Interview With Khruschev's Son-In-Law 1964

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    Dusseldorf, Germany

    GV. Exterior of the offices of German newspaper "Rheinische Post". CU. Tape deck in action. VS. In an office in the newspaper building the press gather around for S.O.F. interview with Alexej Adshubej who is the editor and son-in-law of Mr.Khruschev. He declines a lot of questions but answers a few. VS. Mr. Adshubej arriving at the Office of Chancellor Erhard but is refused admission. MS. Mr.Khruschev in open car driving through crowds. Aerial shots of plane formations, soldiers marching. (Comb. F.G.)

    Note: Interviewee is ADSHUBEJ,A. EDITOR OF SOVIET NEWSPAPERS & SON-IN-LAW OF MR. KHRUSCHEV. Language throughout is German.

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    James
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    79885
    Sort Number:
    UN 3919 D
    Time in/Out:
    01:08:22:00 / 01:10:01:00
    Canister:
    UN 3919 D
    Film ID:
    2695.03
    Issue Date:
    1964
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