Dr Ferdinand Friedensburg, Vice-Mayor of Berlin addresses the City Assembly in Berlin.
Berlin Germany Date:1948 Duration:2 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
City of Berlin during the Berlin Blockade. Wrecked buildings and ruins. Reichstag in the background. Several important buildings and landmarks. People standing at a corner. One-legged man talks to another man. People cross a street. Workers in a steel mill. Workman uses acetylene torch. Machines in the mill. Woman worker closes gates to a subway entrance. Streetcars going into car barns. A housewife lights a stove jet. Night: lights go out in homes. Several vehicles passing by on darkened street. Man operates a copying machine powered by a bicycle. Prints of clothes designs emerge from the printer as girl pedals. A German sets plants in garden. The wrecked Brandenburg Gate. Policeman in car speaking into microphone. Police car pulling away. Meeting of the City Assembly. Dr Ferdinand Friedensburg, Vice-Mayor of Berlin, makes a speech. He talks about his hopes for the clearance of the present situation.
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