President Johnson Arrives In Hawaii For… 1966

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    American newsreel item. Title reads: "The Hawaii Summit"


    US President Lyndon Johnson arrives in Hawaii for talks with South Vietnamese leaders not only on the military situation but also to discuss economic and social developments.

    MS. Some of the crowd waiting at Honolulu, Hawaii for the arrival of President Johnson's plane. GV. Presidential plane taxiing in at night. Various shots of the President leaving plane on his first trip abroad as President and his first meeting with the South Vietnamese leaders. He walks across tarmac to meet General William Westmoreland, Commander of US forces in South Vietnam. General Westmoreland's teenage daughter runs up and kisses her father and also President Lyndon Johnson, who is now wearing the traditional garland of flowers around his neck that all visitors to Hawaii receive. MS. Travelling shots at night along road with crowds waving at the cars. Various shots of the President still wearing garland meeting the South Vietnamese delegation.

    Date found in the old record - 09/02/1966.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:54:17:00 / 01:55:38:00
    UN 4151 B
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    UN 4151 B
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    vietnam Vietnam- Johnson 1960s Vietnam
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