Welt im Film 337/1951 17.11.1951
01 UN-Conference in Paris: Western powers present disarmament plan, Moscow rejects from Palais de Chaillot, totally. Eiffel Tower, previously UN flags. UN flags, large. Foreign Minister Wyshinsky welcomes Foreign Minister Eden, totally. Cameramen. Dean Acheson in addition to Eden, great. Eleanor Roosevelt among those present, total. Truman in radio address, big, talks about disarmament proposals. Wyshinsky goes to the lectern and speaks actuality, total and close to half. He rejects disarmament proposals and make their own proposals. Wyshinsky goes to his place and is complimented for the speech, close to half of the Soviet delegate Malik.
(47 m) 02 updates soon a. Göttingen: 200 year celebration of the Academy of Sciences crowd on the road. Car driving through crowd. Heuss gets out of car, half-close. Heuss as a listener of the celebration, close to half. Under Prime Minister Kopf listeners and the President of the Academy of Heisenberg, total. Heisenberg talks, half close, and receives congratulatory addresses of foreign scientists. People stand up and clap.
(17 m) b. Bonn: Heuss honors Davis - Cup team Heuss in the circle of the tennis player Gottfried von CRAMM, Ernst Buchholtz and Rolf Göpfert, half-close. Silver bay leaf, big. Heuss presented by CRAMM and Göpfert bay leaf, half-close.
(10 m) c. Bonn: Heuss receives U.S. - parliamentarians Villa Hammerschmidt, totally. Senators entered the House. Heuss with his American guests on the terrace, half-close.
(12 m) d. Berlin: air-raid shelter of the Reich Chancellery debris from the destroyed Reichstag building. Men with lamps go through underground passages under the Tiergarten Park. Bricked door leads to the East zone. The former air-raid shelter for diplomats and the Reich Chancellery bunker. Wine cellar of the Reich Chancellery.
(28 m) 03 Berlin: venom snake farm people pass on snake cages. Snakes in captivity. Cobra, it's great. Snake is taken out of cage, taken behind head and Venom taken from. Tarantulas in the cage. Scientist takes poison spider. Poison is filled in Arzeneiflaschen.
(43 m) 04. fashion and Carnival a. Bad Godesberg: winter fashion Jaques Fath mannequins on catwalk show fur coats. Day dress. Cocktail dress with wide 3/4 of long skirt. Dress with wide sleeves of fur. Evening dresses. Evening gown with veil stole.
(33 m) b. Cologne: Carnival start at the 11.11 Carnival. Swaying. Men in short shorts and striped stockings swaying. Camera celebrated with.
(19 m) 05 sport a. keel: Holstein Kiel - HSV 0:4 game scenes. Call boys, half-close. Game at the Kiel gate. Warning running out the door and catches ball. HSV shoots 1:0 cheering spectators. HSV shoots 2:0 players embrace. Viewers jump. HSV shoots 2 goals.
(35 m) b. Frankfurt: turn international match Germany - Switzerland bars Turner. Adalbert Dan Hutton in floor exercise. Josef Stadler, Lucerne, on the high bar. Audience clapping. Helmut Bantz on the horizontal bar.
(32 m) c. Florida: water ski water skier behind boat. Water skiers on small skis character run. Jump. Jump with rotation. Mass jump without falling.
Persons in the Film
Bantz, Helmut ; Buchholz, Ernst ; Acheson, Dean ; Eden, Anthony ; Heisenberg, Werner ; Heuss, Theodor ; Kopf, Hinrich ; Malik, Jakob ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano ; Truman, Harry ; Wyschinsky ; Cramm von, Gottfried ; Dickhut, Adalbert ; Göpfert, Rolf ; Stalder, Josef ; Warning, Walter
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Higher education ; cameramen, cameramen ; Carnival ; Flags ; Carnival ; Football ; Medals, awards, honors ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; Debris ; Gymnastics ; UN ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; People ; water skiing ; Surfing ; Science ; Fashion ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Japan ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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Welt im Film 337/1951
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