Documentary: 1067 results

CI_20258_1
00:05:06
Jun 26, 2020
Scenes and stories from the Civil Rights Movement in Selma Alabama from 1965 to 1985.
CI_19139_2
00:18:52
Jun 15, 2020
New_York_1940s, boroughs and suburbs, the rapid transit systems, busy harbors and airports, Manhattan skyscraper offices, the Wall Street business section, stores, theaters, museums, and parks and recreation facilities
CI_20547_4
00:03:38
Jun 15, 2020
Sweden, Stockholm 1950s, airport, Pan Am, bicycles, traffic, observation platform, Katarina tower, elevator, restaurant, gondolen, town hall,
CI_18741_1
00:53:45
Jun 15, 2020
COMPILATION FILM REPORT: On conditions found in Nazi concentration camps in Germany and Belgium by advancing Allied Armies during World War II. Consists primarily of dead and surviving prisoners and of facilities used to kill and torture. Army Lt. Col. George C. Stevens, Navy Lt. E. Ray Kellogg and U.S. Chief of Counsel Robert H. Jackson read exhibited affidavits which attest to authenticity of scenes in film. Map of Europe shows locations of concentration camps in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Danzig, Denmark, France, Germany, Isle of Jersey, Latvia, Netherlands, Poland and Yugoslavia.
CI_19560_1
00:17:58
Jun 15, 2020
19560_Signing_Treaty_of_Versailles_6_28_1919. The signing of the Peace Treaty of Versailles, June 28, 1919.
CI_6000_3
00:06:12
Jun 15, 2020
Concentration Camp, Buchenwald, holocaust, extermination, bodies, death, Dachau, soldiers
CI_124_2
00:02:19
Jun 15, 2020
Nazi crimes against humanity, WWII, Concentration camps, The Shoah, The Holocaust, Auschwitz, children, gas chambers, bodies, hair, teeth, gold,shoes, eyeglasses,
CI_13086_1
00:00:24
Jun 15, 2020
Footage from the Universal Negro Improvement Association Parade that was held on August 03 1920.
CI_13086_2
00:00:21
Jun 15, 2020
Footage from the Universal Negro Improvement Association Parade that was held on August 03 1920.
CI_19705_1
00:03:25
Jun 09, 2020
March 15 1965: Throughout the nation there were marches through the streets of towns and cities in memory of the Reverend James J. Reeb, who was clubbed to death in Selma. Dr. Martin Luther King leads several thousand marchers in a demonstration for voting rights. President Johnson addresses a joint session of Congress to push the voting rights bill.