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15.03.1953

Welt im Bild 38/1953

01 Tito in London Cruiser runs on the River Thames. Tito rises in barge. The Tower Bridge. Barge docks at Westminster Pier. Prince Philip. Churchill and Eden welcomed Tito. Policemen as shut-off on the road. Tito and Prince Philip pace front of[…]
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17.03.1954

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 216/1954

01 Adenauer in Greece of Greek Guard soldier in Schilderhaus. Prime Minister Papagos gets out of car and is located outside the Guest House of the Greek Government of Adenauer. Handshake of Adenauer Papagos. Greeted by Hallstein. The Royal Palace[…]
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17.03.1954

Welt im Bild 90/1954

01 Adenauer in Greece of Greek Guard soldier in Schilderhaus, Prime Minister Papagos gets out of car and is located outside the Guest House of the Greek Government of Adenauer. Handshake of Adenauer Papagos. Greeted by Hallstein. The Royal Palace[…]
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12.01.1955

Welt im Bild 133/1955

1 Berlin: fashion show Heinz Ostergaard mannequins perform collection Østergaard. "Tarantella" wide swinging skirt style. Tight dress with jacket and hat. 4 evening gowns with tulle skirts. Tight evening gown with a big bow in red Duchesse. (31 m)[…]
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18.01.1956

Welt im Bild 186/1956

01 Bonn: Dr. Wilhelm Haas, 1 Ambassador for Moscow breakdown from new German newsreels 312/2: the Foreign Ministry. Dr. Wilhelm Haas signed post and sits at the desk in his Office. The current German Ambassador to Ankara going to German Ambassador[…]
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20.01.1956

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 312/1956

01 Bad Kreuznach: diplomat hunt Hunter blowing on horns at the beginning of the hunt. By Brentano as the host of hunting with diplomats on the prowl. Hunter shoots. Dachshund in addition to hunted wild boar. Hunted deer and rabbits. Hunter blow[…]
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16.01.1959

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 468/1959

01 Bonn: diplomatic reception at Heuss new year reception in the Godesberg Redoute. Nuncio Archbishop Münch brings the congratulations of the diplomats. (18 m) 02. Paris: General de Gaulle. President of the Republic of France of de Gaulle assumes[…]
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23.01.1959

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 469/1959

01. the development of aviation aircraft disasters. Air traffic control. Propeller turns great. Crashing burning plane. Newspaper headlines. Plane crashes into the sea. 52 dead. Crashed plane in Rio. Unloading operations. Aircraft debris. (76 m)[…]
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10.02.1959

UFA-Wochenschau 133/1959

01 visit by US Secretary of State Dulles Bonn: aircraft rolls out - 4 propeller - Dulles and wife coming down the stairs. Welcome by Adenauer and of Brentano. Adenauer with welcoming speech before microphones. Dulles, great. Felix von Eckart.[…]
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24.02.1959

UFA-Wochenschau 135/1959

01 Moscow: Visit McMillan McMillan with fur hat comes down stairs and is welcomed by Nikita Chruschtschow. Stepping off the front of the stand. Talks. (19 m) 02 West Berlin: wreath-laying ceremony at the Soviet Memorial winding towers of the Red[…]
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26.01.1965

Die Zeit unter der Lupe 783/1965

1st swearing-in of Johnson's the Capitol in Washington, total. Dome of the Capitol, waving American flag. Johnson says the oath, totally. Between the judge and Johnson, Mrs. Johnson is with the Bible. Johnson at the swearing-in, o-ton: "preserve,[…]
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