Welt im Film 248/1950 28.02.1950

Synopsis

1 Berlin: Prisoners from East Germany's Buchenwald prisoner faces location map of the concentration camp and reported on conditions in Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen, actuality report Press Conference of the SPD -. "the camp was completely over spitzelt. We arrived at bunker, so in detention, without any indication, without that it could defend itself, we came to penalties and knew not why, as I Not yet white today, which is why I was four years and seven months in prison. Just as we were punished."

02. like England chose people on the street. Showgirls in the election. Churchill is welcomed by supporters. Attlee, talking to people, after a tight election victory. Counting of the votes. People wait on Piccadilly At night. Announcement of the election results. People waving and clapping.
(41 m) 03-new for the housewife a. Munich: laundry launderette people bringing laundry in the laundry. Laundry is done in the washing machine. Name of the customer to the washing machine. Customers read newspapers and wait. Linen is spun in spin. Pick up the laundry.
(30 m) b. food processor food processor grinds coffee, cut vegetables, chop meat and kneads dough. Batter is poured into cake pan. Man drinking mixed drink brandy glass.
(28 m) c. Freiburg: children transport roller woman goes with toddler's hand. You grabs scooter out of pocket, made him up and pushes child on scooter.
(17 m) 04. personalities of the day a. Cologne: Dr. Hans Böcklers 75th birthday choir sings at the door of his house. Hans Böckler stands in front door, totally. Dr. Schumacher congratulates Böckler, half-close. Congratulations from Prime Minister Arnold. General Bishop than Gratulant. Adenauer at the lectern than Gratulant. Congratulations and gifts.
(22 m) b. Nürnberg: Victor Gollancz on Germany visit Victor Gollancz, large, upon arrival on station. Gollancz speaks at lectern, original sound. "We don't want to pro - or anti anyone, we want to be simply per humanity." Gollancz visited refugee camps and speaks to refugee children.
(30 m) 05. images from all over the world a. Washington: moose hunting with helicopter Elk take refuge in the snow. Helicopter drives Moose to fenced feeding grounds. Elk run after feeding back into forest.
(22 m) b. New York: 3-year-old skater kid runs alone with coach on the ice.
(18 m) c. Copenhagen: Jitterbug international match Denmark - Sweden couples dance the Jitterbug. Outerwear.
(16 m) d. London: Waltz competition waltz in group dancing on the dance floor in evening dresses.
(19 m)

Narration

Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Adenauer, Konrad ; Arnold, Karl ; Attlee, Clement ; Bishop ; Böckler, Hans ; Churchill, Winston ; Gollancz, Victor

Places

New York ; Washington ; Berlin ; Cologne ; Freiburg ; England ; Copenhagen ; London ; Munich ; Nuremberg

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Ice skating ; Hunting, Hunter ; Children ; Press, press conferences ; Dance ; Technology ; concentration camp ; Cultural events ; Technology, industry ; People ; Elections ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Jobs ; Gastronomy ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Technology ; aftermath of war

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Periodicals

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

Welt im Film 248/1950

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
28.02.1950
Year of Production:
1950

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