President Johnson Answers Critics On Vietnam… 1966

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Location: Princeton University, United States of America / USA

Story about President Lyndon B. Johnson receiving an honorary degree from Princeton University and speaking about US policy in Vietnam.

VS. President Lyndon B. Johnson in cap and gown walks in procession at Princeton University...

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Cataloguer:
Matt
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
89702
Sort Number:
UN 4137 E
Time in/Out:
01:57:45:00 / 01:59:54:00
Canister:
UN 4137 E
Film ID:
3202.26
Issue Date:
1966

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