Welt im Film 330/1951 29.09.1951
01 Adenauer when the aldermen, Germany should be gleichberechtigter Castle Ernich, the seat of the French High Commissioner become a partner. Adenauer welcomes Francois Poncet on his arrival. Right of way by car. McCloy getting out. Politicians at the meeting table.
(25 m) 02 updates soon a. Ottawa: meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Atlantic Pact meeting participants, including Dean Acheson and Robert Schuman. Spokesman. Greece and Turkey are invited to join in the Pact.
(15 m) b. Bonn: ceremony of the 1st German cross of merit order of merit, big. Heuss gives the cross a miner for the rescue of two miners from the shaft.
(11 m) c. Hamburg: Conference of the European movement meeting in the Ernst-Merck-Halle. Paul Henri Spaak speaks, half-close. Duncan Sandys, son-in-law of Winston Churchill speaks. Eugen Kogon says. André Philip, former French economy Minister speaks, original sound. "The totalitarian propaganda, which is masked with peace and freedom slogans, is a poison for the free Nations, because behind her stand alone war and bondage."
(28 m) d. Bremerhaven: 500 immigrants from Transylvania drive displaced persons with suitcases before emigration to the United States. Go to the ship.
(14 m) e. Munich: National Party Congress of the FDP meeting room with font FDP. Blücher speaks, half close to the original sound. "You would like to be living in peace and freedom as we, but they are the victims of tyranny, which we will have to face a United force, not of war but of peace will."
(20 m) 03 United States: giant rocket filming the Earth rocket launch ZL. Camera films from rocket. Earth's surface away. Rising rocket, total. Filmed image of the Earth from an altitude of 200 km. Rotating globe.
(20 m) 04 colourful image gallery a. Munich: Oktoberfest flag swivel, great. Bavaria Chapel. Brewery horses before cars. Balloons. Young woman with balloon. Mecki sits in a beer glass and speaks. Mecki sits on balloon and fly over terrain. Marquee, total. Carousel. Roller coaster. Lighted coaster. Bumper cars. Spider carousel.
(37 m) b. Frankfurt: chimpanzee and cat Chimp goes to the cupboard and nibbling. Wife comes. Monkey holds hands before his eyes. Woman wearing monkey to sink and washes him. Monkey holt cat, lifting them to the sink and washes them. When someone comes, he throws them down.
(32 m) 5th sport a. Wetzlar's marathon runners at the start and run. Walking through rows of spectators. Runners on the track. Turning point. Dutch Nr. 6 van der Zande leads and goes first through the target.
(23 m) b. Vienna: Fußballänderspiel Austria Germany 0:2 inlet of the teams. Game leaders greet. Kick-off. Game scenes, totally. Austria charge ahead. Viewers with Hat, half-close. Crowd gate. Austria hits post. Half-time score 0:0 game scenes. Corner kick for Germany ZL. MORLOCK shoots 1:0, total. Players embrace. Audience clapping. Austria tried to achieve the balance. Turek fends off. Haastrup shoots 2-0 for Germany 4 minutes before the end of the game. Repetition of the shot in ZL, total. Game display. Players go from the square.
Persons in the Film
Acheson, Dean; Adenauer, Konrad; Blücher, Franz; Duncan-Sandys; François-Ponçet, André; Heuss, Theodor; Kogon, Eugen; McCloy, John; Mecki; Philip, André; Spaak, Paul Henry; Schuman, Robert; Haferkamp; Morlock, Max; Turek, Toni; Zande van der
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Europe, EDC, EEC; Flags; Football; Musical events; Medals, awards, honors; Political events; Rockets; Shipping; sports audience, sports spectator; Animals (except dogs); Athletics, jogging, fun run; festivals; NATO; Emigrants; German 99.169 weekly show GmbH:; aftermath of war
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Welt im Film 330/1951
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