UFA-Wochenschau 91/1958 23.04.1958


01 London: Visit Adenauer car reverses. Road sign Downingstreet. Guard greets. Interview with McMillan.
(45 m) 02. Paris: Prime Minister supported Gaillard reporter umdrängen members. Arrival of Gaillard and Mendès France. Session of the Parliament. Gaillard, who sought compromise in the conflict of Tunisia, was supported.

03. Warsaw: Visit of the Soviet President Voroshilov train arriving on station. Hug and kisses Voroshilov Gomulka at welcome to the 13th anniversary of the Soviet Polish friendship treaty.

04. Monaco: Baptism of Prince Albert crowd on the square in front of the Castle. Rainier with Carolin Gracia and Albert. Baptism in the Church.
(45 m) 5th Russia: Caspian Sea, sealers jump seal fishing through ice floes and To try to catch animals that go into hiding. You To give up hunting. Out of their holes, the seals emerge and see the hunters.
(12 m) 06 smart and forgetful: Karama breakdown from NDW 430 / 6: clever praises motorcycle after test drive. Maria explains that one must drive with force and howling turns on gas. Motorcycle riders drive their past. 2 girl walk past and say "Show-off". Maria leaves carefully and quietly.
(28 m) 7th Brussels: world's fair the Atomium. King Badouin to arrive by car and opening interview. Crowd. Pigeons fly up. Jet Fighter Squadron. Air taxi helicopter lands on grounds. Exhibition gondolas ride. Tour of the exhibition with webs. The Atomium, which gives information about the nuclear development in the individual balls. Restaurant at the top of the Atomium. Flags of countries from all over the world. Hall of the USSR: the working man. Sputnik 2 (dog laika). Rotunda of the United States (90 m). With a House of the future. Fashion show, paintings, modern sculpture. Modern architecture. Netherlands shows the battle with the water in wind and wave channel. The Bell Tower plays Wunschkonzert. The controversial German Pavilion with plastic by Professor Heiligers; The back purchased Germany! Topic: Life and work in Germany. Modern architecture. East pagoda. Favorite of the exhibition: the cheerful Belgium - Brussels at the turn of the century. The city of papier-mâché as strongest attraction. A beer at sidewalk cafe drinking bars. Organ grinder. Degenschlucker. Street musicians. Stalls. Clam seller. Pancake bakery. Tubmaker. Amusement park of attractions (70 m). Roller coaster, wild mouse, House of mirrors. Gin with dance. Stege dances with hostess. Neon lights in the evening. Fireworks over the Atomium.
(69 m)

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Adenauer, Konrad ; Einstein, Albert ; Baudouin I. von Belgien ; Carolin von Monaco ; Gaillard, Felix ; Gomulka, Wladyslaw ; Monaco von, Gracia Patricia ; Gross, Walter ; Hussels, Jupp ; McMillan, Harold ; Mendes-France, Pierre ; Monaco von, Rainier ; Stegemann, Gerd ; Woroschilow


Brussels ; Soviet Union ; London ; Paris ; Monaco ; Warsaw


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Hunting, Hunter ; Fireworks ; Political events ; Religious events ; Animals (except dogs) ; Military ; Transport: General ; Foreign policy events ; Atom ; Exhibitions ; Military ; transport


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Weekly Newsreel

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UFA-Wochenschau 91/1958

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Federal Republic of Germany

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Title brand Adenauer in London camera: Luppa min. President Gaillard origin plunged: Pathé journal sovie Staatspräs. Voroshilov i. probability.
Origin: Polkronika Prince ☆ in Monaco origin: Pathé journal seal of the kasp. Sea origin: DEFA "The crash" clever & Maria Brussels I: opening d. Weltausst. to Russia. Pavilion origin: Belgavox Brüssel II: American Pavilion before cameras: base, Seib, student fairground camera: base, Seib, student fairground camera: base, Seib, student fairground camera: base, Seib, students final brand

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