Germany signs anti-bolshevist pact with Italy and Japan. Joachim von Ribbentrop signs treaty, speaks and?
Long view & Semi CU Ambassador Hotta (Japanese Foreign Minister) signing. Semi view & CU Joachim Von Ribbentrop (German Foreign Minister) signing. Long & semi views Count Ciano (Italian Foreign Minister) signing. CU of book showing Signatures. CU Ciano talks. CU Hotta talks. CU Ribbentrop talks.
Hotta says that he thinks the Accord will bring forth fruitful results.
Ribbentrop says that the Pact is directed against no other state and is a guarantee for the free cultural development of every nation.
Ciano says that there is no hidden purpose at all in the Pact, and is open to all.
Gen. view ext. Palace of Chigi. Gen. view intr. of delegates. Semi view pan Ciano, Benito Mussolini (Italian Leader), Hotta & Ribbentrop, and var. scenes of group talking. CU Hotta talks. CU Ribbentrop talks & CU Ciano talks.
Hotta says that by signing a protocol they have shown their determination to fight Communism. Ribbentrop says the Pact has historical importance, and that it is the aim of the Comintern to disrupt interior order of national states by means of Bolshevik propaganda.
Ciano says that the three signatories intend to stand together against Communism, and it is meant to serve the cause of peace.
Diplomacy; Joachim von Ribbentrop; Anti-Bolshevist pact; Nazi Germany; Benito Mussolini (Italian Fascist Dictator)
Background: Germany signs anti-bolshevist pact with Italy and Japan. Joachim von Ribbentrop signs treaty, speaks and poses for photocall with Italian Leader Benito Mussolini.