Full title reads: "Germany. 'The Brotherhood of Sport'. British team does well against athletic students from all over the world in International Athletic meeting at Donustadt."
Shots of flags of many nations flying from flag poles.
Athletes march around...
Berlin celebrates 10 years of division + shots of Berliners at leisure.
Coverage of events at the Soviet based World Youth and Student Games.
International event for Deaf and Dumb athletes - a team from Nazi Germany competes.
Review of the year 1966 - Technicolor.
Parade, beer drinking and street parties mark German students' annual reunion.
Thousands of young German athletes fill a stadium for massed exercise.
Various views of the city's landmarks and inhabitants at work and play.
European athletic championship in Athens, Greece.
German peasants and Adolf Hitler attend harvest celebrations in Goslar.
Remarkable display of German athletes and gymnasts at Aachen.
Germany and Britain compete in Athletics match in Cologne.
Hitler wins election by vast majority - crowds of Germans celebrate.
Following increased success in German General Elections Nazis march through Berlin.
Opening ceremony for student games at vast arena in Italy.
Adolf Hitler makes passionate speech to assembled crowds of fascists and military at end of Nuremberg Rally. Germany.
Speed trails on the sands at Saltburn, Schoolboys off to Scandinavia, the West Ham and Arsenal teams in pre season training and Great Britain defeat Germany in an athletics match.
News in a Nutshell includes Lord Nuffield at Cycle Show, fire on S.S. Iris, and anniversary of march on Rome.
Violent riots and strikes paralyse Paris and rest of France.
West Berlin's Police force give a massive demonstration of strength in Olympic Stadium.
Great film outlining the events of 1922.
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
Russian Kochkin wins international ski racing competition.
Unemployed Nazis organise their athletic competition at Nuremberg's Stadium.
Students in Berlin march in a pageant to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the German state.