Welt im Film 261/1950 01.06.1950
01. the funeral of Gelsenkirchen Headframe and flag to half-mast. Coffins of the 77 dead of the mine disaster by firedamp. Heuss holds the funeral oration, total. The bereaved. Funeral procession runs through the city. Bergmann with pit lamp with black armbands. Coffins to the cemetery. Wreath loop a last Glückauf.
(22 m) 2 new from the Waterkant a. Bremerhaven: German fishing fair model of fishing boats on the water. Ship model. Fish processing plant. Packaging of fish.
(20 m) b. Cuxhaven: sailing regatta in the storm sail boats in high seas on the sea. Sailing crack and mast breakage. Rescue boat havariertem boat.
(22 m) 03. Emperor of Hirohito married daughter Princess Kasuko upon arrival. The groom, an employee of a travel agency. Imperial couple upon arrival to the ceremony. Bride and groom. Photographers. Bows.
(29 m) 04 Epsom: the English Derby giant parking lot. Carousels. Whirligig. Weather. Town crier. Arrival of King George, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. Royal couple welcomes Aga Khan, totally. Ali Khan with crutches. Grandstand. In the lodge of the Royal family. Princess Elizabeth looks through binoculars, half-close. Start. Race. Favorite Prince Simon takes the lead. Home stretch. The French horse Galcador overtaken Prince Simon and WINS with head length. Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret, half-close. Finish line in slow motion. Cup, great. Jockey and winning horse.
(49 m) 5th Berlin Pentecost in the East and West of Potsdamer Platz. Military police at the Brandenburg Gate. Pentecost March in East Berlin. Mass parade of the FDJ. Giant banners of Stalin and Communist leaders. Transparency of the dove of peace. Russian occupation soldiers among spectators. Vopos March. Aerial view of Berlin at the Brandenburg Gate. West Berlin: "Battle group against inhumanity" organized protest rally "Where are our prisoners?" Returned prisoners of war speaks o-ton: "in 1946 I was deported by Germans and Russians to Siberia. We arrived there, found a camp, half in the ground, half on Earth, nothing like bugs and fleas. To eat: water soup for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The same year we had 107 deaths. From 107 dead 87 had died of starvation." Dr. Rainer Hildebrandt talks o-ton: "there are units of 100 men or more, who died in captivity and who have disappeared now completely from the ground. ... The frequently Sung song of Red Guard has the following text: on red drum, smash, smash. We, To want we it Munich. The enemy will feel our weapons and also a bloodhound shoot us dead, so dead. We die for the flag red.
International Automobile Exhibition in West Berlin at the Funkturm Porsche turns on stand. Borgward, VW, Mercedes. Among the guests of honour: Kurt Schumacher, Franz Blücher, Paul Löbe, Luise Schröder, Wilhelm Kaisen, Otto Suhr, on the tour: Ludwig Erhard, Ernst Reuter.
06. Mannheim: Boxing: Joe Walcott beat Hein Ten Hoff points Joe Walcott with a bathrobe over his head in the corner of the ring. Ten Hoff enters ring. Spectators sit in the rain and To try to protect themselves with coats. Among the spectators of Max Schmeling. 1 round: A goal by Walcott caused broken nose. Ten Hoff's bleeding from nose. Ten Hoff Walcott hits hard in the 5th round. Ten Hoff on the smooth floor slips in the 10th round. Heavy shock Exchange. Walcott is superior winners after points and wreath.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Boxes; DDR; Demonstrations; Higher education; cameramen, cameramen; Education, youth; Parades; Posters, fonts, banners; Political events; Police; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Sailing; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; Cities; Deaths, funerals; automotive industry; War, prisoners of war; Engagement; aerial photographs; Construction; Exhibitions; Mining; Crew; Japan; Sports honors; aftermath of war
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Welt im Film 261/1950
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