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General Sir Frank Simpson

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"Participants: Gen. Sir Frank Simpson, retiring commandant, British Imperial Defense College, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Peter Dimick. Topics: Atomic weapons for defense; the Belgian Fabric National Rifle; Federal Republic of Germany and Great Britain in the European Defense Community; communists in Southeast Asia, Suez, India, Pakistan; and Anglo-American relations."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, February 5, 1954 (200LW566).
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1954
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Leslie Knox Munro

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"Participants: Leslie Knox Munro, New Zealand Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Hardy Burt and Eugene DeKuth. Topics: New Zealand's opposition to the spread of communism in the Pacific, Britain's recognition of People's Republic of China, New Zealand's recognition of Formosa, New Zealand's opposition to rearming Japan, and New Zealand beef and its impact on the American market."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, March 2, 1953 (200LW634).
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1953
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Thor Thors

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"Participants: Thor Thors, Icelandic Chief Delegate to the United Nations, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Location, size, population, historical background, and chief industries of Iceland; relations between the United States and Iceland; and the Communist Party in Iceland."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, May6, 1953 (200LW607).
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1953
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Paul Martin

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"Participants: Paul Martin, Canadian Minister of Health and Welfare, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliot Haynes. Topics: Increased prosperity, economic and population growth in Canada, comparison between U.S. and Canadian standards of living, problems of immigration, heavy taxation, lack of social services in Canada, and strained relations between the United States and Britain."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, May 15, 1953 (200LW585).
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1953
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Sayed Amjad Ali

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1953: "Participants: Sayed Amjad Ali, Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Pakistan's relations with India and the United States and the deterioration of relations between the Moslem nations and the United States."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, May 18, 1953 (200LW587). 1954: Pakistan's request to America for military assistance.
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1953
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You Chan Yang

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"Participants: You Chan Yang, South Korean Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: Geneva Conference for the reunification of Korea, South Korean view of U.N. recognition of the People's Republic of China, and South Korean relations with Japan."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, March19, 1954 (200LW468).
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1954
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Theodore F. Green (1952)

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"Participants: Senator Theodore F. Green (D-RI) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: The United Nations as an instrument for peace, the investigations of communism in the United Nations, and Green's evaluation of President Truman."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, December 3, 1952 (200LW617).
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1952
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Gastone Guidotti

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"Participants: Ambassador Gastone Guidotti, Permanent Observer to the United Nations for Italy, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Present situation in Trieste, communist strength in Italy, Italy's attitude toward eventual recognition of the People's Republic of China, and expansion of East-West trade."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, May 19, 1954 (200LW606).
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1954
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Manlio G. Brosio

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"Participants: Manlio G. Brosio, Italian Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Assessment of Italian Communist Party, strength of neofascists in Italian politics, Italian-Yugoslav relations and United States-Italian relations, trade agreements, and need for effective economic planning to erase social inequalities in Italian society."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, March 18, 1955 (200LW535).
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1955
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Walter H. Judd

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"Participants: Representative Walter H. Judd (R-MN), House Foreign Affairs Committee, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: U.S.-China relations, the strategic importance of Formosa, opposition to U.N. recognition of the People's Republic of China, and assessment of the "domino" theory of the communist threat to Southeast Asia."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, July 26, 1954 (200LW637).
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1954
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Paul Henri Spaak

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"Participants: Paul Henri Spaak, Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Defeat of the European Defense Community, rearmament of Germany, communist situation in Europe, and effect of recent American elections on Europe."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, November 5, 1954 (200LW501).
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1954
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Patricia Hornsby-Smythe

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Participants: Patricia Hornsby-Smythe, Member of the British Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Health, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topics: The British National Health Service Program and rearmament of Germany."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, October 12, 1953 (200LW562).
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1953
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James P. Richards

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"Participants: Representative James P. Richards (D-SC) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Bill Downs. Topics: Need for cooperation between the legislative and the executive branches of government in foreign affairs; foreign aid funds; U.S. foreign policy objectives in the Far East; and impressions received from visits to Formosa, Indochina, and India."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, January 7, 1955 (200LW511).
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1955
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Mohammed Ali

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"Participants: Mohammed Ali, Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Pakistan-Kashmir issue, American capital investments and trade between Pakistan and the United States, People's Republic of China, the Soviet Union, and India."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, April 23, 1952 (200LW82).
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1952
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W. Averell Harriman

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"Participants: W. Averell Harriman, former Director of the Mutual Security Agency, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Interpretation of the current Soviet peace initiatives and evaluation of the Eisenhower administration."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, May 25, 1953 (200LW436).
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1953
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Interview With Frederick G. Dutton, 1981 [electronic resource]

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Fred Dutton was Special Assistant to US President John F. Kennedy at the time President Kennedy considered committing resources to Vietnam. He characterizes Kennedy as a cautious man, but one who for strategic reasons wanted to stem the spread of communism in Asia. However, Dutton says this was far down Kennedy's list of priorities, well below domestic issues. Dutton is critical of those who would take Vietnam out of the context of all other issues faced by the President, such as the need to appear strong following the Bay of Pigs. He also discusses the thinking behind the President's appointing Averell Harriman to coordinate Southeast Asia policy at the State Department.
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1983
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The Irish R.M.: Series 1

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The trials and tribulations of Major Sinclair Yeates, a retired English army officer who becomes a justice of the peace in Ireland during Ireland's independence from Britain. Based on the classic Anglo-Irish stories penned by Somerville and Ross.
DVD
2004; 1982
Clemons (Stacks)
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The Irish R.M.: Series 2

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Set in the late 19th Century during the reign of Queen Victoria, this is a comedy bristling with mistrust between the Irish and the English in Ireland.
DVD
2004; 1985
Clemons (Stacks)
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The Company

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Depicts the global power struggle between the U.S. and the Soviet Union, told from the viewpoint of CIA and KGB spies. Spans four decades, from the dawn of the Cold War in the 1950s to the downfall of the Soviet Union in the '90s. Trace the activities of the CIA's underground fight with the KGB and where three CIA agents must find out the moles in their own ranks before every operation in an unrelenting battle within the organization itself.
DVD
2007
Clemons (Stacks)