, gorbachev, reagan, george bush, berlin, germany, china, soviets, khrushchev,...
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President George H.W. Bush delivered his State of the Union Address. President Bush tried to reassure Americans that the U.S. would win the war in the Persian Gulf and overcome domestic economic problems. On the domestic front, he promised to put the recession "behind us" and resume "the largest peacetime economic expansion in history." Sponsor: U.S. Senate,White House,U.S. House of Representatives
Topics: george h.w. bush, iraq, kuwait, washington, mankind, saddam, persian gulf, united nations, europe,...
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Former White House Chiefs of Staff John Sununu and Andrew Card offered insights into White House responses to major events, such as the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union and 9/11. Mr. Sununu served under President George H.W. Bush, and Mr. Card served under President George W. Bush. They compared the leadership styles of father and son. Knollwood Estate and the Dublin Area Republican Committee hosted the event. Sponsor: Dublin Area GOP
Topics: george bush, gorbachev, george h.w. bush, george w. bush, white house, sununu, bush, george herbert...
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Former President George H.W. Bush's longtime chief of staff talked about the man she knew. Jean Becker worked for Mr. Bush starting shortly after he left the White House and up until his 2018 death. The Kansas City Public Library hosted this program. Sponsor: Kansas City (MO) Public Library
Topics: bush, texas, jean, clinton, houston, bandar, george clooney, cia, maine, white house, obama, d.c.,...
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Jeffrey Engel talked about his book "When the World Seemed New," in which he examines George H.W. Bush's foreign policy initiatives at the start of the post-Cold War world. Sponsor: Southern Methodist University | Center for Presidential History
Topics: europe, reagan, bush, gorbachev, george bush, nato, china, berlin, soviets, germany, mikhail...
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President George H.W. Bush delivered his State of the Union Address. President Bush tried to reassure Americans that the U.S. would win the war in the Persian Gulf and overcome domestic economic problems. On the domestic front, he promised to put the recession "behind us" and resume "the largest peacetime economic expansion in history." Sponsor: U.S. Senate,White House,U.S. House of Representatives
Topics: washington, iraq, europe, persian gulf, c-span, george h.w. bush, kuwait, saddam, united nations,...
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President George H.W Bush addressed the nation from the Oval Office following the joint military attacks against Iraq that had begun earlier in the evening. President Bush stated that the U.S. had no other choice than to attack Iraq to remove Saddam Hussein from Kuwait. He said no ground troops were involved in the current military conflict. The U.S.' objective in the Persian Gulf was, President Bush said, to restore the legitimate Kuwaiti government and allow freedom in Kuwait. An air attack...
Topics: kuwait, saddam hussein, united nations, george h.w. bush, iraq, baghdad, saddam
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Former White House Chiefs of Staff John Sununu and Andrew Card offered insights into White House responses to major events, such as the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union and 9/11. Mr. Sununu served under President George H.W. Bush, and Mr. Card served under President George W. Bush. They compared the leadership styles of father and son. Knollwood Estate and the Dublin Area Republican Committee hosted the event. Sponsor: Dublin Area GOP
Topics: george bush, george w. bush, gorbachev, white house, sununu, george h.w. bush, reagan, soviet...
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Former President George H.W. Bush's longtime chief of staff talked about the man she knew. Jean Becker worked for Mr. Bush starting shortly after he left the White House and up until his 2018 death. The Kansas City Public Library hosted this program. Sponsor: Kansas City (MO) Public Library
Topics: bush, texas, maine, baker, japan, white house, navy, johnson, lincoln, cia, danny silva, reagan,...
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Former White House Chiefs of Staff John Sununu and Andrew Card offered insights into White House responses to major events, such as the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union and 9/11. Mr. Sununu served under President George H.W. Bush, and Mr. Card served under President George W. Bush. They compared the leadership styles of father and son. Knollwood Estate and the Dublin Area Republican Committee hosted the event. Sponsor: Dublin Area GOP
Topics: white house, john sununu, sununu, new hampshire, george w. bush, dublin, andrew, bush, ronald...
