Berlin Blockade Lifted & Joy In Berlin Reel… 1949

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    (reel 4) LS. Elevated shot crowd at mass meeting of anti-Communists. LS. Franz Neumann, SPD Chairman, addressing the meeting. LS. Elevated shot of the meeting. SCU. Louise Schroeder, acting ex-Mayor of Berlin, waving to crowd. MS. Section of crowd waving back. LS. Elevated shot of the meeting. CU. Man type in crowd. LS. Elevated shot massed meeting. SCU. Pan long types in crowd. LS. Airlift 'plane still flying overhead. MS. Types in crowd. (3 shots). CU. A banner flying. CU. Angle shot banner with slogan on. MS. The balcony of the West Sector's Town Hall with banners with the Berlin Coat of Arms flying from it and police and others standing on it. LS. Elevated shot Berlin pan down to massed crowd in the Town Hall Square. LS. Massed crowds seen behind flying banner. LS. Massed crowds. (2 shots). LMS. Franz Neumann speaking from rostrum. MS. Crowd clapping. LS. Massed crowd. MS. Women in crowd waving. LS. Pan massed crowd. LS. Massed crowd. SCU. Louise Schroeder. LS. Franz Neumann addressing crowd. LS. Crowd. LS. Part of the Town Hall building and crowd. CU. Male type in crowd. LS. Massed crowd. MS. People in crowd. LS. Group of men in audience on top of a vehicle. MS. People in crowd. LMS. Boys walking along street carrying flags. CU. Youths in crowd. CU. Man and woman types. LS. Elevated shot massed crowd. MS. Banners outside the Town Hall. LS. Pan round massed crowds. CU. Man, woman and small boy in crowd. CU. Two men in crowd.

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