Tony Rollman and his role in the economic reconstruction of Europe

In this film, largely based on family audio-visual archives, director Delphine Kiefer considers the professional experience of the Luxembourger Tony Rollman in the context of the economic reconstruction of Western Europe after the Second World War. A former Arbed employee, Rollman initially worked at the Luxembourg Ministry of Food Supply before becoming a delegate of the Luxembourg Government during Marshall Plan negotiations in 1947. That same year, he became Director in Geneva of the Steel Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). In 1950, he was involved in drawing up the Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC). In October 1952, Rollman joined the High Authority of the ECSC as Director of the Steel Division and remained there until his retirement in 1964.

Quelle und Copyright

Quelle: Tony Rollman, une aventure européenne / Delphine Kiefer.- Dudelange: CNA [Prod.], 2004. CNA, Dudelange. - FILM (00:06:19, Montage, Son original).
Centre national de l'audiovisuel, Dudelange, BP 105, L-3402.

Copyright: (c) CNA 2004

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