Welt im Film 355/1952 22.03.1952
01 UN Commission arrives in Germany the Palais Schaumburg. Right of way of the car. UN delegates enter House. UN delegates in conversation with Adenauer, total. Adenauer speaking, actuality: "I called the Government say, that this day, on which the UN delegation here has arrived, encouraged us in the header of the reunification in peace and freedom to reach, in turn."
(30 m) 02 updates soon a. Braunschweig: demonstration of the "League of European youth" against East zone regime meeting place. Young man reads call, quote: "... like for example against the 17 Saxon high school student sentenced to a total of 137 years imprisonment were, because they rebelled against the system of coercion and subjugation of the." Youth groups as a listener. Balloons are allowed with messages fly at the zone boundary.
(23 m) b. Straubing: Czech border policemen refugees the border policemen report to the press about her life in the Czech Republic. (13 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Berlin: Fox on the chimney ruins of houses. Little Fox sitting on the chimney. Fire sets to the Fox Board and attracts him with chunks of meat down. Camera stands in ruins. Fox jumps from ruin.
(27 m) b. Stuttgart: Mercedes 300 SL radiator of the Mercedes 300 SL, great. Drivers increases in sports car and driving on Highway and through curves.
(18 m) 04. NATO maneuver Admiral Carnay, Supreme Commander of NATO in southern Europe is on ship, totally. Helicopter starts. Drive warships. Aerial view of naval ships. Aircraft launch from aircraft carriers. Eisenhower in Naples at Conference of the fleet commanders, half-close. Maneuver of the occupation forces in Germany. Transport aircraft drop by parachute parts of the bridge. Troops build rafts floating ferry. Tanks used to ferry over. Eisenhower go down stairs in Frankfurt, get in car and goes to general staff meeting.
(48 m) 05. Graceful news of fashion and Ballet a. Bad Godesberg: Christian Dior fashion show mannequin introduces bright dress and fur. Evening dress on the catwalk. Afternoon dress with a wide hat. White tight dress. Spectator with big flower hat. Afternoon dress. Evening dresses.
(34 m) Munich: Kurt Jooss ballet training. Dancers in training at the Barre. Dancer attracts before performance ballet shoes. Dance of old Viennese of Waltz.
(21 m) 6th sports a. Berlin: six days riders on the track. RIA and Paul Falk start the race, half-close. Chases and crashes.
(18 m) b. Frankfurt. Eintracht Frankfurt - 1 FC Nuremberg 1-0 kick-off. Foul in the penalty area. Player crashes. Frankfurt scored a 1-0 penalty. The Frankfurt defense destroyed the Nuremberg attacks. The teams go from the square.
(21 m) c. Hanover: Deutsche Fechtmeisterschaften Sabre: Paul deer ring, Hanover, losing against Richard Liebscher, Hannover. Spectator and audience, great. Liebscher WINS. Audience clapping, big.
(19 m) d. feet: ice hockey Germany - Switzerland 4-3 game. The Switzerland's 1-0 lead. Germany shoots compensation. Keeps the German goalkeeper. Players fall. Shot on goal for Germany.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Demonstrations ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; cameramen, cameramen ; Education, youth ; Europe, EDC, EEC ; Fencing ; Refugees ; Women, mothers ; Football ; Political events ; Cycling ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; UN ; Buildings ; automotive engineering, automotive ; automotive industry ; Maneuver ; Elections ; Listener ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; NATO ; Hockey ; aerial photographs ; Cinema commercials ; Crew ; Japan ; aftermath of war
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Welt im Film 355/1952
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