UFA-Wochenschau 85/1958 12.03.1958

Synopsis

01 Stuttgart: Interview with the Director of the Research Institute for Physics of radiation drives Professor Eugen Sänger and the Nobel Laureate Max Born about meaning and benefits of space technology and the Nobel Laureate Max Born about meaning and benefits of space technology Institute with laboratory equipment and measuring apparatus. Professor Eugen Sänger actuality: "In the course of further development we may expect that up to the year 1970 at the latest manned satellites, manned rockets will revolve around the Earth. This development has largely ceased military objectives and military uses, but it serves scientific and also economic in the future objectives, i.e. There will be devices, which have civilian and peaceful objectives." Rocket launchings. Satellite. Professor Max Born o-ton: "in my opinion there is no justification, spend a hundred billion for the development of space travel. The findings likely will have little benefit to the people of Earth. It's a distraction from more important tasks on our Earth. Space travel seems to me a triumph of mind, but a tragic failure of reason."
(50 m) 02 Manchester: tribute to 30 German doctors and nurses German doctors and nurses headed by Professor Mason will be greeted at the airfield. Many people wave as thanks for the care of the footballer who died in the plane crash in Munich. When you enter the football stadium of Manchester, rise up to 60,000 people and clap. From the loudspeaker transmitted a message of the injured still in Munich coach.
(35 m) 03. Cologne: Adenauer is Honorary Knight of the Teutonic order breakdown from NDW 424 / 1: in Cologne St Andrew's Church of Adenauer in the Teutonic Knights as a honorary Knight absorbed. Adenauer kneels down. Order and mantle him be killed. The Austrian Federal Chancellor Raab provides the honor assistance. Adenauer is the 13 politicians, this is the distinction. The German order is a religious association in the service of Christian charity (In the middle ages Christianization of the East).
(20 m) 04 Washington: new Ambassador of the USSR of the new Russian Ambassador Mikhail Menschikow rises before the White House out of car and home. Cameramen.
(8 m) 05. Moscow: 40th anniversary of the Red Army breakdown from NDW 424/2: meeting in the Moscow Palace of sport. Khrushchev on the lectern in general uniform. Clapping. Onslaught of youth in the aisles of the Hall and presenting flowers.
(11 m) 06. Tehran: divorce rumors to Soraya review: wedding of Shah Reza Pahlevi with Soraya. Soraya in Cologne with her mother at shopping. Getting into Mercedes and departure.
(17 m) 07. Sweden: Engagement Princess Margaretha with a middle-class Englishman after visit of Princess Margaretha with a gala ball, engagement will be announced.
(11 m) 08 homecoming Princess Beatrix from Suriname folk festival in Panamaribo. The population of Beatrix past festival parade. Beatrice boards the aircraft. Departure. Arrival in Holland and embrace with Juliana at the airfield.
(25 m) 09 Rome: wedding of the daughter of fashion King Emilio Schubert Emilio Schubert beckons behind a curtain. Bridal gown is tried on. Groom, great. Wedding. Car is umdrängt.
(21 m) 10 clever and forgetful: the racing driver breakdown from NDW 424/9: Maria moves in sleek sports car and speaks with a police officer clever. Clever shows him that he has run over transit signs for fast driving and asks licence due to reckless driving.
(38 m) 11 United States: car Polo drive men in small covered cars and playing great ball. Small cars roll over in the battle for the ball. (18 m) 12 Paris: Middleweight boxing: European champion Charles Humez defeated Bubi Scholz points breakdown from NDW 424/13: hit Exchange. In the 2nd round violent attacks by humez, Scholz goes down, gets up again and goes back to their knees while the referee counts. In the 7th round, envelops humez on Scholz, pinning him on the ring rope, and ends up hit. Scholz have to go back to the ground, but don't give up. After 69 successful battles, Bubi Scholz suffers 1 defeat. Both boxers in the ring.
(56 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Adenauer, Konrad ; Beatrice von Holland ; Born, Max ; Chruschtschow, Nikita ; Gross, Walter ; Hussels, Jupp ; Juliana von Holland ; Margareta von Schweden ; Maurer ; Menschikow, Mikhail ; Raab, Julius ; Reza Pahlevi von Persien ; Sänger, Eugen ; Soraya von Persien ; Sybilla von Schweden ; Schubert, Emilio ; Thummler ; Humez, Charles ; Scholz, Gustav

Places

Cologne ; Manchester ; Moskau ; Tehran ; Sweden ; Rome ; Stuttgart ; Washington ; Holland ; Paris ; United States ; Paramaribo ; The Hague

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Higher education ; Interviews ; motor sports ; Medals, awards, honors ; Political events ; Rockets ; Satellite ; Animals (except dogs) ; automotive engineering, automotive ; automotive industry ; Engagement ; space ; Foreign policy events ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; transport

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Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 85/1958

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
12.03.1958
Year of Production:
1958

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Opening title Strahlenforschg. Institute, Stuttgart interview m. Prof. Eug. Singer camera: Seib interview of with Prof. Max born camera: Stoll reception Mun. Doctors in Manchester origin: Pathé News Dr. Adenauer, Honorary Knight d. German order camera: Luppa, basic Menshikov, Russia. Embassy. i. wash.
Origin: Metro 40th anniversary d. red. Army, Moscow origin: DEFA Soraya divorce rumors camera: Luppa origin: Archive PR. Margaret v. Finland. ESP. Gala ball origin: Svensk film "Beatrix' return from Surinam origin: Polygoon Emilio of Schubert's daughter marries origin: iNcom"Racer", clever & Bowl car Polo in America origin: archive boxes, Scholz: humez, Paris origin: Pathé journal end brand"

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Max Born’s 50th Death Anniversary († January 5, 1970)

Max Born is one of the most remarkable physicists and mathematicians of the 20th century. His research contributes substantially to the founding of theoretical quantum physics.

Born into a bourgeois German-Jewish family Born attends universities in Breslau, Heidelberg, Zurich, Cambridge and Göttingen where he studies mathematics, physics, astronomy as well as law and moral philosophy. After completing his habilitation in 1909 with a work on the “relativistic electron” he does research at the universities in G­öttingen and Frankfurt before accepting a position as professor extraordinarius of theoretical physics at the Friedrich-Wlhelms-University in Berlin, where he gets to work with luminaries like Albert Einstein and Max Planck. Four years later he gets his first professorship at Frankfurt am Main. In 1921 he is called to Göttingen. There he develops fundamental portions of quantum mechanics, among his assistants is Werner Heisenberg.

After the Nazi Party comes to power he is suspended without pay and emigrates to England. At first he works at the Cavendish Lab in Cambridge. In 1939 he assumes the prestigious position as Tait professor in Edinburgh. Born retires in 1953 and returns to Germany. One year later he is honoured with the Noble Prize for his statistical interpretation of wave function, also known as “Copenhagen Interpretation”.

Born is outspoken about philosophical and social questions, in particular he talks about the responsibility of scientists. Together with 17 other leading nuclear scientists he signs the Göttingen Manifest in 1957, which opposes the German government’s plans to arm the West German military with nuclear tactical weapons. In 1970, at the age of 87, Born dies in Göttingen, of which he had been an honorary citizen. 

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