UFA-Wochenschau 152/1959 23.06.1959
01 bus accident at the level crossing in Lauffen limited level crossing. Train passes the barrier is closed. Room of the train guard at Bahnwärterhaus. Barrier opens. City shield Lauffen district of Heilbronn. Cars crossing the Rails after barrier is open. People with newspapers. (At level crossing bus has been detected in Tübingen-Würzburg by express train). Debris pictures. 38 dead. Battered bus. (More than 30 passengers were recovered alive.) Barriers are closed. Train passes. Flagman revs up barrier. Cars on track.
(48 m) 02. Hamburg: meeting the Cap Horniere old masters and Cap Horniere of the Pamir wreath lay down at memorial plaque for the victims. Harbour cruise. Visit to the Passat. Welcome by monkfish Graf Luckner. Old driving people driving the Passat and the shrouds.
(30 m) 03 Hamburg: Belgian training ship Mercator cadets on training ship. Exit at backdrop Hamburg landungsbrücken and Michel pass. Passing to the German shipyard. Windjammer drive stretches under sail.
(23 m) 04 keel: launching of the Onassis tanker Olympic Champion Tina Onassis christens the tanker production sound. Champagne bottle shatters on the bow. Hug from Aristotle Onassis. Giant tanker runs from the stack.
(21 m) 05. Kieler Woche sailing are raised. Kick-off. Sailing on the fjord.
(23 m) 06 Karlsruhe: German gliding Championships cameraman filming and keeps the camera upwards. Will high towed glider. Flying and aerial photos. Landing braking parachute. In cockpit world champion Haase.
(29 m) 07. Upper Palatinate: skiing on sand people with skis on his shoulders go through landscape and are drawn with large lift on the mountain. Skis are strapped. Slalom run on kaolin sand scattered from. Fall. Departure in summer shorts.
(24 m) 08 Oberstorf: figure skater at the summer training swimming competition. Gymnastics in water. Tour with swimsuit with ice skates at the ice stadium. Kürlauf of the Italian figure skating champion Anna Galmarini in a bathing suit. Marika Kilius and Hans Jürgen Bäumler run.
(44 m) 09 Berlin: International track and field sports meeting be set up starting blocks. 80 m hurdles women: start and run in ZL. Start finish victory runs great in 11.1 seconds ahead of Anneliese Karl, Zenta Kopp / Munich. 100 m hurdles men: start and run in ZL. Martin Lauer WINS in 13.7 seconds ahead of the Italians Mazza. Close-up. Viewers filling picture. 5000 m run: start and run. Ludwig Müller wins the final sprint. Close-up.
(40 m) 10 Vienna: handball World Championship: Germany - Romania 14:11 run the teams. Large field outdoor game. First, Romania plays to consider. Audience clapping. Gate dignity for Romania. Goalkeeper parades. Germany is catching up. Gateway throws for Germany. Ball is in the net. Advertisement: Philips TV.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; Ice skating, art running ; Handball ; Disasters ; Aviation ; natural disasters ; Shipping ; Ships ; Schools, training ; Sailing ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Accidents ; accident prevention ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Jobs ; transport
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- Title brand 7, 6 bus accident at the level crossing in Lauffen camera: Basic, Seib "Cap Horniers" in Hamburg camera: Rieck, Seib Prien Schulschufff "Mercator", Hbg. camera: Seib, Rahim Stapellf. Tank. "Olympic Champ!", Kiel camera: GA sailing "Kieler Woche" camera: GA German glider Championships, Karlsruhe camera: strong, basic summer skiing (kaolin Hill, Amberg) camera: Hafner, Vlasdeck summer Eisbahn, Oberstdorf camera: Vlasdeck int. Leichtathl.-Festival in Berlin camera: P Handb.msch. Germany / Romania in Vienna origin: Austria final brand 3, 1
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