Le traité conclu entre la République française et la République fédérale d'Allemagne sur le règlement de la question sarroise, signé le 27 octobre 1956 à Luxembourg, modifie le traité instituant la Communauté européenne du charbon et de l'acier, signé à Paris le 18 avril 1951.
The Saar issue is definitely resolved on 27 October 1956 in Luxembourg when Christian Pineau, French Foreign Minister, and his German counterpart, Heinrich von Brentano, sign the Treaty laying down the terms for the return of the Saar to the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG).
Produced in 1957, this documentary film illustrates how the Saar question was definitively resolved on 27 October 1956 by the signing, in Luxembourg, of the Franco-German Treaty which established the terms for the reintegration of this region in the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). The film also shows the address given to the Bundestag by Heinrich von Brentano, Foreign Minister of the FRG, on the implications of the Treaty.
The Franco-German Treaty signed on 27 October 1956 in Luxembourg settles the Saar question and provides for the political reintegration of the territory into the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) on 1 January 1957.
Protocol of 12 December 1956 for the correction of some substantive errors in the Treaty between the French Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany on the settlement of the Saar question, signed in Luxembourg City on 27 October 1956.