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11.01.1953

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 155/1953

01 Bonn: new year's reception at the President Mercedes 300 reverses Hammerschmidt Villa in the snow. Car blow opens. Adenauer gets out in the snow, puts on cylinder and going up the steps to the Villa Hammerschmidt. Police officer greets, large.[…]
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11.01.1953

Welt im Bild 29/1953

01 Churchill in the United States Churchill talking to the banker Bernhard Baruch and Eisenhower. Close-up of Churchill. Churchill from the birthplace of his mother in the New York Borough of Brooklyn. Photo of the mother to Winston Churchill as a[…]
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15.02.1953

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 160/1953

01. donate to alleviate the refugee not refugees at transit camp during the registration. Official fills food map. Refugees in camps. Man takes clothes off the leash. Women cleaning vegetables. Family seated at table, beside iron bed frame. Old[…]
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19.01.1954

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 208/1954

01 Australia: British atomic bomb test mushroom cloud. Professor William Penney leads atomic bomb attempt against aircraft. Steel Tower on the bomb to be detonated. Flying weather balloons. Cameramen. Pointer of the count down approaching the[…]
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19.01.1954

Welt im Bild 82/1954

1st special service: four Conference in Berlin the Brandenburg Gate (title underground) from aircraft of United States Air Force Secretary Foster Dulles rises at Tempelhof airport. Photographers. US military band playing the national anthem.[…]
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24.02.1954

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 213/1954

01 end of the four-power Conference - greeting US soldier disappointed hopes for Germany and Austria after the 10th post attached laterally, large. The flag of the 4 occupying powers are obtained. Soldiers put the flags and carry them away. Berlin[…]
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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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03.03.1954

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 214/1954

1 Dortmund: Figure skating world champion Gundi Busch in the Westfalenhalle Gundi Busch dances the dance "Day and night" in different costumes. Audience clapping. Man awarded Gundi Busch bouquet. Gundi Busch, great. (45 m) 02 Bonn: defence debate[…]
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05.01.1955

Deutschlandspiegel 3/1955

01 Fireworks (5 m) 02 ice floes 03 Friedland + Memorial Day (60 m) 04-Heuss choice (33 m) 5th victory column to silent March (43 m) 06. Paris to Bundestag (8 m) 7th flood (18 m) 08 Hospital (23 m) 09 Furtwängler (27 m) 10 Italian training ship (16[…]
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24.06.1955

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 282/1955

01 Hanover: Germany meeting the returnees 150,000 returnees at the meeting. At the lectern Bundesvertriebenenminister o Brien. Listeners applaud. We urge art exhibition with paintings from captivity. Search image show with photos of missing[…]
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21.09.1955

Welt im Bild 169/1955

1 Hamburg: trial of 10000 t passenger and cargo vessel Israel the German shipyard passes the freighter Israel. Jewish flag is hoisted. Anchor is obtained. Exit and passing to Blankenese and Schulau. People wave. (25 m) 02 Bonn: Archbishop of[…]
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