During his trial in March, Adolf Eichmann will answer charges of the wartime mass murder of Jews from a bullet-proof glass "cell" in the court.
GV.PAN. In workshop to men working on booth.
CU. Man working on frame.
SV. Men placing iron frame which houses bullet proof galss.
SV. Men placing frame on base.
SV. Inspector with police officer study booth.
CU. Looking at plan.
CU.PAN. From plan to inspector talking.
LV. Man measuring frame.
CU. Man measuring glass.
SV. Man carrying glass to frame.
SV. Engineer checking fed for translations on transmitter.
SV. Woman police man officer with transistor receiver.
CU. Woman police officer placing ear-phones on head.
CU. Engineer tuning in.
GV. Engineer testing equipment.
SEE ALSO PROD. 0560 ON PREPARATIONS IN JERUSALEM COURT ROOM.
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Background: During his trial in March, Adolf Eichmann will answer charges of the wartime mass murder of Jews from a bullet-proof glass "cell" in the court. At police workshops in Jerusalem, Jan 25, this protective booth was seen under construction.
Tests were also being carried out on the intricate electrical apparatus, to feed translations in seven languages to some 250 journalists following the proceedings.
The trial building has a cable office capable of sending 100,000 words a day. There will also be two broadcasting booths for correspondents reporting the trial direct to stations aboard.