Welt im Bild 163/1955 10.08.1955

Synopsis

1 Munich: Crown Prince of Ruprecht of Bavaria + breakdown of new German newsreel 289 / 2: bells are ringing. The Nymphenburg Castle. Laying out the dead. People parade past the casket. Funeral procession through the city. Orders and decorations are carried by the Lords of State. Nationals, members of the nobility and the Ministers of Blücher and Schäffer in the funeral procession. Soldiers carry the coffin to the Royal crypt of the Hofkirche (slightly different cut).
(53 m) 02 Gelsenkirchen: funeral service for the dead of the Dahlbusch Colliery same cut as new German newsreel 289/1 Headframe. Mourning women at the mine gate. On the Tower flag is at half-mast for the 41 dead of the mine accident. Funeral service in the presence of German President Heuss and Minister Blücher. The coffins of the dead will be driven to the cemetery and buried in common grave (30 m) 3rd world topic Atom a) 10 th anniversary of the goalkeeper-throw of bombs on Hiroshima rubble desert without life after bomb release. Man walks alone through debris crying women at Memorial Service in Hiroshima. (b) Geneva: UN Conference "Atom for peace" Nations Congress building. Delegations from 73 countries as participants of the Congress. Professor Hahn, big as a representative of the Federal Republic. At the lectern Dag Hammerskjöld. Exhibition atom for peace with radiation equipment and power plant model. (c) Britain: construction of the nuclear power plant reactor construction of the first nuclear power station at Calder Hall.
(42 m) 04 United States: construction of artificial Earth satellite rocket launch. Model picture of Earth-orbiting satellites. Picture of the moon.
(15 m) 05. Hamburg: international tennis tournament breakdown from new German newsreels 289/6: final men's: art Larsen, United States, defeated Skonecki Poland, in five sets. Both players are left-handed. Spectators clap screen and half close. Larsen with Cup. Mixed doubles final: Mary Carter/Adrian Quinn, Australia, losing against Erika Vollmer, Germany, Hugh Stewart, United States. Victor Valdes/Hugh Cup with flowers embrace. Clap screen. Advertising in place blocking Dunlop.
(35 m) 06. Frankfurt: German Athletics Championships breakdown of new German newsreel 289/7: discus women: Marianne Werner is 2nd behind the young Chris Lafrentz, Lübeck, which raises 46, 93 m. Close-up of champion Andre Lafrentz. Javelin throw men: throw of the winner Reiner Will / Rendsburg, 72, 64 m. Close-up of the will. Triple jump: It wins with 15, 31 m Theo Strohschnieder. 200m men: Starter, great. Start and run. Businessman WINS with destination photography before cliff. Target image. 100 m men: Heinz Fütterer WINS in same time of 10.4 sec just ahead of Manfred Germar. 1500 m run: start. 300m from the finish running Lawrenz front, but in the Sprint by Werner Lueg reconditioned, who won in 3: 44.4.
(50 m) 7 Wolfsburg: 1,000,000 VW Beetle breakdown of new German newsreel 289 / 5: Pan via VW Beetle screen. Workers of the VW plant in celebration. Director General Nordhoff is awarded the Federal cross of merit. The 1,000,000 beetle runs from the band. In Stadium celebration with the exporting countries. Belgian group of Welsh folk dancing Carnival dance. South American dancers dance to South American rhythms. Invaded the United Kingdom's Royal Guard Regiment. Can-can dancers of the Moulin Rouge represent France. All bands for the final onslaught.
(64 m)

Origin / Type of content

Persons in the Film

Blücher, Franz; Hahn, Otto; Hammarskjöld, Dag; Heuss, Theodor; Nordhoff, Heinz; Ruprecht von Bayern; Schäffer, Fritz; Carter, Mary; Fütterer, Heinz; Germar, Manfred; Kaufmann, Konrad; Lafrentz, Annekatrin; Larsen, Art; Lawrenze, Olaf; Quist, Adrian; Skonecki; Stewart, Hugh; Strohschnieder, Theo; Vollmer, Erika; Werner, Marianne; Will, Heiner

Places

England; Geneva; Munich; Gelsenkirchen; Hiroshima; Wolfsburg; United States; Hamburg; Frankfurt

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Electricity; Bells; Energy, energy supply; Oil; Rockets; Satellite; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; sports advertisement; Deaths, funerals; UN; automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; Athletics, jogging, fun run; space; Atom; Exhibitions; Buildings; Mine; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Sports honors; 18 finding book world in the picture

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Welt im Bild 163/1955

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
10.08.1955
Year of Production:
1955

Credits

Origin:
Title: Crown Prince Rupprecht + camera: Rau mining disaster in Gelsenkirchen camera: master nuclear 10 anniversary d. of bombs goalkeeper-throw in Hiroshima origin: Archive Hiroshima conference in Geneva origin: Cine journal exhibition: atoms d. peace origin: Cine journal United Kingdom is building its first nuclear power station at Calder Hall origin: Pathe news United States satellite origin: Metro sports tennis at the Rothenbaum camera: Luppa, Seib Athletics i. Frankfurt camera: Basic, rabanus 1000000 Volkswagen Wolfsburg camera: Luppa, Kaonga final

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