Strikes In Germany 1958

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    Strikes in Hanover and Berlin, Germany.

    L/S of train sheds, gates in foreground. L/S of two bus drivers outside the gates. General view of buses at a standstill through the gates. L/S of drivers and conductors. C/U two men, one in uniform lighting his cigarette. Shots of placards written in German, referring to strike. High angle shots of deserted station with porter sweeping. People looking at locked gates of station. C/U of girl looking at locked gates. C/U of notice through gates.

    C/U of German newspaper headlines. People walking to work. Two locals on bicycles pass the camera. C/Us of feet walking along pavement. L/S of people cycling. M/S of people climbing into back of lorry which has pulled over for them. M/S of lorry moving off with people inside waving. Several shots of vehicles lined up in garage.

    General view of old man and woman walking (in opposite directions) along paper strewn pavement. C/U of pram being pushed on paper littered pavement. General view of littered street.

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    Media URN:
    69840
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2594.28
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:39:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:57:37:00 / 01:59:16:00
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    UN 3067 E
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    UN 3067 E
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