Harry S Truman, Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill discuss the problems related to Germany in Potsdam Conference, Berlin.
Berlin Germany Date:1945 Duration:3 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
Reconstruction of the buildings in Berlin. Men at a farm cultivate crops. The wreckage of the IG Farben plant. The German soldiers speak to an officer. A German war criminal. The rail goes on for the criminal. People burn Nazi books. The people stand around the burning books. . The people read a poster on a wall. General Dwight D. Eisenhower of the US, Marshal Georgy Zhukov of the Soviet Union and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery of the UK sign a joint agreement. The three of them stand together. The U.S. Capitol building. The foreign ministers get down the steps. Aerial view of the United States. The delegates including U.S. President Harry S. Truman, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Joseph Stalin and UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill seated around a table during the Potsdam Conference. They discuss the problems. A close up of Truman looking into some documents. Stalin smokes a cigarette. The delegates discussing problems. The funeral ceremony of the President. The soldiers fire guns. Truman attends the ceremony. Churchill in a vehicle. Truman gets off an aircraft. Delegates in the Potsdam conference. Newspaper headlines reads Russian declares war on Japan. The first A bomb explosion. The newspaper headlines about the war. Truman, Stalin and delegates at the Potsdam Conference. A flag of the U.S. and people celebrate the victory. Newspaper headlines about the Japanese surrender.
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