• Short Summary

    Public outrage at the Communist executions of Imre Nagy and three associates was expressed in two places in New York today--at the United Nations and at the Park Avenue headquarters of the Soviet delegation to the United Nations.

  • Description


    LS EMBASSY
    5 ft


    2 CU'S PICKET SIGNS
    10 ft


    CU ANOTHER BROKEN WINDOW, PAN TO POLICE
    3 ft


    CU ANOTHER BROKEN WINDOW, PAN TO POLICE
    5 ft


    CU PICKETS SHOUTING
    4 ft


    SS POLICE AND PICKETS FIGHTING
    44 ft


    CU PICKET WITH HEAD BLEEDING LED AWAY
    6 ft


    CU INJURED COP
    12 ft


    COPS CAR DRIVES AWAY, MOUNTED POLICE IN BACKGROUND
    11 ft


    TWO PARADE SHOTS
    12 ft


    CROWD
    3 ft


    HS AT CITY HALL AS CAR ARRIVES
    6 ft


    MS WAGNER AND HUESS THEN THEY TAKE OFF HATS ZOO TO CU OF HUESS
    15 ft


    CROWD
    4 ft


    MS HUESS AND WAGNER AS HUESS WAVES




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    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: Public outrage at the Communist executions of Imre Nagy and three associates was expressed in two places in New York today--at the United Nations and at the Park Avenue headquarters of the Soviet delegation to the United Nations.

    At the U.N. the special committee on Hungary was called into Saturday session. Standing, from left to right, its members are Ernst Meinstrop of Denmark, R. S. S. Gunewardene of Ceylon, Mongi Slim of Tunisia, and Cesar Montero-Bustamente of Uraguay. The chairman, seated , is E. Roland Walker of Australia. For three hours the committee met behind closed doors to consider the executions. The executions show, said the committee, that a "reign of terror" still exists in Hungary--the same "rein of terror" which began when Soviet forces crushed the freedom revolt in the fall of 1956.

    The promised pickets appeared outside the Soviet headquarters at Park avenue and sixty-eight street, heelless of rain. The picketing was organized by the Federation of Hungarian Former Political Prisoners. They carried signs blaming the Soviets for the execution of Imre Nagy, Pal Maleter and the others. And they want it known that by their figuring, over two thousand political since the revolt of 1956. At the height of the picketing this afternoon about 250 marched and about 250 watched. A police force of sixty surrounded the Soviet building and there were no incidents--just the sorrowing pickets and their quiet courage.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVAERSO081WV11FCMCNE80O2OXW7
    Media URN:
    VLVAERSO081WV11FCMCNE80O2OXW7
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    23/06/1958
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:01:23:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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