Full title reads: "Colorado. 'The Gold Rush of 1933'. President Roosevelt's new gold purchase policy brings 'boom' conditions to derelict mines throughout the country."
Cripple Creek, Colorado, United States of America (USA).
Pan across wide valley. Various shots of old gold mine workings...
President Franklin D. Roosevelt opens the impressive Boulder Dam on the Colorado river.
A Student Rag in Bradford, Cyclists at a Service of Remembrance, Mussolini watching show Jumping, The Church Lads Brigade, Admiral Byrd's return and Dorothy Hyson's wedding.
American President Franklin D. Roosevelt visits Colorado on his train to try and win the people's vote. America (USA).
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
New officers receiving diplomas at US forces graduation day across America.
New York political reporters put on a satirical show called 'Big Applesauce', lampooning Roosevelt and Lehman.
French newsreel item looking back at events of 1930s.
Presentation of award to Babe Ruth from the 'Baseball Fans of Washington DC'.
French leader General Charles De Gaulle in America.
Khruschev visits FDR's home, Empire State Building and Stock Exchange in New York.
King George VI & Queen Elizabeth meet President Roosevelt in Washington DC.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in the USA - cuts from 39/48 and 39/50.
A very fast paced look back over the twenty years 1914-1934 focusing on war and revolution.
President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill make Christmas speeches in Washington.
Film stars join FDR's campaign during presidential election in USA.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on State Visit to United States of America.
King and Queen visit President Roosevelt in Washington.
The American President and Canadian PM meet to sign treaties at the White House.
General MacArthur presents the President with a captured Japanese sword.
President Roosevelt travels on the American warship Houston through the Panama Canal.
President Roosevelt makes a rousing speech about sending materials to aid the democracies.
Roosevelt's famous 'date which will live in infamy' speech declaring war on the Japanese.
President Roosevelt calls for civilians to do their all to help the defence of America.
President Roosevelt at Thanksgiving dinner of the Warm Springs Infantile Paralysis Foundation.