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09.12.1953

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 202/1953

. Stepping off the front of the stand. (17 m) 07. Rabat: Christmas of the Muslims men in white robes accompany the Sultan of Morocco, Mohammed Ben Arafa riding on a white horse to the mosque. Men bowing. Mohammed Ben Arafa drives in an open car. French
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16.12.1953

Welt im Bild 77/1953

01 Bonn: Appeal of the Bundestag to the Secretary of State of the 4 major powers before the Bundestag, Hermann Ehlers speaks interview: "the Bundestag expresses the hope that the four-power Conference may contribute, that bring the world closer to[…]
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16.12.1953

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 203/1953

01 Bonn: Appeal of the Bundestag to the Secretary of State of the 4 major powers before the Bundestag, Hermann Ehlers speaks. Actuality (Bundestag, appeal to the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the 4 major powers): "the Bundestag expresses that[…]
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16.02.1960

UFA-Wochenschau 186/1960

the Indian Parliament. (In 5 years, the USSR is economically stronger than the United States). Clapping. (14 m) 04 Rabat: return of King Mohammed V. of Morocco to visit friendly countries in the Middle East city image Rabat. Aircraft rolls out. King
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07.03.1961

UFA-Wochenschau 241/1961

!), police officers carry away collapsed grieving, A few rolling on the ground, praying Muslims, swivel on the new King Hassan II. sitting on his throne, in the State car, jubilant women. Pictures from Morocco: total of Rabat, ride in a car, donkey carts
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10.03.1961

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 580/1961

01 Bonn. Adoption with military honors General Heusinger. Hay singer, big, individual members of the band size, the large tattoo (original sound), Finland with torches, hay singer shakes the hand bouquet. 02. Rabat. King Mohammed v died following
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14.03.1961

UFA-Wochenschau 242/1961

1st demolition of the Berlin Jerusalem church long shot of the Church, Pahl sen. on the camera, Tower, Shotfirers and blowing up. (10:00:17 10:00:37) 02 federal air raid poster campaign of the federal air-raid shelter Office: swiveling of the port[…]
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01.12.1961

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 618/1961

01 Washington. Adenauerbei Kennedy, White House, side, totally. sth partly by trees. concealed, photographers and cameramen before House wall, close, A. entsteisrt cars and is located A few gentlemen, cinematographers to tripods, close, A. between[…]
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1961

Begegnung zwischen Atlas und Atlantik Marokko

Stork flies. Stork's nest. Stork swarm in the skies. Rabat: Long shot. Arab women take to the streets. Boys run with satchels. Veiled women. Donkeys pulling carts. The Hassan tower. Columns of a mosque. FES: Old buildings. Old University and
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27.04.1965

UFA-Wochenschau 457/1965

1st Title: trend trend trend - image: statistical curve Gerstenmaier in Rabat - Gerstenmaier rises out of plane, half-close. Above the shield Rabat airport building. Gerstenmaier in greeting. Government Palace, totally. King Hassan II. sitting in
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20.06.1972

UFA-Dabei 830/1972

on the pitch after the game. Mühller lift the soccer cup. 02. Morocco: INA Conference in Rabat Rabat's cityscape. Participants of the INA Conference with headphones. Film processing centre in Casablanca with German engines. Folklore show in Marrakech
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