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31.10.1947

Welt im Film 127/1947

01 cholera in Egypt plane sprays disinfectant over the infected area. Disinfection squads sprinkle houses in streets. Food will be washed in disinfectant. Population for forced vaccination. Sick is carried on stretcher from the ambulance. (31 m)[…]
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22.01.1948

Welt im Film 139/1948

01 updates soon a. Frankfurt: Ministerial Conference arrival of Conference participants. The British military Governor Sir Brian Robertson, big, on arrival the stairs going up. Arrival of the US military Governor Lucius clay, great. Clay alongside[…]
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27.06.1950

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 22/1950

1st 1900 years city Cologne Mercedes drives in front of the Gürzenich. Fixed Assembly. As the audience at the ceremony: Heuss Cardinal Frings, Prime Minister Arnold, General Bishop, Bundestag President Dr. Köhler, half-close. (15 m) 02[…]
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26.09.1950

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 35/1950

1st week of the German film studio mirror "The third from the right". Géza von Gziffra as a Director gives instructions to dancers. Headlight goes out. "Furioso" Studio mirror. Flap is beaten. Kirsten Heiberg sings. Actuality: "come on Gypsies,[…]
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23.10.1950

Welt im Film 281/1950

1st special service Berlin: international trade unions demonstrate German flags between 2 Berlin flags for freedom. Font: The workers of the free world greet Berlin. Rally at the Olympic Stadium. Ernst Reuter interview speaks half close: "we know[…]
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26.12.1950

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 48/1950

Year in review provides clock 5 minutes before 12 with and Werner Finck driving market, Fireworks, bottle of sparkling wine, Showgirls Werner Finck. Carnival parade welcomes diplomats - handshake with wiper in ski Heuss, great unrest on the sector[…]
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04.03.1955

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 266/1955

01 Bonn: Adoption of the Paris agreements in the Bundestag Chamber, MPs, Government Bank. On the lectern top speakers of the parties (no interview): Erich Ollenhauer, Kurt Georg Kiesinger, Herbert Wehner, Fritz Erler, Konrad Adenauer. Deputies[…]
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13.03.1957

UFA-Wochenschau 33/1957

1 Hamburg: Berlin week column Berlin 272 KM is used. Waving Berlin flags on the City Hall square. Berlin bear in the shop window displays. Inauguration of the Hotel Berlin. Berlin also like Kurfürstendamm as designation of the corridors.[…]
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15.03.1957

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 372/1957

1 Hamburg: Berlin week column Berlin 272 km is used. Waving Berlin flags on the City Hall square. Berlin bear in the shop window displays. Exhibition with works Berlin cartoonists. Ludwig Erhard visited the exhibition. Visitors to the exhibition.[…]
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05.06.1957

UFA-Wochenschau 45/1957

01 Kempten: Tragic accident in the German armed forces breakdown from NDW 384 / 1: people are on bridge. Exciting water of the river Iller. 19 soldiers were washed away while crossing the river. 15 drowned. Search parties and inflatable boats.[…]
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27.10.1959

UFA-Wochenschau 170/1959

01 Werner Krauss + Vienna's Burgtheater. People on the street cry. Coffin laid out. The last wish: "if I died, one should ask my coffin for ten minutes on an empty stage in the light of the work, and the workers should lift the cover, so that[…]
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