Various West Berlin officials speak at a freedom rally to protest against the Soviet blockade in Berlin, Germany.
Berlin Germany Date:1948 Duration:5 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'Berlin calls on the world' about protests against the Soviet blockade in Berlin, Germany. German civilians on the streets. People gathered in front of the bomb damaged Reichstag. A large number of people gather for a freedom rally. German political activist Franz Leopold Neumann addressees the crowd. People applaud. Acting Mayor Friedenberg speaks into a microphone during the rally. Chairman of the City Assembly Dr. Seward speaks that people in East Berlin do not enjoy any freedom. Gustaf Hinch of the Independent Trade Movement speaks. Carl Konnitzer representing street car workers, city assemblyman Rudolph Markovit and Joachim Lipschutz present. Discharged official of the Eastern Sector Ernest Reuter speaks.
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