Vale Roosevelt 1945

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    Full title reads: "VALE ROOSEVELT".


    Close up shot of the American flag at half mast.

    Several shots of the late American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt seated at desk signing Lease Lend Bill. Close up shot of President Roosevelt signing a document.

    Headlines of American newspapers 'Jap War'. President Roosevelt signing declaration of war, a large group of men standing behind him.

    Roosevelt talking from dais in Ottawa, Canada (natural sound).

    Several shots of Roosevelt, Britain's Prime Minster Winston Churchill and Leader of the Soviet Union Joseph Visarionivich Stalin with several military officials behind at conference in Teheran. Close up shot of President Roosevelt.

    Roosevelt speaking in U.S. Congress on when the war will end (natural sound). Several more shots of Roosevelt as he speaks.

    Several shots of Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill at Yalta conference. Close up shot of President Roosevelt. More group shots of Jalta conference.

    Close up shot of President Roosevelt sitting in front of microphone, talking (natural sound). He blesses all at the end.

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    01:21:28:00 / 01:23:55:00
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