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John F. Kennedy in Berlin 6/26/63 at podium to make his famous Berlin Speech
ws large crowd of Germans waving hankerchiefs and cheering for President Jfk John F. Kennedy
ms JFK and French President Charles DeGalle
cu President John F. Kennedy smiles at podium before Berlin speech
ws huge crowd on Berlin street await speech cheer and clap for JFK
Kennedy listens to intro by in German by General Clay German is interpreted on the spot for JFK
German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer speeks before Kennedy
JFK makes his way to the podium
John F. Kennedy begins his famous Berlin speech to roaring crowd
JFK pauses while his speech is interpreted for German spectators
CU General Lucius Clay
President John F. Kennedy continues his Berlin Speech " Two Thousand years ago...."
JFK's famous " Ich Bin Ein Berliner " line
CU JFK who apologies for his bad German and speech continues
JFK "Communism is an evil system..let them come to Berlin " speech continues with shots of massive cheering crowds in the streets and on the rooftops
slow wide shot pan of large audience of German spectators listening to JFK speech
ws crowd on rooftops and on balcony's
JFK ends his speech " I take pride in the words ich bin ein Berliner "
John F. Kennedy is led from podium at end of Berlin speech
Freedom Bell sounds as JFK signs book of the city
crowd leaves at end of sppech
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