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Gonzales Report [Guantanamo Bay Naval Base]

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Table of contents 
  •  Beginning of program 
  •  History of the base 
  •  Outlining 1934 treaty, also mentioning 1903 treaty 
  •  About the layout and functions of the base 
  •  Cuban surveillance of base 
  •  Summing up 
  •  Mentions film from trip to Guantanamo Bay that he's hoping to show on next program 
 
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Title:Gonzales Report [Guantanamo Bay Naval Base]
Identifier:e_hbg_0075
Description:Weekly public address from Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez to his constituents in Bexar County, Texas. Presented as the second in a series of three, with continued discussion on "the cuban situation." Gonzalez states that the base has recently become an emotionally charged issue and provides an overview of the base and its history, emphasizing that the 1934 treaty gives the U.S. the right to use the base. He also talks about the implausibility of Cuba attacking the base. Black and white picture with sound. Leader reads, "Gonzales-705, 185-12 (English)."
Country:United States
City:Washington (D.C.)
Date:circa 1962-1967
CreatorGonzalez, Henry B.
Location:2004-127/341, reel 12
Source:Gonzalez (Henry B.) Collection
Language:en
PublisherDolph Briscoe Center for American History
Rights:Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Original Format:black-and-white film; sound tracks, 16mm