UFA-Wochenschau 35/1957 27.03.1957

Synopsis

1 Rome: Signing of the European treaties - formation of a common market breakdown from NDW 374 / 4: Adenauer, and the representatives of France, Italy, the Netherlands (LUNs), Belgium and Luxembourg signed the Treaty of Rome to the creation of a common market. Agreement with signatures.

02. Moscow: State visit of Hungarian Prime Minister Kadar on the airfield March the Soviet leadership with flower bouquets in wide phalanx. Kádár comes down stairs and is welcomed by Bulganin. Stepping off the front of the stand. Cameramen.

03. Bermuda: Anglo-American Conference breakdown from NDW 374 / 2: on the Cruiser Canberra drive Eisenhower for recreation on the Bermudas. Launch lands. Eisenhower gets out and is welcomed. MacMillan welcomes Eisenhower. Anglo-American friendship was confirmed at Conference (here is some other editing).

04. England: the dockers strike silence in English ports. Cranes stand still. 200,000 shipyard workers strike for higher wages by 10%. Unions strike pay.

05. Tokyo: unionized workers to strike for higher wages gather strike for higher wages on the road. Confrontation with the police. In rigid front workers and policemen face off. Swivel feet to faces.

06 Bonn: Visit by NATO Supreme Commander General Norstad breakdown from NDW 374 / 3: stand of the Bundeswehr presents the rifle. Norstad and accompaniment comes down stairs. Welcome address by Lieutenant General Hay singer. Norstad and hay singer act out front of the stand. Hay singer jumps officious to Norstad to question. Norstad welcomes NATO officers. Departure from Mercedes.

07. Koblenz: Turnpike of a barracks opens NATO troops from France and Germany in an army barracks between French and German soldiers. German and French soldiers in NATO combat exercise with tanks.

08. Saarland: Protests against dust plague power plant on French soil from chimneys smoke emitted. Barnyard chickens refuse food. Dense layer of dust is swept of trees. In workshop on boards thick dust. Tax school and choosing strike in small Blittersdorf. Children run into the street. Clouds of smoke from the chimneys of the power station sources because protest is useless.

09 Berlin: Redesign the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche breakdown from NDW 374/8: ruins of the Church. Traffic on Kurfürstendamm. Settings of the steeple. Award-winning Professor Eiermann design for the new of Church. Protest letters. As a landmark of the old tower remains affiliated the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church (here some other editing).

10 Hamburg: Alster swans leave their winter quarters Alster swans are fed into the mill pond. Swan is ringed. Swans are transported in barges to the Alster and exposed.

11. Munich: spring fashion fashion Shulze Varell. Tight spring costume and bright blouse. Bright wool coat with wide sash and veil hat. Großblumiges dress with a jacket. Spring dress with mushroom hat. Crocus.

12 United States: Football practice players run on box frame. Throw by ring. Practice of detention with the doll.

13 Berlin: Rugby international match Germany - France of 3:11 superior game of the French. Game without protective clothing. Hold. Run with the ball. As spectators occupying soldiers. France player runs with the ball across the field. Children cheer.

14. Dortmund: Indoor handball Germany - Czechoslovakia 16:18 before the beginning of the game are both teams together. Spectators close to half. Gate casts on both sides. Goalkeeper parades. Audience clapping.

15 French parachutists on both sides of the helmet of skydivers slow motion cameras are attached. Jump from plane in ZL. Jumps and flights via Casablanca. Flying human above the Earth. Handshake before the bounce height of 2000 m.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Adenauer, Konrad; Bulganin; Eisenhower, Dwight; Heusinger; Kadar; Luns, Joseph; McMillan, Harold; Norstad, Lauris; Segni; Woroschilow

Places

Berlin; Bonn; Koblenz; Rome; France; Moskau; Munich; Tokyo; Hamburg; England; Saarland; Bermuda; Dortmund; United States

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Federal; Bundeswehr; Handball; Europe, EDC, EEC; skydiving, skydiving; Football; Pacts; Political events; Police; Rugby; Shipping; sports audience, sports spectator; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Strike, strike; Animals (except dogs); environmental protection, pollution; Buildings; automotive engineering, automotive; automotive industry; Contracts; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Fashion; NATO; Agreement; Football; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 35/1957

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
27.03.1957
Year of Production:
1957

Credits

Origin:
Title brand: Adenauer in Rome (fortieth. European treaties) camera: basic Kádár in the Kremlin origin: Sovkino Anglo American Bermuda Conference also known as shipyard workers strike origin: Pathe news Demonstrat. d. Japanese workers origin: Asahi news Norstad in Bonn camera: basic fire DT-franz. Barracks near Koblenz camera: strong dust plague in small Blittersdorf camera: strong project Emperor Wilh. Memorial Church camera: Pahl spring start Hbg. Alster swans spring start fashions Heinz Schulze-Varell camera: Seib, Rau training d. Notre Dame of football clubs origin: Metro Rugby Dtschla. / France Berlin camera: Pahl handball Czech Republic/Dtschld. Dortmund camera: reason, fire, disciple of Franz. Parachute artists origin: Pathé journal final mark:

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