A helicopter brought Presidents Eisenhower and De Gaulle to the American President's farm at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Apr 24, on the third day of the French President's visit to U.
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Background: A helicopter brought Presidents Eisenhower and De Gaulle to the American President's farm at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Apr 24, on the third day of the French President's visit to U.S.A. After touring the farm, the two Presidents went on to the famous Gettysburg battlefield - scene of the great battle of the American Civil War - before proceeding for talks at Camp David, Maryland.
In a joint statement issued after the talks, President de Gaulle and President Eisenhower said that they were in agreement on how they should proceed at the Summit conference in Paris next months. The statement was read in Washington by Mr Hagerty, the White House Press Secretary.
Neither Mr Hagerty nor President de Gaulle's spokesman, M. Jean Chauvau, described the talks specifically. The German problem, including Berlin, disarmament, and East-West relations are expected to be the three main subjects on the Summit agenda.