Welt im Film 250/1950 14.03.1950


1st State visit by President Auriol in England Auriol stands at the railing of the ship and greets British warship with hat. Auriol is Mme Auriol and Schumann on ship, half-close. Sailors present rifle. Auriol goes with the Duke of Glouchester from the ship. In the Victoria train station. King George and Queen Elizabeth on the station. Princess Elizabeth, half-close. Greeting. Auriol welcomed Attlee and Minister. Auriol and King George pace front of troops. Auriol, King George and Duke of Glouchester in horse-drawn carriage. Queen Elizabeth, Mme Auriol and Princess Elizabeth in horse-drawn carriage. Ride through the city.
(31 m) 2nd car market again internationally a. Münster: car show Buick convertible, woman at the wheel. Cover is closed automatically. Austin, Morris, Renault, Ford Taunus cabriolet and vans. 500cc BMW motorcycle.
(30 m) b. Winsen: automotive show of German Microcars, tricycle cars P IO. Volkswagen Super and Alfa Romeo cars.
(9 m) 03. Personalities of the day a. Heuss in Hamburg and Bremen Heuss goes next to Professor Schiller in the port. Heuss at harbour cruise. The Bremen Roland. Town Hall. Heuss besides Kaisen, half-close. People clap.
(28 m) b. Cardinal Spellman in Portugal and Italy Virgin Mary in Fatima (Portugal). Spellman prays. Spellman has been greeted in Naples with Handküssen. Spellman boards train to ride to Rome. Spellman at the compartment window, half-close.
(24 m) 04. unemployment and addressing crowds on the employment office. Civil servant dealing unemployment reporting cards. Stamp. Stop job offers. Self help quick service. Unemployment sit in room and waiting for work offers. Unemployment in the construction for apartments for their families State loans and funds of the ERP. Settlements in construction.
(57 m) 05. streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: news about telephone man listens on the phone messages. Running tape. RIAs speaker speaks messages, original sound. "RIAs short messages. The administrator for Europe was the United States Senate... charity Paul Hoffmann" Sound mixer on the mixing desk. Tape running.
(24 m) b. Nürnberg: Toy Fair mechanical toys. Bear turns the wheel. Monkey. Dolls. Railway goes into spiral. Driving motorcycles. Unbreakable dolls heads. Erhard considered toys, half-close. Floating dolls.
(25 m) 06 strange pets a. Urach: wild boar wild boar is located in the snow. It welcomes his men's stormy and go with him through the village in the Guest House. Dachshund comes afterwards.
(21 m) b. United States: lioness lioness enters room and plays with man. Lioness sits on the sofa next to wife, dog, and cat. Lion paw in the face of the woman. Lioness is the woman on her back on the sofa with his head on her lap.
(22 m)


Narration (English)

Persons in the Film

Attlee, Clement ; Auriol, Vincent ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Erhard, Ludwig ; Georg VI. von England ; Gloucester von ; Heuss, Theodor ; Kaisen, Wilhelm ; Spellmann, Francis ; Schiller, Karl ; Schuman, Robert


Münster ; Winsen ; Nuremberg ; Neumünster ; London ; Naples ; England ; Berlin ; Hamburg ; Bremen ; Portugal ; Italy


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; Misery ; Radio ; Religious events ; Radio, television ; Shipping ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; Technology ; Animals (except dogs) ; automotive industry ; Kissing, kissing scenes ; Marshall plan ; Military ; Christmas ; Home ; Jobs ; Construction ; Exhibitions ; construction ; Traffic: pedestrians ; Military ; Technology ; aftermath of war


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Welt im Film 250/1950

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