United Nations Security Council meeting on Berlin crisis.
Palais De Chaillot, Paris.
Several shots of British delegates in the UN, Sir Alexander Cadogan and Mr Hector McNeil, talking to American delegate, Dr Phillip Jessup, before the session. Photographers seen. MS. Mr Andrei Vyshinsky, Soviet delegate, arriving. SCU. Alexander Parodi, French delegate speaking - natural sound, French. He is saying that the French Government accepts Berlin resolution. He also mentions Soviet Union several times. LS. Corner of conference table. Parodi on extreme left. MS. Parodi speaking. Sir Alexander Cadogan speaking - natural sound. He is speaking on the British Government's attitude to the Berlin resolution. LS. Conference table with Vyshinsky speaking - natural sound, Russian. He is saying that the German Mark used in Western zone cannot be used in Soviet zone, then calls the other countries to respect the document signed in August 1948, which, according to him, only Soviets respect. CU. Vyshinsky speaking. LS. Conference, table panning around. Dr Phillip Jessup speaking - natural sound. He is speaking on the Soviet's intention to veto the resolution before the assembly and continues about their attitude towards Berlin problem.
Date found in the old record - 01/11/1948. Natural sound only.