UFA-Wochenschau 183/1960 26.01.1960

Synopsis

01 London: Demonstrations in front of the German Embassy against anti-Semitic violence in the Federal Republic of parade with banners: Nazi camp survivors. 50000 people, among them the Bishop of Southwark, pull over at the German Embassy. Star on mantle.
(8 m) 02 Bonn: Carlo Schmid takes position to the Jew-baiting in Germany swastikas on walls. Demonstration with banner: against the racial hatred. Monument "The victims of national socialism" young people with torches. Carlo Schmid actuality: "only by that sinister, which here and there is still loose in our people, we resolve that we will capture it. However you should help us also from the outside: you should look out not only the Sudeleien, but also the reactions of the countless people, above all the legions of young people of our people. It applies this to give people courage; We should allow these young people do not feel they are alone or they were not among the hunted. You should join them fraternally. This happens then the ghosts will be different with us."
(27 m) 03. Vatican: Adenauer for his Holiness Pope Johannes XXIII Adenauer is redirected to Pope Johannes XXIII. Talks. Pope presented image as a guest gift with a personal dedication. Adenauer kisses hand of the Pope at the farewell. Talks in Rome with the Italian Prime Minister, Segni. (Topics: disarmament, west Eastern Summit.) Adenauer leaves the House. Guard soldier greets.
(8 m) 04. Algeria: paratroop General Massus dismisses serious riots against the French Government of de Gaulle. Riots in Algiers as a result of the measures of the folk hero of Massus. "Depends on de Gaulle". State of emergency. Military in the streets. 20 dead and over 100 injured in the uprising.
(21 m) 05. Washington: signing a Security Treaty between the United States and Japan Eisenhower and the Japanese Prime Minister Kishi and U.S. Secretary of State Herter sign security agreement. Handshake Eisenhower - Kishi.
(10 m) 06. Tokyo: protesters want departure Kishi after the United States prevent mass Scrum at the airfield. Communist students trying to prevent the departure of Prime Minister Kishi to Washington. Airport restaurant will be demolished. Police intervene. Scuffle. Demonstrators are arrested. Departure Kishi.
(26 m) 07. smart and forgetful: wedge treibereien dish box to nails with a not wedged hammer. Clever will give advice. Maria stops and brings out far to the hammers. Hammer head flying through the window.
(26 m) 08 Carnival preparations a. prank home workers and home-workers make joke articles. Toilet paper is stitched. Fly paper. Cutting and packaging of articles. Mask making in Lübeck. Skinheads. Card with mirror, beer glass not filled, Lorgnon corsage.
(45 m) b. Italy: bombshell Rosalina Neri Rosaline Neri at photo session with deep cleavage.
(11 m) c. Hamburg: fashion students design Carnival fashion show of costumes: Prince, horse, Hummel, Sterntaler, ghosts, owl, Parrot, spider woman, Amor.
(36 m) 09 Inzell: German Championships in speed skating on the Frillensee race in the fog. Runner crashes in turn. Official flag. It wins Josef Biebl, Munich. Close-up.
(20 m) 10 Cortina d' Ampezzo: World Championship in the two-man goes off Turnpike at the start. Start and race. Bob Germany I clamp and Otto Göbel won the Silver Medal with Franz. 11 Monte Carlo to win gold the defending Monti/Alvera, Italy II. (28 m): long distance rally to Monte Carlo, Madrid, Oslo, Warsaw and Athens car shield rally Monte Carlo. Start flag descends. Car drive day and night, through ice and snow, 3500 km. Drive through tunnel. Walter Schock and co-driver Rolf Moll on Mercedes 220 SE when driving through mountain passes in southern France mountain curves. Arrivée. Triple victory for Mercedes.
(41 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Biebl, Josef ; Adenauer, Konrad ; Brentano von, Heinrich ; Gaulle de, Charles ; Johannes XXIII. ; Kishi ; Massu ; Neri, Rosalina ; Bischof von Southwark ; Schmid, Carlo ; Göbel, Otto ; Monti, Eugenio ; Schelle, Franz

Places

Italy ; London ; Bonn ; Tokyo ; Lübeck ; Hamburg ; Algeria ; Rome ; Washington ; Cortina d'Ampezzo ; Inzell ; Monte Carlo

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; civil wars ; Demonstrations ; Ice skating, art running ; Trade, finance ; Carnival ; Carnival ; motor sports ; Pacts ; Races ; Skibike ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Accidents ; accident prevention ; Unrest ; Contracts ; Fashion ; Entertainment, festivals ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 183/1960

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
26.01.1960
Year of Production:
1960

Credits

Origin:
Title brand of 7, 6 demonstration in front of German Embassy, London d. origin: Pathé news Carlo Schmid speaks to the Jew-baiting camera: strong Adenauer b. Joh. XXIII, Rome origin: Attualità Catholic.

Unrest in Algeria origin: Pathé journal United States/Japan, Kishi in Washington Security Treaty origin: Metro demonstration agai. Departure Kishis to United States in Japan origin: Asahi news "V treibereien" m. CLEV. & Maria joke articles manufacture and sale camera: student bombshell Roslina Neri origin: SEDI costumes d. master school for fashion, Hamburg camera: student German Figure Skating Championships, Frillensee b. Inzell camera: Oakley two - World Championships, Cortina d' Ampezzo camera: Vlasdeck, Hafner Monte-Carlo Rally origin: Pathé journal, Eclair end brand 3, 1

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