Welt im Film 130/1947 21.11.1947
01 updates soon a. Frankfurt / Main: topping the Paulskirche pan across the St. Paul's Church with scaffolding. Carpenter says the verdict and can smash his glass on the ground. Richtkranz is raised. Mayor Kolb talks, half-close.
(22 m) b. Bavaria: Murray van Wagoner is Director military Government Van Wagoner sitting on the coffee table with his wife and daughter. He leaves his house and drives in the car.
(11 m) 02 Lübeck today long shot of the city. The Holsten Gate, large (driving record). View through archway on moving tram. Built the Town Hall, in three styles. The St. Mary's Church. The Castle gate. Weavers in the carpet weaving in the gate. The refugee farm and the Hoevelgang, as dwellings of single widows. The Café Niederegger in the basement. Henry Porten, great as a guest at Niederegger. The Lübeck Cathedral, outside and inside, with destruction. Small streets of the waterfront. The Boatman cultural House, with old COGS. Ships in the port of Lübeck.
(53 m) 03 pictures from all over the world a. United States: forest fire plumes of smoke. With a large flame burning forest. Burning forest At night. Fire storm. Fire at delete. Burning houses. Chimney collapses. Burned-out houses and devastated country.
(30 m) b. England: helicopter as rescuers from emergency helicopter flies before lighthouse. The lighthouse, total. Lighthouse keeper is roped off in high seas on rope to the lifeboat. He is drawn to rope in helicopters. Ship capsized off the coast. Castaway is drawn to rope on helicopters to land. He is drawn in helicopters. Flying helicopters, large.
(32 m) c. wild geese flock of wild geese flying up. Flying wild geese, screen-filling.
(21 m) 04 tram ride in the Hall training of tram drivers to test vehicles in the Hall. Schaffner stand side by side and go to command, set course and apply brakes at risk. Conductors at clothing. Trams operate side by side out of the depot.
(35 m) 05. streiflichter from Germany a. Düsseldorf: press image "Walter von der Vogelweide" exhibition. The word of Abraham Lincoln as a leitmotif of the exhibition "The pen is stronger than the sword". The good mountain press in Mainz with printers in old costumes. Model of a rotary machine. Editor at the desk. Type-setter sets manuscript. Graphical representation of the run-in of a message up to the pressure. Cartoons from readers.
(28 m) b. Frankfurt / Main: merchants go to United States heads of men, great. The merchants beckon from the aircraft steps. Rolling on aircraft, tall, from behind.
(14 m) c. Munich: child welfare girl is measured and weighed. Boy is bugged. Child is examined on the examination table. Children play in nursery. The children of building, tinkering, on Schaukelpferden, at dinner, on the pot and the NAP (partial close-ups).
(33 m) 06. India: progress and traditional boats on the water. Government buildings in Delhi. Delegates from 22 Nations go to the National Assembly. Festival of the Maharaja of Gwalior. The Maharadschah dedicates to elephants and an old cannon. Elephant procession. The Maharadschah proceeds to the throne. Indian bow. The Maharaja and Maharani of Jaipur. Caparisoned elephants.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; India ; Disasters ; Children ; Energy, energy supply ; Fire ; fire protection ; Fire Brigade ; News, communications ; Shipping ; Schools, training ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; Medicine ; Economy ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Construction ; Exhibitions ; Crew ; Fire brigade ; aftermath of war
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