Raw footage of interviews with Western journalists and Sovietologists, relating to the death of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in 1953, and to subsequent political change and de-Stalinization in the Soviet Union. Used in production of The Death of Stalin, a documentary film produced by the National Broadcasting Company, and of a sequel film, The Rise of Khrushchev. Includes transcripts of the interviews and of the finished programs.
Archive/Manuscript — 106 ms. boxes, 92 motion picture film reels.
Motion picture film, 1958-1963, relating to the Cuban revolution of 1959, political conditions in Cuba, Cuban-American relations, and the Bay of Pigs invasion of 1961; and video tapes of West German and East German television news programs, 1989, relating to political change in East Germany, the movement for German reunification, and the opening of the Berlin Wall.
Radio interview conducted by Clark M. Eichelberger, director of the American Association for the United Nations, and broadcast by the National Broadcasting Company, relating to activities of the United Nations. Sound use copy available.
Proceedings and reports of the United Nations Conference on International Organization. Includes sound recordings of proceedings, recorded by the National Broadcasting Company; photographs of delegates to, and scenes at, the conference; and printed copy of the Charter of the United Nations. Sound use copies of selected sound recordings available.