A Pastor from the Federal Republic of Germany. (1968)

Documentary №6603, 1 part, duration: 0:10:02, black-white
Production: CSDF (RCSDF)
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Director:Zenyakin A.
Screenwriters:Zenyakin A.
Camera operators:Zenyakin A., Koloshin A.
Anouncers:Khmara L.
Text authors:Ershov G.


A cinema-portrait of the pastor Martin Niemöller, a progressive figure from the Federal Republic of Germany.

Temporary description:

Street one of the cities of Germany. Passer. A fighter for peace, Lenin Prize winner Pastor M. Niemöller walking down the street, working in the office. Family photo of Pastor Niemöller in the form of a military officer (photo), in clothes of the pastor. Service in the Cathedral (photo). Pastor speaks with youth (photo), will bless the newborn (photo). A German soldier swears (synchronously in German). Soldiers and priests welcomed Hitler. Pastor Niemöller in the death camp (photo). Pastor speaks with a journalist after his release, talking with Jawaharlal Nehru, Russian clergy (photo). Police disperse protesters. Demonstration in support of Vietnam. U.S. planes drop bombs. The dead child. Says Pastor Niemöller (synchronously). Niemöller among the protesters, handing out leaflets (photo). Hamburg newspaper Die Zeit " a statement in connection with the political situation in Central Europe, published by M. Niemöller. German tanks pass, passing missiles, fly airplanes. Military maneuvers of NATO.

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