Welt im Film 340/1951 08.12.1951
01 Strasbourg: Session of European Parliament silhouette of the Strasbourg Cathedral. Cityscape. Flags before the Maison de l'Europe. Spaak on arrival, half-close. Carlo Schmid on arrival, half-close. Carlo Schmid in conversation, great. Courtroom.
(21 m) 02. New York: air-raid - probe alarm road. The air raid headquarters. Men and women put on helmets in alarm. Crowd before Keller. People get out of bus. Schoolchildren walk in basement. Stationary traffic. Wacky shots after the end of the exercise. Race cars and people.
(35 m) 03 updates soon a. Bonn: Heuss calls "Thanks to donation of the German people" on Heuss at the lectern, half-close. Foundation to acquire images of contemporary artists and give thanks for assistance to peoples. Adenauer, great listeners. Blücher, big, Heuss speaks, great.
(13 m) 03 updates soon a. Italy: floods - wedding houses stand in the water. Little cat sits on tree. Wedding party going on boats. Bridal couple is married on boat. Ring Exchange. Young couple drives on boot.
(15 m) b. Bremen and Eystrup: explosives attacks?
Newspaper Bremer Nachrichten. Headline: Dr. Wolfard killed by assassination - the editorial building of the Bremen messages. Torn-out window in the room of editor in Chief after the assassination. Glaser cement a window. Destruction at the post Office of Eystrup after explosion of an explosive device in package.
(19 m) d. Munich: Professor Shuster, U.S. Land Commissioner of Bavaria, adopted himself before returning to America Shuster says goodbye to the press. Close-up of Shuster. Handshake with his successor Dr. Oron Hale.
(10 m) e. UN delegates Mrs. Edith Sampson on lecture tour Mrs. Sampson (African American) speaks on lecture tour about her work as an international expert on social problems, great.
(9 m) 04 colourful image gallery a. Göttingen: skeletons made of plastic skeletons are made from plastic. Workers in the production of bone. Casting of parts in forms. Spinal cord is strung. Skeleton is assembled and packaged in a box. Skeleton encounters box again.
(24 m) b. Rome: demonstration of winter fashion in Zoo mannequin sitting at wells. Pelzgefütterte jacket. Polar bears, big. Demonstration against pillars. Swan in the water. Getting into sports car.
(22 m) c. Düsseldorf: Vienna ice Revue ice dance of troupe, Waltz. Clown on the ice.
(32 m) 5th sport a. London: football - international match England - Austria 2:2 kick-off. Serious viewers. Playback. Storms. Goalkeeper keeps. Spectators close to half full-image. In the second half, Austria shoots the 1:0 spectators wave small flags. England shoots 1:1 and shortly after that 2:1 English Defender's hand. Austria scored penalties to 2-2. Viewers stops program in front of his face.
(28 m) b. Gelsenkirchen: Schalke 04 - FC Köln 2-1 game scenes. Schalke plays to consider. Goal for Schalke, compensation for Cologne. Boys swing flags. Defender's hand in the Cologne area. Scarf penalty to the 2: c. Hanover turns 1 (25 m): table tennis - international match Germany - Portugal 8:1 Brown, Germany, triumphs over Campas, Portugal. Dr. MacFarlane, Germany, triumphs over Ramos, Portugal. Young spectator, large. Audience clapping. Germany WINS 8:1 presentation of flowers.
(23 m) d. Berlin: six days rider on the track. Falls. Hunts in the Sports Hall at the radio tower.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Ice skating ; Industry ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Flags ; Foreign workers ; Football ; Political events ; Cycling ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; sports facilities ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; table tennis ; UN ; Buildings ; Air raid ; Medicine ; Transport: General ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Revues ; Fashion ; Jobs ; Assassinations ; Crew ; Industrial ; Sports honors ; aftermath of war
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Welt im Film 340/1951
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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