UFA-Wochenschau 108/1958 20.08.1958


1 Berlin: Catholic day ringing bells Germany. Massenquartier in Hall. Bread and food. Crush to events. Before the St. Hedwig Church in East Berlin, the Archbishop of Vienna celebrated a peace fair. Final rally with 150,000 visitors at the Olympic Stadium. Cross, great. Catholic sisters. Speech of the Apostolic Nuncio Archbishop Münch. Excerpt of the priest.
(32 m) 2nd East Berlin: Jugendweihe teenagers in the Jugendweihe actuality: "Yes, that we take a vow." Book will be presented. Font: You're young and therefore learn, because you'll be the heir. Close-up of smiling young girl.
(30 m) 03 Brussels: national day in the Soviet Pavilion the Atomium. The Pavilion of the USSR. Mammoth figures. President Woroschilow visited the Pavilion. Model of Sputnik. Soviet politician Western Europe visited for the first time.
(30 m) 04 Beijing: visit Chruschtschow Chruschtschow and Mao Tse Tung sign contracts. Goodbye hug.
(30 m) 05. New York: Eisenhower speaks before the United Nations General Assembly breakdown from NDW 447/3: UN building. Newscaster. Eisenhower speaks interview before the United Nations. As a listener Gromyko, representative of the Philippines. Eisenhower supported the establishment of an international police force, the implementation of an economic aid plan and guarantees for the security of Jordan and the Lebanon in the Lebanon. Clapping.
(15 m) 06 Jordan: Arab Legion celebrates King Hussein Hussein in the army, the soldiers umjubeln him.
(6 m) 07. Lebanon: beginning of the withdrawal of American forces breakdown from NDW 447 / 4: U.S. soldiers of the 2nd Battalion go aboard troop transports. There are still 12,000 American marine infantry in the Lebanon.
(10 m) 08 Portland: arrival of the nuclear submarine Nautilus to Arctic crossing entrance of the submarine. Fire brigade boats spray water on arrival. People wave. Captain and crew received an enthusiastic reception.
(21 m) 09. London: Jetliner Comet 4 with record flight across the Atlantic Ocean the jet airliner lands after his record flight across the Atlantic at an average speed of 900 km/h (21 m) 10-India: electrical energy by force of ox oxen go round and move generator to produce electricity.
(31 m) 11 USSR: largest power plant in the world in the Volga region of the Kuibyshey station, the largest power plant in the world, is inaugurated. Walk-through of powerhouse. Khrushchev cut through band and kill lever. Water mass.
(31 m) 12 Ontario/Canada: construction of the Trans-Canada gas pipeline blast. Pipes are laid with large construction machinery.
(31 m) 13 Cape Canaveral: Mißglückter preparations for the launch of moon rocket - launch an unmanned Thor able rocket breakdown from NDW 447/2: the surface of the moon with Lunar craters. Satellite screen. Thor able rocket on the launch pad. Control room. Rocket launch. Countdown. Start with a tail of fire. After 77 seconds, exploded the rocket and crashes with trail of fire to the Earth.
(17 m) 14 Spain: International canoe regatta (unspecified meters) viewers catch train. Kayaking on the river. Viewers steam train along on the shore. Lars Inge and Ludstroem / Sweden win with new course record.

15 Frankfurt: German championship in the speed skating roller skates are oiled, big. 12 roller runners in the competition on road around the square of Beethoven. It is the favorite and multiple German Champion Joachim Schmidt WINS. Joachim Schmidt with big glasses.
(24 m) 16 Czechoslovakia: World Championship in parachuting anemometer. Plane taking off. Jump to the destination jump. Parachute drop is from 1000, height and land near the target circle. It wins Arsan Sarkov / Bulgaria and is congratulated and threw up.
(24 m) 17 Orleans: black magic as the accused are husband and wife on trial because they murdered people to save themselves before his Witchcrafts. Medieval Riten. symbols. Flower in bottle. Moon behind clouds. Old houses. Fog. Devil sign, stone, stone roof Gable. Summoning of spirits. Witches & wizards. Dried Toad. Nail in the coffin. Pierce wax figures.
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Chruschtschow, Nikita ; Eisenhower, Dwight ; Gromyko, Andrej ; Hussein von Jordanien ; Tse Tung, Mao ; Muench, Aloysius ; Woroschilow ; Zorin, Valerian Alexandrowitsch ; Inge, Lars ; Ludstroem ; Schmidt, Joachim


Portland ; Brussels ; East Berlin ; India ; Ontario/Canada ; Australia ; London ; Frankfurt ; Orleans ; Lebanon ; Jordan ; Cape Canaveral ; New York ; Berlin ; Beijing ; Spain ; USSR


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; DDR ; Electricity ; Hands ; Justice ; Kayaking, canoeing, whitewater ; skydiving, skydiving ; Oil ; Political events ; Rockets ; Religious events ; Skating ; Satellite ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Animals (except dogs) ; UN ; Unrest ; hotspots ; Magic, magicians ; Military ; Crime ; space ; Foreign policy events ; Magician, magic ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Atom ; Exhibitions ; Military ; transport


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Weekly Newsreel

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UFA-Wochenschau 108/1958

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

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Title brand 78. German Katholikentag Berlin camera: Pahl youth consecration in the Eastern origin: DEFA NAT. In the Soviet days. Pavilion Brussels origin: Belgavox Chruschtschow b. i. Beijing Mao Zedong.
Origin: DEFA Eisenhower before d. UNO (original sound) origin: Metro Hussein b. d. Arab. Legion origin: Basman Studios withdrawal US troops from the Lebanon origin: Metro nuclear submarine "Nautilus" i. Portland origin: Pathe news trans-Atlantic record Comet IV origin: Pathe news ox power plant India origin: film Division Kuibyshev power plant on the Volga River origin: DEFA Transkanadische gas pipeline under construction origin: NFB Canada Missgl. Start d. 1 moon rocket United States origin: Metro, Pathe news DT. Rollschuhmeistersch. Frankfurt camera: strong of 4. parachute jumping Weltmsch. CSR origins: State of black magic origin: Gaumont, vis news end brand

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