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26.12.1947

Welt im Film 135/1947

1st demolition of the London Conference of meeting participants at the London Conference, among them Foreign Secretary Bevin, total. Bevin, Molotow, half-close. Marshall at the negotiating table, half close, Molotov at the negotiating table. (No[…]
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01.07.1949

Welt im Film 214/1949

1st year air bridge flying aircraft. Aircraft over the city of Berlin. Engineers look after safety lighting on high buildings by flight path. Landing. Control tower. Radar screen, great. Celebration of the anniversary at the Tempelhof airfield,[…]
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14.03.1950

Welt im Film 250/1950

1st State visit by President Auriol in England Auriol stands at the railing of the ship and greets British warship with hat. Auriol is Mme Auriol and Schumann on ship, half-close. Sailors present rifle. Auriol goes with the Duke of Glouchester[…]
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25.07.1950

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 26/1950

1st war in Korea US troops leaving ship. U.S. soldiers marching on Highway tanks. Burning vehicle. Gunfire on Taejon. Bombing. Pilot in airplane cockpit. Bombs fall in aircraft bomb Bay. Aerial view of clouds of smoke of fires. (36 m) 02.[…]
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26.07.1950

Welt im Film 269/1950

01. the war in Korea marching US soldiers on country roads and off-road vehicles. Koreans on cars. Tank. Heavy artillery fire. Digging of trenches. Soldier looks through binoculars. Browse by prisoners. Armband UN Nations. Churchill speaks in[…]
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04.01.1953

Welt im Bild 28/1953

1 Berlin: State funeral for Herbert Bauer shot police officer at police officers next to coffin car. Ernst Reuter speaks interview at funeral before the Schöneberg Town Hall. Pan across a crowd and secondments of police. Ernst Reuter interview:[…]
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04.01.1953

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 154/1953

Story 1-5 and 7 (42 m) 01 demonstration at the French Italian border at demonstrators, among them Henri Spaak, the French Italian border with posters la jeunesse veut Europe. Patriotism will be set on fire. 02. Copenhagen: Funeral of Queen Mother[…]
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28.07.1953

Welt im Bild 57/1953

1 Hamburg: US cargo ship American inventor brings food for the Eastern New York loaded crates aboard the freighter American inventor. The American inventor in passing in Schulau. People wave. The Hamburg-based flag is raised. Best regards with the[…]
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12.05.1959

UFA-Wochenschau 146/1959

01 London: Visit of the Shah of Persia Reza Pahlevi train arriving. Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and Princess Margaret welcome the Shah of Persia on the station. Bear Hat soldier, great. Ride with horse-drawn carriage through the city. Boy with[…]
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15.05.1959

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 485/1959

01 Bonn: visit of US Secretary of State Christian Herter before the Geneva Conference Palais Schaumburg: carriage entrance. Cameramen. On the terrace in the conversation of Herter, Adenauer, by Brentano. 02 arrival Geneva Conference 1959 -[…]
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08.08.1961

UFA-Wochenschau 263/1961

You are looking for the risk we live today dangerously. Yet some contemporaries look for additional hazards or go, like these students of the Belgrade school of parachute record hunting. They jumped By the way 6,000 m deep and had to fly through a[…]
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