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20.10.1954

Welt im Bild 121/1954

01 Hanoi: Invasion of the Vietminh deserted streets of the city of Hanoi, after the withdrawal of the French. Old woman sitting in houses entrance. Vietminhsoldaten invade bridge in the city and are jubilantly welcomed. Min is Hat waved pictures[…]
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22.10.1954

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 247/1954

01 floods in India balloon of large floods. Destroyed houses. Torrential floods. The floods of the Bramaputra tear plots of land from the shore. Trees topple into the water. Nehru in the disaster area. The houses of a city plunge into the waves.[…]
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18.05.1955

Welt im Bild 151/1955

01 Nevada: The terrible effects of the atomic bomb breakdown from new German newsreels 277/3: explosion of the atomic bomb. Pictures of the automatic camera in the area of the explosion. Houses fly apart. Flash Flash and following dark with storm.[…]
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19.08.1955

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 290/1955

01 Mürren: Adenauer policy at the holiday destination of Brentano goes through Mürren. Neck stone in Mürren. Mountain range. Adenauer in the garden of his vacation residence in the conversation by Brentano and neck stone. Ravens fly around the[…]
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20.04.1956

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 325/1956

01 Saarbrücken: Saar fair - international trade fair State Commissioner Schwertner cuts through Ribbon at opening of the exhibition. Visitors to the trade fair grounds. Construction crane. Car on level. Installation of radio receivers. New[…]
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13.06.1956

Welt im Bild 207/1956

01 Stockholm: Opening the Olympic Equestrian Games breakdown from new German newsreel 333 / 2: in horse-drawn carriage ride Elizabeth II and King Gustaf and 2. Philip and Queen Luise in equestrian Stadium drive a carriage. Official gallery.[…]
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15.06.1956

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 333/1956

01 Adenauer in the United States (4. travel) propeller aircraft seen. Stair is placed on aircraft. Photographers. Adenauer comes down stairs and is welcomed by Ambassador Krekeler, and the Deputy Mayor of New York. Pan Waldorf Astoria hotel. On[…]
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07.05.1958

UFA-Wochenschau 93/1958

01 May 1 - a. 500,000 people demonstrate labor day Tokyo on the streets against nuclear bomb tests. Round dances on the street. (10 m) b. Prague parade of waving people. (34 m) c. Moscow Defense Minister Malinowsky reverses in car and opened the[…]
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09.05.1958

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 432/1958

01 May 1 labour day a. Wipperfürth Adenauer speaks interview: "we To want have gone all nuclear weapons. All over the world and all peoples. But this we can achieve only through controlled disarmament of all peoples, namely both with regard to the[…]
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22.08.1958

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 447/1958

01 Berlin: 78. German Catholic day motto: our concern of the human being - our salvation. The Mr. Procession. Before the St. Hedwig's Cathedral in Berlin prayer of the people for the peace of the world. Folded hands, great. 25,000 youngsters in[…]
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12.12.1958

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 463/1958

01 Berlin: Elections to the House of representatives election posters. Call: No voice for the SED. Adenauer in conversation with Willy Brandt. Cameramen. People wave to Adenauer. Arrival of the American Deputy Army Minister, Charles Finucane.[…]
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