1. Close up of allied checkpoint sign, pull out to podium and crowd
2. Mid shot of old sign saying ""Help lift the Iron Curtain everywhere" pan to Jack O. Bennett, pilot who flew the first airlift to West Berlin during the blockade
3. Wide of crowd
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Charles C. Clay, Grandson of Lucius E. Clay (Military governor of American occupied zone of Berlin in 1947 who also organised the airlifts to West Berlin during the blockade):
"But it is critical. It is so critical that the past be remembered. It is thrilling and it is fantastic to remember and to celebrate the tearing down, the destruction of the wall. But it is equally important that we remember and honour the decades long struggle that resulted in the collapse of not only the wall but a system of government that was based upon the subjugation and brutalisation of its own citizens. The will and strength of the free people survives and won and for this General Clay would indeed be proud. I thank you for him."
5. Mid shot of crowd
6. Wide of Charles Clay and Rainer Hildebrandt, Manager of the Checkpoint Charlie Museum, unveiling a fragment of the Berlin wall which will be sent to Washington
7. Mid shot as Clay holds small piece of wall and smiles
8. Pan from musicians to church congregation during memorial for victims of the wall.
9. Pan from cross to musicians
10. Mid shot of priest speaking
11. Men in suits gathered round
12. SOUNDBITE: (German) German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder:
"I want to clearly show my feelings of solidarity to the people who were victims of the wall. My feelings of solidarity also go to the relatives of the victims who will never forget. And I think that we're also gathered here, as the mayor said, to learn what things can possibly happen in history and that this will never happen again - not in Germany, and not somewhere else in the world."
13. Wide shot of exhibition
14. Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder views exhibition
15. Cutaway of cameramen
16. Close up of model and pan to Schroeder leaving
17. Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder walks up to wreaths
18. Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder adjusts ribbon on wreath
Hundreds of invited guests gathered at the former Checkpoint Charlie border crossing, to mark the 40th anniversary of the construction of the Berlin Wall.
Speaking at the event was Charles C. Clay, Grandson of Lucius E. Clay, the Military governor of American occupied zone of Berlin in 1947.
Together with Rainer Hildebrandt, manager of the Checkpoint Charlie Museum, Clay unveiled a fragment of the Berlin wall which will be sent to Washington.
Earlier on Monday, there was a memorial service for an estimated one thousand people who died trying to flee to the West - 250 of them were killed at the wall itself.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder opened a new exhibition outlining the history of the wall and said "We must learn from history so that such things aren't repeated, not in Germany and not anywhere in the world."
Schroeder also marked the anniversary by laying a wreath at a memorial on Bernauer Strasse, which ran along the wall.
The street gained symbolic importance in the months after the wall went up as people jumped from windows of apartments on the eastern side to the street, which lay in the West.
Eventually, the windows were boarded up, and the buildings torn down.
But Bernauer Strasse continued to be an escape point through tunnels dug secretly beneath it.