||Sound (French), b&w, 17 min. This issue interweaves its three stories to make a powerful plea for European integration. While officials debate the issue at the Council of Europe in Strasburg, the cross-continent journeys of a Dutch barge captain and a Danish trucker illustrate the hindrances to European prosperity: customs checks, tariff duties and paperwork at every border crossing. West Germany’s Konrad Adenauer and Britain’s Leopold Amery address the council of Europe on the need for cooperation in international trade. 1952-1953. Credits: France, Maurice Thiriet, Françoise Kiot, Jacques Letellier, Georges Regnier, Edmond Sechan; Denmark, Carl Peterson, Knut Hansen; Holland, John Ferno, Gerard Bensdorp; Germany, Harald Kubens, Herbert Fredersdorf; Italy, Nelo Risi, Francesco Vitrotti; Great Britian, Jilian Spiro, James McKechnie. Produced, edited and written by Peter Baylis, Cinetone Studios, Amsterdam, for MSA/E. See "ONE-TWO-THREE (series)" for more information.