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Pastor From Germany

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Abstract
Street of one of the cities of Germany. Passer-by. Peace fighter, Lenin Prize laureate Pastor M. Niemeller is walking down the street, working in his office. Family photo of Pastor Niemeller in the uniform of a military officer (photo), in the clothes of the pastor. Service in the cathedral (photo). The pastor talks with young people (photo), blesses the newborn (photo). A German soldier takes an oath (synchronously in German). Soldiers and priests greet Hitler. Pastor Niemeller in the death camp (photo). The pastor talks with a journalist after his release, talks with D. Nehru, Russian clergy (photo). The police disperse the demonstrators. Demonstration in defense of Vietnam. American planes are dropping bombs. The murdered child. Pastor Niemeller is speaking. Niemeller among the demonstrators, handing out leaflets (photo). Hamburg newspaper "Die Zeit" with a statement in connection with the political situation in Central Europe, published by M. Niemeller. German tanks are passing by, missiles are passing by, planes are flying. NATO military maneuvers.
Director
A. Zenyakin
Color
B&W
Film ID
24723
Keywords
social and political movement
, religion
, printing
, military organizations
, wars and conflicts of the 2nd half of the 20th century
, borbazamir
Meterage
286
Number of Parts
1
Operators
A. Zenyakin, A. Koloshin
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1968
Sound
Has Sound

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