Nikita Khrushchev on television and radio after the division of Berlin, Germany; life in the city being divided by Berlin Wall
Berlin Germany Date:1961 Duration:3 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The divided city of Berlin, Germany soon after World War II. People listening to television and radio. Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev seated at desk and speaking into microphone. Refugees arriving into West Berlin. Stockpile of coal. Warehouse full of butter. The warehouse loaded with bags of cement. East German soldiers with armored vehicles on guard by the Brandenburg Gate. East German armored water tank trucks in front of Brandenburg Gate spraying water at the West German photographers and onlookers. East Germans constructing concrete Berlin Wall. People in West Germany waving to people looking out of window of an apartment house in East Berlin; as they are separated from each other at time of a family Wedding. A child and a woman cry as they wave. Two British armored cars escorting a boy on a bike as he passes from one sector to another to get to and from school. Crowds of West Berliners yelling at guards on East Berlin side in protest. Soldiers at border.
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