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24.02.1954

Welt im Bild 87/1954

1st Indochina war offensive of the Vietminh in Laos. Women and children on the flight. Refugees in refugee camps. Young woman with a baby in her arms, great. 02. French Equatorial Africa: inauguration of plant native music and dance. The French[…]
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01.02.1956

Welt im Bild 188/1956

01 India: 6th anniversary of independence breakdown from new German newsreels 314/5 (here also: women's harvest dance). Crowd, military parade. Schoolchildren in took. Elephants, Lance carrier on horseback, camel riders. 02. Japan: Shinto baptism[…]
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03.02.1956

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 314/1956

01 Salzburg celebrates the 200th anniversary of the birth of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart monument. Birthplace of Mozart. Federal President Körner attended the Mozart House. Mozart bust. Guests from all over the world at ceremony in the evening[…]
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24.04.1957

UFA-Wochenschau 39/1957

01 Bonn: nuclear scientist at Adenauer breakdown from NDW 378/1: Palais Schaumburg. Bundeswehr soldier presented the gun upon arrival Adenauer, Strauß and the professors von Laue, Hahn, von Weizsäcker, and Gerlach. Cameramen. (Appeal to the world[…]
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20.11.1957

UFA-Wochenschau 69/1957

01 Canada: The world's largest and most expensive nuclear reactor inside of the "Atomic giants". Control Panel. Uranium rod. 02. Belgium: Preparations for the World Expo model of the Atomium. Exhibition halls in the model and in the building.[…]
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10.04.1958

UFA-Wochenschau 89/1958

01 art a. Darmstadt: metal sculptures by Helga Föhl Helga Föhl knits in her garage Studio shot parts together. Working with hammer and welding machine on the metal sculptures. Berlin: aluminum monument for the world exhibition of Professor[…]
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11.04.1958

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 428/1958

01 Frankfurt: Return Economics Minister Erhard from the United States aircraft of the Lufthansa rolls out. Airport worker waving a plane. Propeller runs out great. Erhard comes down stairs and speaks actuality to the economic slowdown in the[…]
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08.05.1959

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 484/1959

1st West Berlin: demonstration on the square of the Republic Willy Brandt actuality: "Berlin will our children and grandchildren proudly say, that we were doing here was wrestled to the freedom. Long live the German Fatherland United in law, long[…]
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04.05.1962

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 640/1962

01 American nuclear carrier United States. Titan-Raketen used ready! -Site with various missiles in starting position, insight into tunnel under d. Erä with several tubes on the side walls, swing by room with sitting and standing around Rakt.[…]
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20.04.1965

Die Zeit unter der Lupe 795/1965

01 Bad Godesberg: German Championships karate karate fighters during demonstrations. Demonstration of the German Champion Sieglinde walking. 2 Japanese, as guests at the screening of free combat. Feet and legs of karate fighters, great. Karate[…]
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19.10.1971

UFA-Dabei 795/1971

1 Munich: CSU Party Conference, 25 years CSU Saar, half total. Barzel and Strauss go through the crowd. Front wall poster "25 years of CSU". Head Auditorium. Goppel, great. Strauss big at the lectern, speaks against German Ostpolitik. Interview:[…]
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