Harriman Talks With Adenauer 1961

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    Averell Harriman has talks with Konrad Adenauer. Bonn, Germany.

    Exterior MS Government building in Bonn. MS West German and American flags flying from building.

    MS pan with car as it draws up in front of building. CU German guard. Interior MS as Averell Harriman enters the building and walks towards camera.

    Exterior MS of building, with cine-cameraman in foreground. MS Harriman and Adenauer on steps of the building. MS group of cameramen. MS Adenauer and Harriman, pan down to show them shaking hands.

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    British Pathé
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    01:44:07:00 / 01:44:56:00
    UN 3465 B
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    UN 3465 B
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