The U.S. Pavilion at an Industrial exhibition in West Berlin's central exhibition site.
Berlin West Germany Date:1950, October Duration:2 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A scientific exhibition at the United States' pavilion at West Berlin's central exhibition site. People lined up at the entrance to USA exhibit. Exterior view of the U.S. Pavilion. U.S. flag flies at the building and signs reading: "United States" and "ERF" are displayed above the building. Signs in the pavilion read: 'ATOM' and 'George C. Marshall - Haus'. People assembled to watch the exhibition. People lined up on stairs. U.S. representatives demonstrate how a nuclear fission assembly works, with simulated fuel and control rods and an instrument for reading radiation levels. A technician demonstrates how radioactive materials can be handled remotely, in a laboratory, using a robotic machine to manipulate delicate glass funnels and bottles. An inflatable laboratory suit is demonstrated, that one could crawl out to and work in while in a toxic environment.
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