Mr. Khruschev Arrives In Hungary 1964

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    Location: Budapest, Hungary

    MS. Khruschev waves his hat from train doorway. MS. Group of Hungarian children. VS. Mr. and Mrs. Khruschev leave train. Soviet Premier and General Secretary of the Communist party of the Soviet Union Nikita Khruschev kisses young girl. MS. Khruschev waves from moving train. LS. Crowds at track side as train passes.

    GV. Large crowd of people waiting outside railway station in Budapest. VS. The train pulls in and Mr. Nikita Khruschev is greeted by Secretary of the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party Janos Kadar. They inspect guard of honour and wave to the crowds. They then exchange messages and shake hands. VS. Motorcade travelling through streets of Budapest.

    VS. At the meeting of Khruschev and Kadar later in the evening, and the ministers of each respective governments exchange greetings and words.

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    British Pathé
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    01:23:32:00 / 01:25:37:00
    UN 3880 E
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    UN 3880 E
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    Travel & Exploration Religion & Politics
    János Kádár
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