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31.10.1947

Welt im Film 127/1947

Vaka, Nuremberg, totally. Viewers surround the winner. (41 m) 5th updates soon a. de Gaulle visited Algiers before French municipal elections, de Gaulle is waving through the crowd. Crowd, screen-filling. De Gaulle on lectern, half-close. War invalids
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08.02.1956

Welt im Bild 189/1956

parade. Larger than life figures and predators with wide-open mouths. 03. Cyprus: Demonstration for connection to Greece students throw stones from the roof on police officers. 04. Algiers: Demonstration of the colonial French against recall of Governor
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15.02.1956

Welt im Bild 190/1956

accompanied cars. 04. Algeria: Demonstration of the French settlers against Guy Mollet breakdown from new German newsreels 316 / 6: during the visit of the French President Guy Mollet in Algiers organize the colonial French wild riots because of the Algiers
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17.02.1956

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 316/1956

settlers against Guy Mollet during the visit of the French President Guy Mollet in Algiers wild riots because of the Algiers politics and fear of withdrawal of France from this area. Police intervene. 07. Bavaria: icebreaker on the icebreaker drive Danube
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06.04.1956

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 323/1956

orbi' (interview). 03. Algeria: French combat troop troop transports in the port of Algiers. Soldiers go by the Board. Air bridge between West and East Africa. Transport planes bring Senegalese soldiers in Algerian fighting areas. Landing. Soldiers
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17.07.1957

UFA-Wochenschau 51/1957

. Tour of the beautifully equipped mosque. 04. Algiers: acts of terrorism on 14 July burning power plant in Laghouat. Injured will be recovered. Parade in Algiers with legionaries and rider natives. Aircraft. 05. Brioni: Tito receives King Paul and Tito
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05.01.1960

UFA-Wochenschau 180/1960

forest camp. Close combat at night blindfolded. Air-raid exercise. Civilians run in shelters. (21 m) 06. Algiers: French Builder create new District new homes the "Cité Climat de France". Newly constructed building. Family in newly built apartment. (17 m
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28.03.1962

UFA-Wochenschau 296/1962

1st Algeria. Fight of the army against the OAS. -Aerial view of Algiers, div. Einblikke in streets of the casbah, and others with flags over Lane, supervision on Crouching in misery alley women m. head capes, military in the streets, including
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13.07.1962

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 650/1962

1st Algiers. Independence celebration. Various settings. cheering crowds, densely crowded, with flags wedelnd, cheerful Algerians next to Crescent flag laid on the vehicle, keep A few hand out; Group bildf., once A few veiled women, clapping hands
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29.04.1974

UFA-Dabei 927/1974

. Aerial view of Algiers. Road transport in Algiers. Talks Brandt / Boumedienne. Egypt: The pyramids of Giza. Negotiations Brandt - Sadat and of both delegations. Sadat, large, close. Handshake: Brandt / s. Helicopter lands in the desert. Willy Brandt on
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1974

Deutschlandspiegel 236/1974

mount planting on presents. Brandt raise girl that greets him with a kiss. Motorcycle escort accompanied carriage ride through the city. Driving record Algiers. Brandt in addition to Boumediène, half-close. Algiers, total. Policeman regulates traffic
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