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29.01.1952

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 105/1952

1 Hamburg: singer run Franke Franke run original sound on the phone at the Federal post office telephone mediation. Running with the Michael Jary Orchestra in recordings Franke. Sound mixer on the mixing desk. Tape running. Michael Jary conducted,[…]
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02.02.1952

Welt im Film 348/1952

01 updates soon a. Berlin: Heuss visited the Borsig-Werke Heuss goes through factory, totally. Workers as a listener, filling, half close and big picture. Heuss speaks half close and big. (15 m) b. Berlin: Heuss gives Luise Schröder[…]
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26.02.1952

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 109/1952

01 Monday Munich: Rosenmontag parade. Music Chapel. The Carnival Prince and Princess on cars. Car: film credit Nervenmühle Wiesbaden. Mainz: Rosenmontag parade. The Prince and Princess. Based on Schwellköpfe, on the hands. Seesaw with Uncle Sam[…]
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01.03.1952

Welt im Film 352/1952

01 updates soon a. Oakridge: nuclear reactor interior of the reactor. Scientists win cure for diseases from nuclear energy. Work of reactors with artificial hands. (26 m) b. Hamburg: Congress for cultural freedom writer of Stefan Andres talks[…]
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11.03.1952

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 111/1952

1 Frankfurt: International spring fair Mayor Kolb at tour of the fairgrounds. Greek Pavilion. Pavilion of the Switzerland, Iran, Austria, Italy. International flags. There is a lot of visitors at the exhibition. Range of shoes. Tilting sofa and[…]
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15.03.1953

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 164/1953

1 Hamburg: world premiere of Tobias and Sara in the presence of the author Paul Claudel, under the direction of Heinrich Koch play Anneliese Römer (Sara), Joseph Offenbach (Tobias) and Will Quadflieg (Angel Raphael) actuality. Scene snippet[…]
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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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12.01.1954

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 207/1954

01 Bonn diplomats new year reception at German President Heuss right of way by car from the Villa Hammerschmidt. Diplomats entering the House. Open cart beats. Police officer greets, large. The Villa Hammerschmidt with fountain. Signs of car CD[…]
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01.02.1956

Welt im Bild 188/1956

01 India: 6th anniversary of independence breakdown from new German newsreels 314/5 (here also: women's harvest dance). Crowd, military parade. Schoolchildren in took. Elephants, Lance carrier on horseback, camel riders. 02. Japan: Shinto baptism[…]
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03.02.1956

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 314/1956

01 Salzburg celebrates the 200th anniversary of the birth of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart monument. Birthplace of Mozart. Federal President Körner attended the Mozart House. Mozart bust. Guests from all over the world at ceremony in the evening[…]
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15.02.1956

Welt im Bild 190/1956

1 Sonthofen: Visit to OSSI Reichert ride the horse-drawn sleigh through the snow-covered forest landscape. Sit on the sled OSSI Reichert alongside her father and goes to the mountain hotel in Sonthofen in Bavaria. OSSI Reichert welcomes the guests[…]
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