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Eldon F. Lundquist Memorial Lecture, presented by Henry A. Kissinger
Main contributor
Kissinger, Henry, 1923-
The first Eldon F. Lundquist Memorial Lecture, presented by Indiana University at South Bend and the Indiana University Foundation. Features welcoming remarks by Gerald E. Herriman, acting chancellor and dean of faculties, Indiana University South Bend; an introduction by Hon. John Brademas, majority whip, United States House of Representatives; and a lecture by Dr. Henry A. Kissinger.
Brademas, John, 1927-2016
Indiana University South Bend
Military planning; Foreign relations
United States
IU South Bend Archives
IU South Bend Archives
Physical Description
online resource (1 video file (75 min.)) : sound, color

Betacam SP master tapes digitized in 2017-2019 through the Media Preservation and Digitization Initiative of Indiana University. Transferred earlier to VHS and DVD.

Bibliographical/Historical Note

"Inaugurating a memorial lecture series at IUSB this fall, Henry A. Kissinger warned that American security will be in jeopardy in the 1980s unless defenses are strengthened and a tougher stance is taken toward Russian use of Cuban and other 'proxies' to stir international conflict...[Kissinger] also said Russia must be made to understand it cannot have SALT II and détente while it uses 'proxies' for 'fueling crises all over the world.'"--IU South Bend Alumni News, Fall 1979

Venue/Event Date

Recorded September 14, 1979, at Northside Auditorium, Indiana University at South Bend.

Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 17462313; Other: GR00359082; Other: 3a/3/1/Box 3; MDPI Barcode: 45000000166493; MDPI Barcode: 45000000166501; OCLC: ocn1090804041; OCLC: 1090804041