Berlin - War Veterans Of Many Lands 1957

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    Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany).

    GV. Audience in General Convention of the International Veterans League applauding. SV. Mr Vincent Auriol, former President of France, addressing the gathering. SV. Professor Heuss, President of Federal Republic of Germany, looking on. SCU. Black man in audience in national costume. GV. Section of audience including Chinese delegates.

    GV. Prof. Heuss entering exhibition. CU. Pan down, painting of a man holding head. GV. Prof. Heuss standing talking to group of people. CU. Exhibit - wood carving. SV. Man watched by Prof. Heuss operating lathe. SV. Prof. Heuss watching man operating machine, man has lost his arms from just below the elbow. CU. Attachments to arms for striking typewriter keys. GV. Invalid men sitting at benches. CU. One of them with dark glasses & hearing aid. CU. Man's hands sorting screws. LV. Blind man sorting screws.

    (Lav.) (Orig. Track "E")

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    Cataloguer:
    Sanja
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    48680
    Sort Number:
    57/089
    Time in/Out:
    01:44:45:00 / 01:45:39:00
    Canister:
    57/89
    Film ID:
    1493.25
    Issue Date:
    04/11/1957
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    Religion & Politics War & Revolution
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    Art of Germany
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