HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS ENTERING USA Dramatic images of Jewish, WWII refugees/survivors entering the USA and reuniting with their families. The refugees waving from the arriving ship; one woman on deck is crying. The travelers carrying bundles off the ship. A packed room of relatives anxiously waiting the refugees' arrival. CU of one woman yelling to an offscreen relative. A man controls an elderly woman, wailing in the crowd. CU of two women showing the concentration camp tattoos on their forearms. Amazing images of the survivors running and reuniting with awaiting relatives. CU's of emotional family members embracing. A smiling man reunited with children. A man ecstatically kissing a relative. A man crying as he reunites with family.
WWII 'SEPARATION DAY' WWII soldiers at a "Separation Center" completing their duty at a ceremony. A group of uniformed soldiers listen to a commander making a speech. Officers saluting and shaking the commanders hand in front of a large, waving, American flag. The soldiers receiving their certificate of completion. The smiling officers happily waving their hats and certificates in the air. Marching soliers leaving with their certificates.
BUSH SENIOR, GORBACHEV AND KOHL MARK BERLIN ANNIVERSARY George Bush Sr, Mikael Gorbachev and Helmut Kohl marking the 10th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The three men waving from a balcony and making speeches inside a theater. Citizens on street standing and waving behind barricades. Exterior of host building in Berlin with crowds of people and a German flag. A broken segment of the Berlin Wall with applauding crowd.
Date: November 8, 1999 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:26:00, No Audio
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