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Former President George H.W. Bush's longtime chief of staff talked about the man she knew. Jean Becker worked for Mr. Bush starting shortly after he left the White House and up until his 2018 death. The Kansas City Public Library hosted this program. Sponsor: Kansas City (MO) Public Library
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Jeffrey Engel talked about his book "When the World Seemed New," in which he examines George H.W. Bush's foreign policy initiatives at the start of the post-Cold War world. Sponsor: Southern Methodist University | Center for Presidential History
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President George H.W. Bush delivered his State of the Union Address. President Bush tried to reassure Americans that the U.S. would win the war in the Persian Gulf and overcome domestic economic problems. On the domestic front, he promised to put the recession "behind us" and resume "the largest peacetime economic expansion in history." Sponsor: U.S. Senate,White House,U.S. House of Representatives
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President George H.W Bush addressed the nation from the Oval Office following the joint military attacks against Iraq that had begun earlier in the evening. President Bush stated that the U.S. had no other choice than to attack Iraq to remove Saddam Hussein from Kuwait. He said no ground troops were involved in the current military conflict. The U.S.' objective in the Persian Gulf was, President Bush said, to restore the legitimate Kuwaiti government and allow freedom in Kuwait. An air attack...
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John Shaw recounted the presidential transition between Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy; from Kennedy's close election victory on November 8, 1960, to his inauguration on January 20, 1961. Sponsor: Barnes and Noble Booksellers
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Catholic University professor and former CIA historian Nicholas Dujmovic teaches a class about national intelligence during President Kennedy's administration. He talks about the Bay of Pigs, the Cuban Missile Crisis and other covert operations during the Cold War. Sponsor: Catholic University of America
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This U.S. Information Agency film produced by Movietone News documents key events in President John F. Kennedy's administration from the 1961 inauguration to the 1962 State of the Union address. Sponsor: U.S. Information Agency
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University of Mary Washington history professor emeritus William Crawley discussed the presidency of John F. Kennedy and the myths that surround him. This video is courtesy of the university and is from their "Great Lives" lecture series. Sponsor: University of Mary Washington
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Alan Price, director of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston, talked about the Kennedy Administration's efforts on women's rights. He explained that women's rights were a part of candidate Kennedy's platform and how that translated into the President's Commission on the Status of Women and the Equal Pay Act of 1963. The National Archives Foundation hosted this discussion and provided the video. Sponsor: National Archives Foundation
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John Shaw recounted the presidential transition between Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy; from Kennedy's close election victory on November 8, 1960, to his inauguration on January 20, 1961. Sponsor: Barnes and Noble Booksellers
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Catholic University professor and former CIA historian Nicholas Dujmovic teaches a class about national intelligence during President Kennedy's administration. He talks about the Bay of Pigs, the Cuban Missile Crisis and other covert operations during the Cold War. Sponsor: Catholic University of America
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Former President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917. To mark the centennial of his birth, the Smithsonian American Art Museum collected dozens of images that chronicle the life of the 35th president. Our guide is photojournalist Lawrence Schiller, the exhibit's guest curator. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV,Smithsonian American Art Museum
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This U.S. Information Agency film produced by Movietone News documents key events in President John F. Kennedy's administration from the 1961 inauguration to the 1962 State of the Union address. Sponsor: U.S. Information Agency
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University of Mary Washington history professor emeritus William Crawley discussed the presidency of John F. Kennedy and the myths that surround him. This video is courtesy of the university and is from their "Great Lives" lecture series. Sponsor: University of Mary Washington
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Alan Price, director of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston, talked about the Kennedy Administration's efforts on women's rights. He explained that women's rights were a part of candidate Kennedy's platform and how that translated into the President's Commission on the Status of Women and the Equal Pay Act of 1963. The National Archives Foundation hosted this discussion and provided the video. Sponsor: National Archives Foundation
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John Shaw recounted the presidential transition between Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy; from Kennedy's close election victory on November 8, 1960, to his inauguration on January 20, 1961. Sponsor: Barnes and Noble Booksellers
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Catholic University professor and former CIA historian Nicholas Dujmovic teaches a class about national intelligence during President Kennedy's administration. He talks about the Bay of Pigs, the Cuban Missile Crisis and other covert operations during the Cold War. Sponsor: Catholic University of America
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John Shaw recounted the presidential transition between Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy; from Kennedy's close election victory on November 8, 1960, to his inauguration on January 20, 1961. Sponsor: Barnes and Noble Booksellers
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