UFA-Wochenschau 10/1956 03.10.1956

Synopsis

01 Cologne: 1956 Photokina camera lens, great. Poster Photokina. Heuss examined the first fully automatic Agfa camera. Stand voigtlander. Gerhard Schröder with the oldest photographic camera in the world. Photos with scenes and holes through which the heads are inserted. Lady photographed with binocular camera. Zeiss Ikon. International visitors. Large telephoto lens.

02. Hamburg: Federal Congress of the DGB as introduction conducts Alfred Hering the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra "when we move since on since". The composer Hans Peter Haller with the notes of his orchestral variations. 2. Chairman of the DGB is Georg Reuter's opening speech. Great as a listener, Konrad Adenauer, Erich Ollenhauer, Carlo Schmid.

03. Berlin: Restore the Quadriga for the Brandenburg Gate molds of the dismantled Quadriga, which should be rebuilt as a symbol of Berlin. Red flag blowing on the Brandenburg Gate.

04. Spandau: Dismissal of Dönitz watchtowers of Spandau. Review of the accused in the Nuremberg trials. Dönitz sitting next to Kaltenbrunner. Car with headlights from the gate drives in the night. In a garden in Berlin, Dönitz answered the questions of reporters with silence.

05. Vatican: Pope Pius XII. Welcomes the Liberian President William Tubman in the summer residence, Castell Gandolfo drives car before. William Tubman gets out and is managed by the Swiss Guard to the audience. Guard presents. Tubman kisses the hand of Pope Pius. Pius presented commemorative medals also to wife and daughters Tubman and his entourage.

06. Prague: air show Jet aerobatic machine. Mass parachute jump. Double jump with plumes in free fall. Trajectories of Springer intersect and diverge again. Viewers. Parachutes open and landing.

07. United States: Soaring Bell X 2 pilot X rising Bell small aircraft in carrier aircraft, propeller plane starts as carrier aircraft. Bell will release X under the hull of the carrier aircraft. Flight. Pilot goes out after landing. (2 days later crash the Bell X 2 with the death of the pilot).

8th World animal day piglets and poultry farm. Dachshund looks out window. Fawn, large. Little boy feeding chickens. Dachshund and piglets. Fawn licking little boy. Big dog licks Fawn and plays. Throws himself on the ground. German Shepherd Dog and cat child eating from a bowl.

09 traffic offenders snake meanders on AST: motorists in an open car meanders in caravans to the front, right and left and runs into the gaps as traffic reptile. Überfahrenes over chicken, rabbit experienced over. RAM head. OWL, great. Car driver stares by Lorgnon on signs, which are unable to detect. Cockatoo, large. Driver at the wheel converses continually with passengers to the back and comes out of the way. Dog in the area. Men Park car in curve and need to fence. TRUCK overhauled man laboriously in curve, fat, eat plenty and wedges in car. With cigar in mouth he nearly asleep at the wheel. Rooster crows. Lovers Kiss while driving. Man don't pay attention to traffic and causing near miss.

10 Stuttgart: art turn international match Germany - Switzerland breakdown from NDW 349 / 13. The rings of Robert Klein. Helmut Bantz turns on the parallel bars. Sepp Stalder / Switzerland WINS on the horizontal bar. In the individual competition Sepp Stalder before Helmut Bantz WINS, the Switzerland WINS just in the team competition.

11 Dresden: Rudolf Harbig memory Sports Festival 800 m running: Starter is launching pad. Viewers standing half-close at the Rudolf Harbig Memorial race. Scribing Grove / Leipzig WINS ahead of Günther Dohrow. 4 x 100 m relay women: with unification occupation, fish, Stubnik, Köhler, Meyer runs the season with 45.1 sec world record. Viewers filling picture, gossip. Award ceremony.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Bantz, Helmut; Adenauer, Konrad; Dönitz, Karl; Haller, Hans Peter; Hering, Alfred; Heuss, Theodor; Kaiser, Jakob; Ollenhauer, Erich; Pius XII.; Reuter, Georg; Schröder, Gerhard; Storch, Karl; Tubman, William; Wissel, Rudolf; Dohrow, Günther; Fisch, Erika; Klein, Robert; Köhler, Gisela; Meyer, Bärbel; Richtzenhain, Klaus; Stalder, Sepp; Stubnik, Christa

Places

Berlin; Cologne; Prague; United States; Spandau; Vatican; Amsterdam; Dresden; Stuttgart; Hamburg

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Monuments; Justice; cameramen, cameramen; Flags; skydiving, skydiving; Photographers; Religious events; Reviews; Spoprt-Ehrungen; sports audience, sports spectator; sporting events; Theatres; Gymnastics; Athletics, jogging, fun run; Crime; Transport: General; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Construction; Exhibitions; Trade unions; Sports honors; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 10/1956

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
03.10.1956
Year of Production:
1956

Credits

Origin:
Title: Photokina in Cologne camera: Stoll, Essmann 4 DGB Congress in Hamburg camera: Seib, Luppa restore. Quadriga in Berlin?
Camera: Pahl Dönitz released from prison camera: Pahl review Nuremberg trials origin: Archive Mr. Winston Tubman at the Pope origin: iNcom news from the aviation origin: Metro, Prague film to the World animal day camera: Rau, Hafner traffic offenders origin: Pathé Journal sports: gymnastics: Germany Switzerland camera: Rau, Hafner Sports Festival in Dresden camera: Jansen, Pahl conclusion:

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