Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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Bullitt Says Soviet Plans Attack On U.S.
Senate War Comm Hears Charges Against Sen. Bilbo
Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, William C. Bullitt, shown as he May 1, 1947 told the House Un-American Activities, in Washington, that the Soviet Union would already have dropped an atomic bomb on the U.S., if it had one and we didn't. His daughter Anne sits beside Mr. Bullitt.
left: Two views of "Dream House, Junior" which stands on an island in an artificial lake on the Mississippi farm owned by Senator Theodore G. Bilbo. Right: "The Man" Bilbo as he listened to testimony before the Senate War Investigating Committee hearing charges he accepted money and gifts for influencing war contract placements.
President Of Mexico Addresses U.S. Congress
Scene in the House Chamber as Pres. Miguel Aleman of our sisterly republic, Mexico, spoke to a joint session of U.S. Senators and Representatives during Washington visit. In background, I., Sen. Vandenbert, and r., Rep. Martin. Inset: Close-up of Pres. Aleman acknowledging applause.
Chambers Faces Hiss In Communist Investigations
Alger Hiss (standing right) and Whittaker Chambers (standing left) face each other at a dramatic hearing of the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities. In center, pointing at Chambers is Chief Investigator Stripling. Question committee is trying to answer is which man lied about Communist connections.
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Gen. Eisenhower Reports To Congress
General Dwight D. Eisenhower, supreme commander of the military forces of the Allied Powers in Europe, tells Congress his conferences with leaders of 13 member nations established their readiness to supply troops to fight a Russian attack, but they all need arms and war materiel from America.