UFA-Wochenschau 107/1958 12.08.1958

Synopsis

1st Jordan: King Hussein when British forces breakdown from NDW 446 / 1: King Hussein surrounded by soldiers of the British army in Amman. Fly fighter planes.
(22 m) 02 Amman: treason trial of gunrunners 23 Arab weapon smugglers as a defendant in the dock. 13 death sentences will be announced.
(22 m) 3rd Cairo: Nasser receives the Prince of Kuwait Prince of Kuwait at Nasser to reception. The Prince in Arab clothing in addition to Nasser. Importance is given to the friendship visit.
(22 m) 04 Canada visit Princess Margaret Margaret is greeted in Toronto. Children waving flags. Margaret talks to Indians.
(8 m) 5th Moscow: Airshow breakdown from NDW 446 / 5: helicopter with 4 legs "The flying table" turns on the spot. Artist turns to the flying helicopter. Mass parachute jump.
(6 m) 6 Salzburger Festspiele tourists in Salzburg. Federal President Schärf opened the Festival in the Carabinieri Hall of residence. As Herbert von Karajan, listeners. Exhibitions in many galleries. The bronze portals for the Salzburg Cathedral, designed by 3 European artists. The gate of love from Manzù / Italy the gate of hope by Mataré / Germany the goal of faith by Schneider-Manzell / Austria (31 m) 07. Munich: farewell lecture of the surgeon Dr. Emil Karl Frey, pupil and successor of Professor Sauerbruch students in lecture of Professor Frey original sound great: "it would be almost tempted to believe that it would be now arrived at the final destination. But many before us have meant that even and repeatedly has been shown: it takes only a clever head, a wise idea to come, and often surprising progress arise Right away. "Pantarhei said the ancient Greeks, in English:"Everything is in flux"and this rate applies today." Applause. Flowers. Professor Fray in the operating room as a surgeon and in his residence at the Tegernsee with Mrs.
(46 m) 8th Japan: pilgrimage in honor of the God of Jizo pilgrims on their way to Osorezan, where they before the God of Jizo, the God of children, peace offerings bring meditation image of God. Medium gets ancestral spirits.
(28 m) 09 Mexico: bullfight, dream of youth bull-fighting. Bull takes Bullfighter on the horns. Helpers distract the Bull. Torero is widely acclaimed. Dead Bull is pulled out of the arena. Teenagers practice in the empty arena with an artificial Bull.
(26 m) 10 Hamburg Eimsbüttel: opening of children's Recreation Centre rush of children on the playground. Swings. Bathing in paddling pool. Gym. Cooking doll stove. Painting on the walls. Building with clay. Children are taken to bed.
(37 m) 11 Cuxhaven: Duhner wattage race Watts race - Priltaufe. Gallop racer Duhnen to the Watts. Trotting races. Water comes back slowly. Horse racing in the mud.
(27 m) 12. Gelsenkirchen: German Schwimmeisterschaften breakdown from NDW 446/10: 400 metres crawl: Zaid / Hamburg WINS with German record in 4 minutes, 39.4 seconds. Audience clapping. Starter starts. Start: 100 m butterfly women's: duel between Ursel Winkler and Herta Haase. Turn. The 17 year-old Ursel Winkler won in 1 minute, 18.2 seconds. 100 m crawl: start and turn. Paul Voell wins German record time of 57.2 seconds. Paul Voell large. Art jumping ZL, diving ZL: It wins Herbert Barendt, Rheydt, and Helga Schellenbach, Bonn. Coach embraces Helga Schellenbach and jumps with her in the suit in the water.
(31 m) 13 Sidney: Rugby Australia - England 17:40 run and falls. England plays to consider. Player goes through and reached the target with ball. Fighting. English put the ball into the goal.
(31 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Barendt, Herbert; Frey, Emil Karl; Hussein von Jordanien; Karajan von, Herbert; Manu, Giacomo; Margaret von England; Nasser, Gamal Abdel; Schärff; Haase, Hertha; Schellenbach, Helga; Voell, Paul; Winkler, Ursel; Zierold, Hans

Places

Moskau; Salzburg; Munich; Amman; Hamburg-Eimsbüttel; Jordan; Amsterdam; Cairo; Japan; Canada; Gelsenkirchen; Cuxhaven; Sidney; Duhnen; Toronto

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Higher education; Justice; Children; skydiving, skydiving; art jumping; Political events; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); Religious events; Rugby; Swimming; Sports details, fouls; sports audience, sports spectator; harness racing; diving; Unrest; hotspots; Cultural events; Art; Medicine; Military; Crime; veterinary medicine; Foreign policy events; Dentistry; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Architecture; Exhibitions; Military; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 107/1958

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
12.08.1958
Year of Production:
1958

Credits

Origin:
Title brand King Hussein ESP. British troops origin: Basman Studios gunrunners before court/Amman87 origin: Basman Studios Nasser receives Prince v. Kuwait origin: Misr, Cairo Prince. Margaret in Canada (Toronto) origin: Metro soot. Flight (flying table) origin: vis news Salzburg Festival season origin: Austria surgeon Prof. Frey (student Sauerbruch) camera: Hafner pilgrimage (Japan) origin: Asahi news of children toreros origin: Emasa, Emasa playground (Hamburg-Eimsbüttel) camera: student orphanage "New home" camera: student, Rahim wattage race, Duhnen camera: reason, Luppa swimming in Gelsenkirchen camera: student, Rahim Tower jumping in Gelsenkirchen Rugby Ländersp. England/Australia origin: Cine sound final brand

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