In this episode: - Rolls Royce now produce 50% more cars than five years ago- Holland: South Maluku terrorists seeking independence seize a train- The Queen’s Silver Jubilee- A historic day for Spain- Elvis Presley dies- The England cricket team
In this episode: - A mass exodus of tourists in Rhodesia- Super tanker Amoco Cadiz splits in two in heavy seas- Prince Charles parachuting- Cow chip throwing contest in Oklahoma- Switzerland: Grave robbers steal the body of Charlie Chaplin- Argentina wins World Cup
In this episode: - The Shah of Iran is driven into exile- The end of 30 years of hostility between Egypt and Israel- Top Tory MP Airey Neave dies in IRA car bomb- The annual university boat race- The deposed Prime Minister of Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto is hanged- Thatcher becomes prime minister
The USA’s fear of communism caused American troops to go into Vietnam under President Kennedy in 1961. A war fought nightly on TV, it engendered a huge anti-war movement. By 1973, Nixon had resigned and the US was forced to withdraw in 1975. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection. In this ep...