Free Chinese leader Chiang-Kai Shek is elected for a third term in office.
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Taiwan, Formosa. Free Chinese leader Chiang-Kai Shek is elected for a third term in office.
LS Street scene in Taipei. MS Passengers arrive at railroad and bus depot in Taipei. CU Ditto. MS Street traffic in Taipei. LS General scene on campus of National Taiwan University. MS Students walking through campus. LS Pan activity in machine shop. CU Operations at lathe. CU Lathe operator. LS Truck bodies lined up at automobile plant. LS Rice paddies during planting. MS Rice planting.
LS Ext. Taipei's City Hall, where the more than 1400 delegates from China gathered. LS Overhead inside hall as delegates give standing ovation to President Chiang Kai-Shek as he arrives with his wife. Pan to delegates applauding. LS Pan, delegates and Chiang Kai Shek raise hands taking oath to support the Constitution. Pan to press photographers. CU Vice President and Premier Chen Cheng, President Chiang Kai Shek and Madame Chiang Kai Shek listening to opening address by Mo Teh-hui, President of the Yuan Examination. CU Chiang Kai Shek. High overhead shot of delegates. LS Overhead shot as President Chiang Kai Shek moves to stage to address assembly. MS Group listening to address. MS Chiang speaking. LS President Chiang Kai Shek leaving rostrum and receiving ovation from delegates.
LS Int. City Hall as National Assembly convenes for balloting - March 21, 1960. Delegates in their seats. Officers on dais as election begins. CU Officers on dais. CU Ballot boxes being prepared. CU Delegates. LS Delegates walk to dais to vote. MS Delegates entering voting booths to cast ballots. CU Voting booths during balloting. MS Ballots are deposited in ballot boxes. MS Delegates register to vote. CU Votes being cast. CU Tally board registering votes.
LS President Chiang Kai Shek in military uniform walking over bridge at his home in Taipei. CU Chiang Kai Shek, MS President following his second son Chiang Wei-kuo, with Chief aide General Wu. MS In the gardens of their Taipei home are Vice President Chen Cheng and his wife. CU Flower bed. VS of crowds celebrate victory with firecrackers.
Old record suggests material dates from around 28/03/1960.