Posthumous Medal Of Honour For Vietnam War… 1966

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Location: Washington, United States of America / USA

Film showing President Lyndon B. Johnson presenting a Medal of Honour to the parents of Vietnam veteran Private Milton Olive III.

CU. Of the Medal of Honour. CU. Still of soldier, Private First Class Milton Olive III. He threw himself...

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Cataloguer:
Matt
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
89683
Sort Number:
UN 4134 G
Time in/Out:
01:10:28:00 / 01:11:53:00
Canister:
UN 4134 G
Film ID:
3202.07
Issue Date:
1966

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