Welt im Film 234/1949 22.11.1949

Synopsis

01 trains from the East: target home women wave train moving by. Returnees get in Moschendorf from train. Sick is carried on stretcher. Returning to camp. Hug and kisses at reunion with relatives. Returnees smokes a cigarette. Returning women. Red Cross Sisters Pack packages for returnees without families. Mrs Pack package. Registration of returnees and payout of 90,-DM. returnees attracts civilian clothes.
(57 m) 02 sport a. Hamburg: second round in the Football Cup Hamburg - North Württemberg 2-1 game on the HSV space. Spectators close to half. Two goals for Hamburg.
(27 m) b. California: motorboat racing motor boats for racing. Drive under the bridge. Official waving banner. Winner waving from the boat.
(22 m) 03. political highlights a. Paris: week of conferences meeting of the Ministerial Committee of the Council of Europe. Bevin, large, Schumann, great. The invitation from Germany and the Saarland decision. Meeting of government officials of the Marshall plan countries. The German representation.
(23 m) b. Dean Acheson in Bonn and Berlin, Acheson goes to the train station upon arrival in addition to Adenauer. Acheson welcomes German politicians, including Schumacher. Reception in the Godesberg Redoute with Acheson, Heuss, Adenauer, McCloy, Erhard, Ollenhauer. Dean Acheson in Berlin. Car drives forward. Dean Acheson gets out, people wave at him. Press Conference welcomes McCloy Acheson, totally. Photo reporter. Dean Acheson says, quote: "the United States can help those people, who are determined to help themselves." "They can't help people, who are not determined to help themselves." Acheson House is accompanied by Reuter and Suhr, totally.
(52 m) 04. With the box of bivouac on the watzmann mountain men of the mountain rescue service drive through mountains with tracked vehicle and transport components for hut. The men wear the components for the refuge on the back. Rain and fog in the mountains. Mountaineers climb. Climbers on the Summit with snow. Head you can abseil To find space for shelter. Part of the hut are stored since construction due to weather fall is possible.
(69 m) 5th Paris: transport, something crazy cars in Paris. Heavy traffic. Traffic policeman regulates traffic. Cameraman in addition to traffic policeman. Traffic recorded in time-lapse Photography. Race cars and people. Directions of traffic lights. Pedestrian crash.
(32 m)

Narration

Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Acheson, Dean ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Bevin, Ernest ; Erhard, Ludwig ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy, John ; Reuter, Ernst ; Suhr, Otto ; Schuman, Robert

Places

California ; Hamburg ; Bavaria ; Moschendorf ; Paris ; Berlin ; Bonn ; Burep ; Godesberg

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander ; cameramen, cameramen ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Football ; motor boat race ; Police ; Press, press conferences ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; automotive engineering, automotive ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; Marshall plan ; Construction ; mountain climbing, mountaineering ; mountain rescue ; Japan ; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

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Title:

Welt im Film 234/1949

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
22.11.1949
Year of Production:
1949

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