Sound (English?), b&w, 27? min. The Council of Europe in Strasburg, France—what it is, what it does, how it works—as seen through the eyes of its staff of simultaneous interpreters. Paul-Henri Spaak of Belgium presides. France's Paul Reynaud, Germany's von Brentano and Britain's Robert Boothby speak during a session on European unity. Robert Schuman (France), Premier de Gaspari (Italy) and Chancellor Adenauer (Germany) solemnly declare their intention to form the European Coal and Steel Community. (Paul-Henri Spaak of Belgium is seen but not heard.) This informative look-in on the Council in its early days—when it had only advisory functions—takes on historic significance as the Continent moves toward making it a European Parliament. At this point, it is unknown whether this is Version One or Version Two of COUNCIL OF EUROPE, or neither. Further research is needed.