83-year-old Dr. Adenauer, the West German Chancellor, received Prime Minister Macmillan and other members of?
GV German Embassy.
CU Embassy sign.
SV Von Brentano arrives.
SV Dr. Hill ditto.
SV Duncan Sandys ditto.
SCU Macmillan arrives-greeted by German Ambassador.
LV Macmillan enters Embassy.
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SV Dr. Adenauer leaves waves to crowed, enters car.
CU Pennant on car.
GV. Carl leaves.
CU Street sign 'Hyde Park Gate'.
CV Adenauer's car outside Churchill residence.
SV Pressmen outside No. 28.
LV Adenauer leaves.
GV Car away.
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Background: 83-year-old Dr. Adenauer, the West German Chancellor, received Prime Minister Macmillan and other members of the Government at the German Embassy, November 18, the second day of his visit to Britain. Among those at the reception were the two Foreign Ministers, Herr von Brentano and Mr. Selwyn Lloyd, and bidding the guests farewell afterwards was German Ambassador Herr von Herwarth.
Later, Dr. Adenauer paid a visit to Sir Winston Churchill at his London home at 28 Hyde Park Gate. The visit was to have taken place the day before, but was postponed as Sir Winston, who is nearly 85, was indisposed. Dr. Adenauer spent about 40 minutes with his host, who today was in better health.
The talks, November 17, between Dr. Adenauer and Mr. Macmillan were said to have resulted in good progress being made, and were to be continued at Chequers, the Prime Minister's country residence, in the evening on November 18. The two statesmen have been discussing Summit talks, disarmament and Britain's relations with the European Economic Community, to which West Germany belongs.