Fox Movietone News Collection. 1957 - 1963. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 1957 - 1963. Movietone News, Vol. 42, No. 49


Fox Movietone News Collection. 1957 - 1963. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 1957 - 1963. Movietone News, Vol. 42, No. 49


Part 1, Air Force Secretary Douglas and General White award diplomas to Air Academy graduates and they throw hats. Part 2, General Davidson and Ambassador Lodge present diplomas to West Point graduates; one marries. Part 3, Belgian King Baudouin deplanes in Brussels, greets King Leopold and others, parades through the city, holds a press conference Part 4 shows scenes of D-Day's Normandy invasion, Generals Eisenhower and Bradley, bombs bursting, troops advancing. German Prisoners of War, and a victory parade in Paris. Part 5, horse racing: Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Mother Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, and Prince Philip attend the Epsoin Downs Derby.

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