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02.11.1945

Welt im Film 25/1945

games board games in the Playhouse. A representative of the military Government handed over the Director Erich Engel the license. Close-up of Erich Engel in the profile. Among the audience of the Bavarian Prime Minister Högner. Makeup artist at work
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03.06.1946

Welt im Film 54/1946

and polling station (total). The Bavarian Minister-President, Dr. Högner, gives his voice (half total). Choice in the Hospital (half total). Patients choose in bed behind a screen or cloth holding out (total). The ballots are distributed (half total
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15.11.1946

Welt im Film 77/1946

Prime Minister Dr. Hoegner sit, half close. Minister of culture Dr. Fendt unveiled memorial plaque with the names of the executed, half-close. A woman lays down flowers, half-close. (19 m) b. British zone: chocolate for schoolchildren from stocks of army
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15.07.1952

Welt im Bild 3/1952

bridge Bishop consecrates the bridge after the reconstruction. Prime Minister Dr. Högner cuts through the band. Richtkranz blowing on Lantern. Car drive over the bridge. (13 m) 04. Hamburg: 88. Publishers from all over Germany launch to cruise climb
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19.08.1952

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 134/1952

Högner. Abbot of Ottobeuren inaugurates the bridge. Chimney sweep with piglets on arm. 09th Kempten: Germany tour in which cyclists ride the cycling of tour of Germany over the new bridge in Kempten. Drive through the village and on the road. Any legs
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17.08.1955

Welt im Bild 164/1955

mercury fountain. Heuss rises from convertible upon arrival to the Millennium celebration of the battle of the Lechfeld near the Hungary were defeated by Otto the great. Welcome by Prime Minister Högner in his place. Heuss speaking at a lectern. Crowd and
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11.01.1956

Welt im Bild 185/1956

Schäffler dance their dance with garlands. Laughing audience. From the balcony of the State Chancellery greets Prime Minister Hoegner the Schäffler. 03. Philadelphia: Engagement of Prince Rainier of Monaco Grace Kelly Rainier close-up. Front of House, the
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23.05.1956

Welt im Bild 204/1956

and the Bavarian Minister-President, Högner pace front with Lieutenant-General Speidel. At the lectern, the course participants welcomed blank. Took with a chapel. 08. Paris: Sunglasses beautiful mannequins with summer dresses and narrow oblique
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25.05.1956

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 330/1956

Colonel General Ludwig Beck barracks. Barrier before the barracks gate opens. Car driving on barracks. German officers on the farm stood beside U.S. trainers. Defense Minister blank and the Bavarian Minister-President Högner pace front with Lieutenant
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18.01.1957

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 364/1957

the installation of a U.S. reactor. Bavaria's Minister-President Dr. Hoegner was one of the guests of honour of the Toppingout. Bad and good examples in Paris a meeting of the radical-socialists took a unprogrammgemässen course with Mendès-France. The
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30.11.1962

UFA-Wochenschau 331/1962

. Högner, the short. -Entries on counting lists, close. Intermediate cuts expected the result of politicians, close. Neb transistor radio on the table. Cup & wine glass, close. -Strauß speaks on election rally from the pulpit down, close (o - s narration
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