Welt im Film 168/1948 13.08.1948
01 Berlin waits for flying aircraft, large. Aircraft flying over the Memorial Church. Unloading sacks. Aircraft repair and maintenance. Meeting prior to the Schöneberg Town Hall. Professor Redslob, tall, speaks at Memorial Service for the downed US pilots. Coffin with a wreath. Half close among those present Luise Schröder, and Mrs. Clay, great. Returning prisoners of war from England get off the plane in Tempelhof. You will be welcomed. Strandbad Wannsee. Sign bathing bans. Sonnende on the beach. Schwimmeisterschaften of the Berlin police in the Olympic Stadium. Swimming in uniform and save. The Memorial Church. Women sunbathing on the roof garden. People come in U tunnel, in the background the Gedächtniskirche. Aircraft flying over Berlin.
(78 m) 2 Cologne: German football championship of FC Kaiserslautern - 1 FC Nürnberg 1:2 public attendance. Crowded 饺子馆 Stadium. The teams come out. Total scenes. In the 8th minute, Nuremberg score the 1st goal. Audience wave. Nürnberger storm front gate. Flank. Pöschl beheads a to 2-0. The Nuremberg Übelein shoots an own goal in the second half. Viewers with pennants on the hat. Viewers run after the game on the playing field.
(55 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Bad Pyrmont: music weeks international music week posters. Flags. Kurpark. Heinrich Schlusnus sings "Dedication" by Richard Strauss - actuality. Listeners, half close, gossip. Schlusnus bows with piano player. Walter Ducloux, United States, conducted the Northwest German Symphony Orchestra at the "Firebird Suite" by Stravinsky. Violinist, flutist, conductor.
(39 m) Munich: German children go to Italy train shield Munich - Roma. Train Get up platform. Children look out the window. Waving at the farewell. The train out of the station.
(16 m) c. Münster: housewives buyer strike women, screen-filling, are available on the market and buy anything due to high prices. Market woman sits under the screen.
(21 m) 04. London: the Olympic Games Stadium, total. Hammer throw: Various hammer thrower. It wins Nemeth, Hungary with 56,49 m. flying hammer and impact. 100 m run men: start. Winner by destination photography Dillard, United States. His compatriot Barney Ewell was believed to have won and performed dance of joy after run. 50 km walk: the men leave the stadium. Javelin throw women: champion Herma Bauma, Austria. 45,57 m springboard men: big among the spectators, Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, big, and the Shah of Iran. Winner Bruce Harlan, United States. Congratulations at award ceremony. 200 m breaststroke women: it wins nel Vliet, Holland. Nel Vliet waving on the podium. The 50 km walkers on the track. Refreshments are available. Triple jump: It wins Ahmann, Sweden with 15.40 m. He is thrown up by his fellow countrymen. Pole vault: O. G. Smith, United States WINS with 4.30 m. Smith, big. 100 m race women: it wins Fanny Blankers Koen, Holland in 11.9 seconds. Fanny Blankers-Koen on the podium. The walkers return to the stadium. It wins Ljunggren, Sweden, prior to Godel, Switzerland. Stadium, total.
Persons in the Film
Ahmann; Bauma, Herma; Blankers Koen, Fanny; Bernhard von Holland; Clay, Lucius D.; Ducloux, Walter; Redslob, Edwin; Reza Pahlevi von Persien; Schlusnus, Heinrich; Schröder, Luise; Dillard, Harrison; Ewell, Barney; Godel; Harlan, Bruce; Ljunggreen, John; Nemeth; Pöschl; Smith, O. G.; Üebelein; Vliet, Nel
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Narcotics, drugs; Trade, finance; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander; Children; Flags; Leisure, recreation; Football; Musical events; Olympics; Police; Sports details, fouls; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Cities; Strike, strike; Deaths, funerals; War, prisoners of war; Listener; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Berlin blockade; Sports honors; aftermath of war
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