United States President Lyndon B Johnson meets Chief Executive of West Germany, Heinrich Lubke, at the Villa Hammerschmidt, in Bonn, Germany. He also meets with German Chancellor, Kurt Kiesinger. Also seen are U.S. Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, and German politician Willy Brandt.
U.S. President John F Kennedy going to Cologne Cathedral. Mass cheers for the President. Banner and posters on President's way. Scenes of fruit and vegetable market, people wave U.S. flags and cameramen getting ready for President's arrival. Sign showing way to Bonn and President arrives in city of Bonn. He addresses Bonn citizens and signs Golden Book of City of Bonn. Scene of a movie hall showing "PT 109". After having a busy schedule President Kennedy goes to relax. Later in the evening President Kennedy meets Ministers of States of Germany, Cabinet Ministers including Ludwig Erhard and Representatives of Churches. Various formal and informal conferences held that evening till late night. Next day President Kennedy and Chancellor Adenauer meeting held at Chancellor's office.
U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower visits Bonn, Germany. President Eisenhower arrives at Bonn during his European Tour. Flags of the United States and Germany. Dignitaries receive and greet Eisenhower as he disembarks from an aircraft at an airport. He greets the lined up officers. During his speech he declares that the United States will stand by West Berlin. Civilians wave and greet Eisenhower as his motorcade passes through a street.
U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower in Germany. President Eisenhower and his wife arrive in Bonn, Germany on a visit. A car carrying the President arrives at a building and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer gives a warm welcome to the American President. Photographers take pictures. President Eisenhower and his wife along with Chancellor Adenauer and Mrs. Adenauer.
French diplomats arrive in several American cadillac automobiles at the office of President Konrad Adenauer, in Bonn, Germany. They are greeted by German officials as they leave their cars and enter the building. A German sentry with rifle, outside the entrance, poses for the camera. Views of the German Government Building with flags of Germany and France flying side-by-side on flag poles. German President Konrad Adenauer and French Foreign Minister, Antoine Pinay, emerge from building and mingle with officials and reporters, before returning to the building.
United States President Ronald Reagan visits with West German President Karl Carstens and travels to Bonn, Germany to attend the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) conference. At the conference, a ceremony is held to welcome Spain into NATO. President Ronald Reagan speaks before the gathering about lending support to Germany. Anti-war protesters are seen marching with banners in their hands. The United States President talks about Vienna negotiations. Photographers take pictures.