Western Germany: the land and the people

United States, 1954

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The industrial, agricultural and commercial life of Western Germany is shown in relationship to the dense population, natural resources, and relatively infertile soil of this area. The importance of coal, trade, and synthetic products in the industrial development of this country is shown against the background of its present-day economy.


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Coronet Instructional Films






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