• Short Summary

    YUGOSLAVIAN PRESIDENT TITO, BEGAN HIS SECOND DAY TO SANTIAGO, IN THIS CITY BY LAYING A WREATH AT THE MONUMENT OF CHILIEAN NATIONAL HERO, GENERAL DON BERNARDO O'HIGGINS.

  • Description

    SANTIAGO, CHILE (SEPTEMBER 24, 1963) (REUTERS)

    ESTABLISHING SHOTS MONUMENT OF "GENERAL DON BERNARDO O'HIGGINS"
    WREATH
    GUARD OF HONOUR
    FIRST TO INSPECT GUARD PRESIDENTE OF THE REP. CHILE "JORGE ALESSANDREI RODRIGUEZ"
    ARRIVAL OF TITO / LAYS WREATH / STANDS TO ANTHEM / GUARD OF HONOUR MARCHES
    REACTIONS ONLOOKERS ETC.
    MORE OF GUARD.
    TITO LEAVES SUPREME COURT OF JUSTICE
    TITO ENTERS MINISTRY OF FOREIGN RELATIONS
    TITO TOURS NATIONAL CONGRESS CHAMBERS
    TITO MEETS WITH PRESIDENT OF THE REP. & SENATORS
    TITO RECEIVED BY THE PRES. OF THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES.

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    Background: YUGOSLAVIAN PRESIDENT TITO, BEGAN HIS SECOND DAY TO SANTIAGO, IN THIS CITY BY LAYING A WREATH AT THE MONUMENT OF CHILIEAN NATIONAL HERO, GENERAL DON BERNARDO O'HIGGINS.STREETS ON THE APPROACH TO THE SQUARE WERE LINED WITH RAINSOAKED CHILIEANS.

    THE YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT WAS JOINED IN THE CEREMONIES BY CHILE PRESIDENT JORGE ALESSANDREI RODRIGUEZ, MILITARY CHIEFS AND MEMBERS OF THE GOVERNMENT.THE GUARD OF HONOUR FROM THE MILITARY SCHOOL MORE UNIFORMS IN THE MANNER OF THE PRE-WORLD WAR I RUSSIAN OFFICERS.AFTER THE THIRTY MINUTE CEREMONY, TITO LEFT FOR THE SUPREME COURT BUILDING, AND A RAPID TOUR OF THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, NATIONAL CONGRESS, SENATE AND CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA2T0BQH0A3E4OHDZVZJE5TB31V
    Media URN:
    VLVA2T0BQH0A3E4OHDZVZJE5TB31V
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    28/09/1963
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    MP4
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:05:14:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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