UFA-Wochenschau 115/1958 08.10.1958


01 England: Jetliner Comet IV on Atlantic route NDW 454/4 - see here also: the American competition plane Boeing 707 Jet size. Jet Comet IV airliner passed after test flights of the transport company. Settings of part of. Cost: 17 million marks. Start. Atlantic crossing in 6 hours and 12 minutes. Passengers. Stewardeß. Comet IV above the clouds.
(41 m) 02 trans-Atlantic flight by Charles Lindberg 1926 crossing in 33 hours and 30 minutes. The airplane spirit of St. Louis. Charles Lindberg before flight. Cheering for him in New York after a successful flight. Confetti rain on Broadway.
(41 m) 03 Berlin: the Bundestag in Berlin Memorial to the Division of Germany. Barbed wire. Adenauer in West Berlin. Visit to a refugee camp. Watchtowers. Broken bridge over the river Saale. Blocked road. Vopos patrol. Looking through binoculars. Death strip. Border on broken rails. Boys fly kites over border. The Bundestag is in session in Berlin. Arrival Ehrard, Ollenhauer, Gerstenmaier. Speakers. The Cabinet. (Demand the unification of Germany according to free will decision.)
(45 m) 04 Red China: Quemoy seen injured children with amputated hands with red eyes. Threaten women. Demonstration train.
(32 m) 05. Formosa: situation report from Quemoy soldiers and population in clean-up work. US convoy bringing supplies. Unloading. Tschaingkaischek explains the futility of negotiations with the Communists in Taiwan.
(32 m) 06. France: proclamation of the 5th Republic breakdown from NDW 454/1: 1958: 5th Republic. New Constitution de Gaulle is sealed. De Gaulle is cheered on tour through France.
(15 m) 07. Cologne: film premiere: the embezzled heaven Archbishop Dr King and Cardinal Frings at the premiere of the film. The cast of Annie Rosar and Hans Holt bowing on stage. The movie contains movie scenes from the Vatican.
(10 m) 08 autumn man raking leaves together. Storks walk on land behind Harrow. Corn is used in Hockenheim. Wine harvest. Hubertus hunting through fields and forests. Autumn fog.
(21 m) 09 Japan: Typhoon IDA breakdown from NDW 454 / 6: high waves beat against the shore. Floods. Destroyed houses. Destroyed rice crops. Dead recovered. Homeless people without emergency quarters. Laying out the dead.
(24 m) 10 United States: Hurricane Helene Carolina water vortex. Squalls. Bent trees.
(24 m) 11 Oldenburg: short school of weissenhaus in short courses life rescue service and helpfulness are erudite boy on lifeboat. Flares are shot down. Rescue of people in distress. Ventilation.
(32 m) 12 Saarbrücken: Athletics international match Germany - Hungary pole vault: Horvath WINS with 4.20 m ZL. 110 m hurdles: Martin Lauer wins against Bert stone hammer: it wins Zsivotzky 62.07 m ZL. Discus throw: It wins with 55,07 m ZL Szécsény. Shot put: Lignau joins 17.25 m ZL, and WINS. 200 m run: Manfred Germar WINS at 21.2 sec. before Lauer. High jump: Theo Püll won with German record of 2.07 m ZL. Spectators clap screen.
(45 m) 13 Berlin: European Championships in Middleweight boxing: Bubi Scholz defeated defending champion Charles Humez by technical k.o. hard impact change. Scholz is attacking. Willy Brand and wife Rut as a large audience. The forces of humez subside. Humez fights weaker. Humez gives up after a hard battle in the 12th round. Bubi Scholz with wreath. Max Schmeling as a spectator, large. Bubi Scholz with wife Helga in cosmetics shop o-ton: "the European Championship is now over. On a new one!"
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Adenauer, Konrad ; Brandt, Willy ; Erhard, Ludwig ; Frings ; Gaulle de, Charles ; Gerstenmaier, Eugen ; Holt, Hans ; Hussein von Jordanien ; Lindberg, Charles ; Ollenhauer, Erich ; Rosar, Anni ; Schwedler ; Tschiangkaischek ; Germar, Manfred ; Horvath ; Humez, Charles ; Lauer, Martin ; Lingnau, Herman ; Püll, Theo ; Szecseny ; Schmeling, Max ; Scholz, Gustav ; Steines, Bert ; Zsivotzky


Red China ; Cologne ; England ; Berlin ; Japan ; United States ; France ; Formosa ; Oldenburg ; Warsaw ; Saarbrücken


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Demonstrations ; Border DDR/BRD, borders ; Hunting, Hunter ; Disasters ; Harvest ; filmmaking ; Political events ; Reviews ; Shipping ; Schools, training ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; mood pictures ; Animals (except dogs) ; Unrest ; hotspots ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Sports honors ; transport


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UFA-Wochenschau 115/1958

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Title brand Boeing 707 "'Comet' the first jet passenger planes crossing the Atlantic origin: Metro, Pathe News 1 BC, Lindbergh stop transatlantic flight origin: Metro zone borders in Germany camera: Rau, Seib, student Dr. Adenauer i. refugee camp camera: Pahl opening session d. Bundestg. i. bln. camera: Pahl report of Taiwan origin: DEFA Pressekonf. Chiang Kai shek/Taiwan camera: Hamilton Wright crisis at Quemoy origin: Metro Quemoy, Formosa Versorgungsgüt. a. United States origin: Metro end d. elections i. Holland. and Algeria origin: Pathé journal 5th Republic, de Gaulle and sealing origin: Eclair i. Marseille Ajaccio & Constantine origin: Eclair "Embezzled heaven" 1st perf. Cologne camera: Basic, Luppa m Archbishop. Dr. König, Cardinal Frings camera: Basic, Luppa Thanksgiving origin: No. do Hubertus hunting camera: Pahl Battue, par force hunting origin: Archive autumn, falling leaves camera: Seib Hurricane & Typhoon i. Carolina u. Japan origin: Metro, Asahi news Sch [...]
Camera: Student Leichtathl. Länderk. i. Saarbrücken camera: Basic, Luppa, strong Deutschld. / Hungary boxes: Scholz/humez. Europam.
Camera: Pahl interview Bubi Scholz camera: Pahl final brand

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