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Go To Germany: A Nation Welcomes President John F. Kennedy R1 Pt.3

Reel Number: 221099-03

Color: Colour

Sound: SD

Year / Date: 1963

Country: Germany,West Germany

Location: Bonn,Hanau

TC Begins: 02:20:28

TC Ends: 02:30:40

Duration: 00:10:12

Go To Germany: A Nation Welcomes President John F. Kennedy R1 Pt.3 23-25Jun63 Kennedy arrives at Ambassador’s residence in Bonn - fire dept. band playing in garden. Evening reception at Chambord Palace - Kennedy greets VIPs inc. Mayor of West Berlin - photographers - river at sunset. 02:22:25 EXT Chambord Palace - Adenauer arrives past cameramen - Kennedy motorcade arrives - bulletproof glass hood on car - JFK into Palace. Motorcade through streets past crowds - into grounds of Villa Hammerschmidt, residence of Federal Republic President Heinrich Lubke - top shot Kennedy up steps for photocall w/ Lubke & Adenauer - INT inauguration of West German Development Service - Peace Corps volunteers introduced to Kennedy & his sister Eunice Shriver. 02:25:34 EXT German Foreign Office - motorcade arrives - more crowds waving flags. INT Foreign Office - Kennedy holds conference for foreign press - “...I’m hopeful and I’m confident that our countries will work in the closest relationship with each other” - takes questions - “if the people of the United States had lost a struggle and the Mississippi River divided us, we would want to be reunited...” Kennedy into car, little girl gives him a flower. 02:28:32 Hanau Air Base - 7th Army military display to represent US forces in Europe - tanks lined up - American servicemen welcome Kennedy w/ gun salute - JFK out of helicopter w/ Vice Chancellor Ludwig Erhard & Foreign Minister Gerhard Schroeder - Kennedy’s favourite song ‘Moon River’ played over loudspeakers NB MUSIC RIGHTS MUST BE CLEARED as he reviews large display of military equipment & personnel - through rocket launchers formed into archway - servicemen & families waving. Cold War. Anti-Communism. Diplomacy. State Visits - US Presidents. Federal Republic of Germany. 1960s.

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