Der erste Schritt 1951

Synopsis

Letter of a French student at a German politician in which she presented him the cross of merit of her father's. Back glare to the 1914-1918 war, Verdun, battle fields, cemetery. Works, a German coal mine with outdated equipment, the coal problem, imports of coal from America, the border in Europe destroyed transport difficulties in Germany, border controls images from the Ruhr area, to the 24.11.1950 students open Strasbourg, calling for the creation of a United Europe, pictures from the steel plants in Lorraine the Turnpike after. Europe is economically healthier by reducing border, by Association and modernized economy increasing the purchasing power of all.

(Source: development log Bundesarchiv Koblenz)

The need of the Economic Association of Europe (Schuman Declaration).

Source: Catalogue of German cultural and documentary films, 1953

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Persons in the Film

Schuman, Robert

Topics

Ruhrgebiet ; Verdun ; Kohle ; Europa ; Industry ; Lothringen ; 01 16 mm project ; 04 development Bundesarchiv Koblenz ; 16 see book special films German weekly show GmbH

Type

Report (G)

Genre

Report

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Title:

Der erste Schritt

Die Geschichte eines Briefes (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Year of Production:
1951

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