Welt im Film 224/1949 12.09.1949

Synopsis

01 Katholikentag in Bochum rally, in the background winding towers. Feed of the priest. Cardinal Frings speaks, half-close. Transmission of a message from Pope Pius, original sound. "As a pledge of we give you all the power of your meeting under the powerful protection of Mary, help of Christians providing fatherly love out of the abundance of the heart the Apostolic blessing." Singing "Great God we praise you" swing over people.
(44 m) 02 updates soon a. Festival in Edinburgh on the streets. Concert at Festival.
(21 m) b. Berlin: General Maxwell Taylor, new Commander of Berlin, gives press conference Maxwell Taylor at press conference, great.
(12 m) c. Leipzig: autumn fair cars on the road. People in exhibition. HO-stand. Debris clean-up. People on the street. Parade of police officers. Propaganda posters. Intouriste and HO stand for foreigners. Consumer level with large price tags. Propaganda posters FDGB. National front, people's police. Large-sized slogans "our unity and peace".

03. sports: Rolling back the Football League: a. Oberhausen: red-white Oberhausen - SV Duisburg 1:1 running of the teams in the Rhine Stadium. Playback. Spectators, half-close. Shot on goal.

Munich: Bayern Munich: Bayern Munich - SPV. Fürth 2:3 course choice. Kick-off. Bavaria shoots 1:0-operated gate. Opening goal for Fürth. Goalkeeper keeps.

c. Schweinfurt: Schweinfurt 05 - VFR Mannheim 2-1 shot on goal to Mannheim. 11 m. Mannheim WINS 2:1 (67 m) 04 Forrest Hills: tennis David Cup America - Australia men's doubles: Bromwich Sidwell, Australia, playing against Talbert Mullroy, United States. Game. Spectators, half-close. Bromwich Sidwell win in five sets. Men's singles: Ted Schröder, United States, playing against Frank Sedgman, Australia. Ted Schröder WINS. The American team with the Cup.
(49 m) 05. The opening of Parliament in Bonn artisan construction in Chamber. Cleaning women in the Federal Parliament. Flags in front of the Federal House. Karl Arnold at the lectern as President of the Bundesrat. Carlo Schmid on arrival. Arrival of Dr. Schumacher with Annemarie Renger, MC cloy, Sir Brian Robertson, Adenauer. Paul Loebe opened the meeting, actuality as interim President. "Deputies of the German Bundestag! The first session of a new Parliament through the years, oldest Member of the House is an old use. I was born on 14 December 1875 and wondering whether a member is in the House, that is born to a previous date. Apparently, this is not the case. Then I explain to the first session of the Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany opened." Ernst Reuter, Heinrich head as a listener. Dr. Köhler becomes the President of the Parliament Square and speaking, actuality. "Ladies and gentlemen! I assume the Office of the first President of the first Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany." Members of Parliament stand up.
(69 m)

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Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Bromwich; Adenauer, Konrad; Arnold, Karl; Frings; Köhler, Erich; Loebe, Paul; McCloy, John; Renger, Annemarie; Robertson, Brian; Schmid, Carlo; Taylor, Maxwell; Mulloy, Gardnar; Sedgman, Frank; Sidwell, Billy; Schröder, Ted; Talbert

Places

Forest Hills; Oberhausen; Munich; Schweinfurt; Leipzig; Bonn; Edinburgh; Bochum; Berlin

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Flags; festivals; Football; Posters, fonts, banners; Policy; Political events; Police; Press, press conferences; Religious events; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; sports facilities; Cities; Tennis; Debris; People; Jobs; Construction; Exhibitions; Policy; Sports honors; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

Welt im Film 224/1949

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
12.09.1949
Year of Production:
1949

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