President Reagan speaks about the development of Berlin, the 1988 Olympics, and the Berlin Wall between East and West.
Berlin Germany Date:1987, June 12 Duration:3 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
President Ronald Reagan addressing people at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany. Large crowd gathers. People stand with the United States flags. Dignitaries on the platform. The flags on the platform. President comes at the podium to give a speech in front of the crowd. Crowd applauds. He talks about the 1971 agreement and that the Eastern and Western part of the city should work together for its overall development. He talks about the removal of the wall, International cooperation and about the air service to Berlin to be made more commercial and easier. He also says that the U.S. is always ready to help Berlin. He suggests programs to be organized for the young citizens of Berlin and that the 1988 Olympics should be organized in Berlin.
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