UFA-Wochenschau 110/1958 02.09.1958
01 13 years thereafter - the wreck of U-843 is 55 m depth salvaged map of Sweden with trace the location of the sinking of the submarine. After lifting of the wreck by the lifting ships, energy and endurance will be towed the wreck by a Norwegian rescue ship in the Swedish port Hönö. Diver puts on helmet and appears. The Commander of U-843 Oskar Herwatz speaks actuality to the former action: "the plane that sunk us, attacked by port, and I think most injuries on the boat will be back, and I would like to think that rocket hit in the rear room got the after the rear space have tanked. Now we have had initially a pretty high speed, which subsided but after stopping the engine, as a result, the buoyancy was too low, maybe just at the moment when the water height in the rear room has been critical. Thats what I can say to the sinking so far actually." The Norwegian salvage engineer reports on work o-ton: "how long you will need approximately, to make the submarine again buoyant?" "To seal the leak and clean up the boat and buoyant to make, that wants to take probably about 3 weeks." Man goes below deck. Walk through the rooms. Shoes and items of 43 dead. Man climbs high to Luke.
(119 m) 02. Geneva: exhibition on the peaceful use of nuclear energy on the occasion of the 2nd UN nuclear Conference UN Secretary General Dag Hammerskjöld opened the exhibition and visited them. Overview of the industrial use of nuclear energy.
(27 m) 03. Warsaw: Guest performance of the Beijing Opera dances and acrobatics of Chinese music theatre (12 m) 04 American ice Revue Ronnie Robertson jumps and shows pirouettes world record with 4 revolutions per second. Pair of ice runs. Hintermann loses donkey on the ice.
(18 m) 05. Munich: children's Festival in department store - fall fashion laughing boy shows great. Little girl in Tartan dresses with Pettycoat. Girl with doll size. Teen wear sporty clothes. Men's trousers of bag fabric.
(34 m) 06. Baden Baden: coincides with the great price breakdown from NDW 449/7 - here other cut: elegant women on the Racecourse. Classic Car Parade. Parade of beautiful sports car. Horses in the lead ring. Elegant audience. Start of 14 horses. First mate under Hein Bollow goes into the lead. In the HomeStretch, the French Mare Dushka forges ahead and WINS with 2 1/2 lengths. Paul Henckels WINS great through binoculars. Jockey Aristide Cucu big.
(24 m) 07. Belgium Championship of the Jeep driver drive with SUV over hill and Dale. Stuck in the water.
(7 m) 08 Berlin: Festival of the police at the Olympic Stadium drive a motorcycle riders. Music band playing. Invasion of the police in front of 120,000 spectators. Steeplechase with dogs goto Explosove and crawling through hose. Riding motorcycle through the wall. Turner put pictures.
(26 m) 09 Farnborough: Air Show breakdown of NDW 449 / 4: propeller plane. Transport Jet. Jet fighter. Shots above the clouds. Loops.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Children ; motor sports ; Musical events ; Police ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; UN ; Revues ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; Atom ; Exhibitions ; transport
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- Title brand uplift, d. German submarine U843, Kattegat camera: Seib, Rieck UN nuclear Conference in Geneva origin: Cine journal Chinese Opera in Warsaw origin: Polkronika ice Revue United States origin: Metro kindermoden in Munich camera: Rau bag fashion for men origin: iNcom horse racing in Iffezheim camera: Stoll, reason, strong Jeep race in Belgium origin: Gaumont police Festival in the Olympic Stadium in Berlin camera: Pahl Airshow in Farnborough origin: vis news end brand
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