Adolf Hitler, Galeazzo Ciano and Saburo Kurusu sign the Military-Economic Alliance Pact in Berlin, Germany.
Berlin Germany Date:1940, September 27 Duration:2 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
The signing of the Military-Economic Alliance by Germany, Italy and Japan in Berlin, Germany on 27th September, 1940. Hitler welcomes delegates at the signing of the Germany-Italy-Japan alliance. A group of men led by Foreign Minister of Germany Joachim von Ribbentrop, Italian Minster of Foreign Affairs Galeazzo Ciano and Japanese delegates strides down a long, wide corridor. Same men come into a conference room. Ciano stands at a conference table. The others file in. A close up of German officers. German Chancellor Adolf Hitler comes into the room, salutes and is saluted. Hitler approaches Ciano, shakes hand, then approaches Japanese delegates. Hitler, Ciano and Japanese career diplomat Saburo Kurusu at the table with their aides standing behind them. A close up of Ribbentrop as he signs the document followed by Ciano and Kurusu. Hitler and the delegates leave the table. Hitler at the Chancellery window receives cheers of a crowd. Hitler salutes at the window and leaves the balcony
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