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1953 - President Eisenhower, Speech: Chance For Peace, to Newspaper Editors. 16Apr53 Pt1 of 2

Reel Number: 221777-07-P1

Color: Black and White

Sound: SD

Year / Date: 1953

Country: USA

Location: DC,Washington

TC Begins: 06:54:01

TC Ends: 07:01:04

Duration: 00:07:03

NOTE: FOR ORDERING See: www.footagefarm.co.uk or contact us at: Info@Footagefarm.co.uk 1953 - President Eisenhower, Speech: Chance For Peace, to Newspaper Editors. 16Apr53 Card 1 of 2 NOTE: Sound track on this reel is unusable. Audio will have to be found & synchronized to be useful or used silently. These two cards (one reel) are only first part of speech. Standing applause as Eisenhower to lectern & acknowledges applause, John Foster Dulles applauding & his opening remarks. 06:56:54 “In this spring of 1953 the free world weighs one question above all others: the chances for a just peace for all peoples. To weigh this chance is to summon instantly to mind another recent moment of great decision. It came w/ that yet more hopeful spring of 1945, bright w/ the promise of victory & of freedom. The hopes of all just men in that moment too was a just and lasting peace. The 8 years that have passed have seen that hope waver, grow dim, & almost die. And the shadow of fear again has darkly lengthened across the world. Today the hope of free men remains stubborn & brave, but it is sternly disciplined by experience. It shuns not only all crude counsel of despair but also the self-deceit of easy illusion. It weighs the chances for peace w/ sure, clear knowledge of what happened to the vain hopes of 1945. 06:58:11 “In that spring of victory the soldiers of the Western Allies met the soldiers of Russia in the center of Europe. They were triumphant comrades in arms. Their peoples shared the joyous prospect of building, in honor of their dead, the only fitting monument - an age of just peace. All these war-weary peoples shared too this concrete, decent purpose: to guard vigilantly against the domination ever again of any part of the world by a single, unbridled aggressive power. This common purpose lasted an instant & perished. The nations of the world divided to follow two distinct roads. The United States & our valued friends, the other free nations, chose one road. The leaders of the Soviet Union chose another. The way chosen by the United States was plainly marked by a few clear precepts, which govern its conduct in world affairs. 06:59:18 “First: No people on earth can be held, as a people, to be an enemy;, for all humanity shares the common hunger for peace & fellowship & justice. Second: No nation's security & well-being can be lastingly achieved in isolation but only in effective cooperation w/ fellow nations. Third, any nation's right to a form of government & an economic system of its own choosing is inalienable. Fourth, any nation's attempt to dictate to other nations their form of government is indefensible. And fifth, a nation's hope of lasting peace cannot be firmly based upon any race in armaments but rather upon just relations & honest understanding w/ all other nations. In the light of these principles the citizens of the United States defined the way they proposed to follow, through the aftermath of war, toward true peace. This way was faithful to the spirit that inspired the United Nations: to prohibit strife, to relieve tensions, to banish fears. This way was to control & to reduce armaments. This way was to allow all nations to devote their energies & resources to the great & good tasks of healing the war's wounds, of clothing & feeding & housing the needy, of perfecting a just political life, of enjoying the fruits of their own toil. Continued on card 2 of 2... American Society of Newspaper Editors; Cold War; NOTE: Two cards 06:54:01 - 07:04:56 sold at per reel rate. Sound track on this reel is unusable. Audio will have to be found & synchronized to be useful or used silently. These two cards (one reel) are only first part of speech. NOTE: FOR ORDERING See: www.footagefarm.co.uk or contact us at: Info@Footagefarm.co.uk

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