Welt im Film 189/1949 07.01.1949
01 Berlin notes swivel of the Tegeler transmitter towers of radio Berlin. The blown-up towers before the runway for endangering air traffic. Construction workers during the construction of a new bridge of Havel in Spandau. Berlin flag, great. English flag, great. Decorated Street train at opening of bridge. General Herbert directs tram. Photo reporter before the car jump to the page. Luise Schröder in the car. Mayor Ernst Reuter luck presented an American and a British pilot. Children climb in Swiss hospital train. You waving from the window. Returning children from the Switzerland are interviewed. Interview: "I liked it Very good."
(57 m) 2 updates in the near future as China: Europeans leaving Shanghai American troops in Tsingtao Europeans go on board ship and American civilians. Ship moving from. Aerial view of the enclosed city Qingdao. US warship in the port. Aircraft carrier. Troop transport. American soldiers marching. Chinese refugees dig shelters.
(36 m) b. Stockholm: Nobel prize ceremony - crossroads Stockholm Crown Prince Gustav Adolf gives the Nobel prizes to T.S. Eliot for literature, Professor Tiselius, Sweden, for Chemistry, Dr. Müller, Switzerland, for medicine, Professor Blackett, England, for physics. Clapping. Nobel Prize winner, half-close.
(21 m) c. London: baptism of Prince Charles by the Archbishop of Canterbury, great. Princess Elizabeth, laughing, great. Prince Charles on her arm, great. Group Portrait. Princess Elizabeth with Charles sitting between Queen Elizabeth and King George behind her standing Prince Philip. The entry in the baptismal register. Queen Mother Mary with Charles, half-close.
(22 m) 03 Hanover: 50 years Deutsche Grammophon company - phonograph image by Josef Berlin, the founder of the company. Recording room. Monique Haas playing Ravel's Piano Concerto. Running tape. Making a wax plate. Wax plate is coated with silver. Pressmatritze. Hydraulic press. Manufacturing process of the record. Pickup on record, great.
cars (52 m) 04. streiflichter from Germany as foreign holidaymakers in Dinkelsbühl and Rothenburg by Dinkelsbühl. Mayor welcomes foreign guests in medieval dress. Honor trunk from large beakers. Motorcade outside the city gate of Rothenburg. Performance of the medieval game. Cars drive through gate. Munich: BMW builds motorcycles R 24 - factory. Workers in production of motorcycles. Finished machines. 1 bike will be raffled among staff.
(31 m) b. Schwäbisch Hall: 104-year-old woman baptismal certificates of the celebrant. Crone, great. Woman viewed image from the youth time.
(17 m) 05 England: the circus is feeding the clowns. Pyramid on horses. Artist on horse. Tiger in a cage. Looking for children, great. Dog football. Monkey rope. Clowns at water parody. Children laugh, great. The living cannon ball.
Persons in the Film
Berliner, Josef; Blackett; Prinz Charles; Eliot, T. S.; Elizabeth von England; Elisabeth II. von England; Fisher, Geoffrey; Georg VI. von England; Gustav Adolf VI. von Schweden; Haas, Monioue; Grönemeyer, Herbert; Mary von England; Müller, Friedrich; Philip Mountbatten von Edinboroug; Reuter, Ernst; Schröder, Luise; Tiselius
Sachindex Wochenschauen; China; Railways; Industry; Interviews; cameramen, cameramen; Children; Flags; Refugees; Women, mothers; Musical events; musical instruments; Medals, awards, honors; Travel; Religious events; Radio, television; Shipping; Cities; Animals (except dogs); Buildings; automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; Military; Holiday; Welfare, aid agencies, care; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; aerial photographs; artist children; Construction; Cinema commercials; Crew; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; Berlin blockade; Japan; Industrial; Military; aftermath of war
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