Anti-communist exiles find freedom and new work in America
Washington, United States of America
EXILES FROM COMMUNISM IN AMERICA
Anti-communist exiles find freedom in America: M.S. Ex Vice Premier of Yugoslavia, Vladimir Matchek and Dr George Dimitrov, Chief of Bulgaria's anti-communist underground, together in Washington. Dome of the Capitol in the background. C.U. Matchek. C.U. Dimitrov. M.S. Ferenc Nagy, Hungarian, writer in the garden of his farm at Herndon, Virginia, with wife and two children. M.S. Nagy carrying milk bottles on his farm. S.C.U. Nagy milking one of his cows. S.C.U. Nagy at wheel of tractor. M.S. Rear view of Nagy ploughing. S.C.U. Stanislaw Mikolajczyk, Ex Polish government. C.U. Ditto. M.S. Hand holding photograph of Jonas Cernius, ex-Lithuanian Chief of Staff, dressed in uniform of the 'old days'. M.S. Jonas Cernius at home. M.S. Cernius leaves his home in Newark, New Jersey, to go to his new job as engineer. MS Cernius entering his plant. MS Cernius at work at a mica shaping machine. CU Ditto, rear view. CU Front view.
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