Welt im Film 351/1952 23.02.1952
01. the funeral of King George VI. people on the street. Lying in State in Westminster Hall. Population passes on the coffin. Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, Princess Elizabeth veiled in funeral service, totally. Funeral procession. Marines pull carriage with coffin. Funeral in Windsor Castle. Soldiers carry the coffin.
(30 m) 2 updates in the near future as Cologne. Before of the Munich Frauenkirche Church flags at half-mast funeral services for King George. Flags on half mast before Ignatius House in Frankfurt. Funeral service in the Church of England in Cologne. Heuss and diplomats on arrival, half-close.
(16 m) b. Frankfurt: Conference on women Mrs. McCloy at the lectern, half-close. Puts on glasses and speaks in English, o-ton: "the happiness of our children depends on whether we are alert enough that no weeds growing, neither at school nor in the press, in the judiciary, nor by political adventurers. We hold the freedoms that we have: the peace and the human rights. We will retain only both, if we are prepared to use us for them." Faces of listeners, tall and half close.
(29 m) c. Bayern: wild feeding wildlife in the snow. Hunters carry feed bales. US planes drop hay bales. Man wears hay to feeding site. Wild eats at feeding site.
(23 m) d. Frankfurt: Christian Socialist Congress fat, big, talks, quote: "I'm sure in the name of all German good trade unionist to speak, when I say that German trade unions are willing to make their contribution to the shaping of the European idea." As Paul Henry Spaak listeners with headphones, is great. Paul Henry Spaak on the lectern, half-close.
(32 m) e. Norderney: swim competition swim swimmer swimming in the wave pool. Herbert Klein launches and swims a new world record in 100 m butterfly. Man with a stopwatch. Herbert Klein rises out of the water, and congratulations.
(18 m) f. Gelsenkirchen: Hippo baby Hippo cow enters the water. Little Hippo remains. Hippo swims back and nudges Hippo baby in the water. It goes down and come back up. Both hippos in the water.
(19 m) 03 Oslo: the Winter Olympics 1st report: (Olympic fire, opening, two-woman bobsleigh, ice hockey, downhill ladies) cityscapes in Oslo. The Olympic torch ignited in Mountain ski veteran Sondre Norheim. Ski runners carry the Olympic flame in relay after Oslo. Invasion of the athletes in the ice stadium, Bislett Stadium. The team of the United States. Invasion of the German team. Anderl Ostler and Nieboer, half-close. People clapping and waving. Princess Ragnhild speaks the opening words. Torch bearer lit the Olympic flame. The FIBT: Start. Bob on the railway. Ostler, Nieboer, great. You watch the race. Start of the German bobs. Victory ride. Germany wins against the United States and of Switzerland. Ostler and Nieboer, great. Ice hockey: Germany - Czechoslovakia 1:6-game. Players fall. Shot on goal for the Czech Republic. Downhill - women's: ski runners. MIRL Buchner, half-close. Andrea Mead Lawrence, United States, runs and crashes. Runners on the track. Trude Jochum-Beiser, Austria, runs and wins gold medal for Austria. MIRL Buchner runs through the goal and win the silver medal.
Persons in the Film
Buchner Fischer, Annemarie ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Fette, Christian ; Heuss, Theodor ; McCloy ; Margaret von England ; Ragnhild von Norwegen ; Spaak, Paul Henry ; Jensen, Ole ; Jochum-Beiser, Trude ; Klein, Herbert ; Mead, Andrea ; Nieberl, Lorenz ; Norheim, Sondre ; Ostler, Anderl
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Flags ; Women, mothers ; Olympic Games 1952 ; Political events ; Religious events ; Swimming ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; animal welfare, animal welfare ; Deaths, funerals ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Trade unions ; aftermath of war
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Welt im Film 351/1952
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