Continuing his exhaustive West German tour President Bayar today left Berlin for Hamburg by plane.?
GV.Pan President Bayar - Escort, arrive at TEMPLEHOF - BERLIN.
SV. President Bayar shaking hands with Officer.
Top V. President and Party walking towards stairway of plane.
SCU. Pan From Welcome sign to President coming aboard plane.
Tr. Shot. Plane leaving airfield.
Air View Over Berlin.
Air View Ditto.
GV. V.I.Ps. awaiting President's arrival at Hamburg Airport, hostess pushing stairway in foreground.
SV. Mayor of Hamburg and Party.
SCU. President Bayar being greeted by Mayor and party.
CU. President Bayar is presented with a bouquet of flowers.
LV. President Bayar shaking hands with Government Officials.
Side V. President and party passing camera.
SV. President Bayar entering car.
LV. flags flying from Hamburg's Town Hall.
LV.Int. President Bayar signing the Golden Book.
SCU. President Bayar receives a copy of the historical book of Turkish-German friendship.
LV.EXT. Pan down Town Hall to President Bayar and party.
GV. Of Crowd.
SCU. President Bayar shakes hands with Mayor and enters
GV. President Bayar and party arriving at Hamburg Harbor
SV. President Bayar shakes hands with Naval Officer before going aboard.
GV. Boat leaving harbour.
CU. President Bayar seated at back of boat.
LV. Flag flying from stern.
SCU. Man wiping sea water from President Bayar's coat.
LV. Boat passing shipyard.
SV. President Bayar and party.
Angle V. Workers waving from ship as President Bayar stops ashore.
SV. President Bayar shakes hands with Officials.
LV. President Bayar and party walking towards.
SCU. President Bayar passing camera.
SV. Women workers.
Top V. INT. President Bayar and party walking through workshop.
CU. President Bayar talking to worker.
Top SV. Ditto.
GV.EXT Pan from crane to President and escort leaving BOSS shipyard.
SV.PAN. President Bayar and party leaving building, he waves hand to onlookers.
CU. President Bayar talking to elderly Turkish lady, she kisses the President on check.
CU. Turkish Woman waves as President leaves.
GV. New shipyard at KIEL.
GV. PAN. Motor torpedo boats in harbour.
LV. President Bayar arriving.
CU. President Bayar talking to Naval Officers.
LV. Sailors cast off and boat pulls away.
CU. Sailor waving flag.
SV. Officers on boat.
GV. Crowds lining harbour.
CU. President Bayar looks through glasses.
GV. Motor torpedo boats in distance.
GV. Motor torpedo boats following.
CU. Pan from Turkish flag to motor torpedo boats. Travelling at 40-Knots.
Top V. President holding hat.
GV. Boat speeding - flag fluttering.
CU. President Bayar wearing woollen hat looking through glasses.
LV. Motor torpedo boats travelling fast.
LV. Showing Naval types on board.
GV. Motor torpedo boats returning to harbour.
SV. President Bayar talking to Naval Officers.
CU. Naval types.
LV. President Bayar leaving Motor torpedo boats, shakes hands with Naval Officers.
SV. President Bayar walks to car.
GV. Naval salute from ship.
Travel Shot. President driving back through Kiel.
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Background: Continuing his exhaustive West German tour President Bayar today left Berlin for Hamburg by plane. A ceremony at Templehof airport was the prelude to his departure from the city.
After the usual welcoming formalities at Hamburg airport, the President went to Hamburg's Rathaus, where he subscribed to the Golden Book of the city of Hamburg.
Next a tour by boat of Hamburg harbour...a dull, cheerless and blustery day...and a visit to the famous Blohm and Voss shipyards.
In the afternoon President Bayar visited the Turkish community in Hamburg and spoke with several of its members.
Then on to Kiel by car, and, first, a visit to the city hall. (Here he was affectionately received by an old Turkish lady who had been resident in Germany for 40 years.)
Next, a visit to the Kiel shipyards. Followed by a fast-moving trip on one of Germany's magnificent motor torpedo boats. At some 40 knots an hour, the President experienced the full force of wind and flying spray, and it wasn't long before he substituted a seaman's woollen cap for his trim felt hat (which he nearly lost several times in the gale) The Baltic was not in a particularly friendly mood today.
The day's programmed ended with a visit to the International Students Hostal in Kiel.
President Bayar is due to leave for home on May 16th.