UFA-Wochenschau 194/1960 12.04.1960
The topic of week - Africa and we 01 London: protest against massacre in South Africa rally. Marching with placards and banners: "End slavery in South Africa" speakers. Police lead off man.
(17 m) 02 Sharpeville: police fire on black demonstrators coloured burn their papers as a protest for passport requirements, called only for blacks. Prime Minister Verwoerd standing waves in car. Strike, devastation, speakers at the meetings. Shield: Africa - freedom in our lifetime. Wounded and dead are on the road. Arrest of demonstrators.
(36 m) 03 Cape Town: 30000 Bantus demonstrate against racial segregation, colored Africans before police station demanding the release of their leaders.
(8 m) 04. A continent in transition South Africa landscape with forests and large waterfall. Blacks working in the field and as cattle herders and the case of tall jungle trees. Modern high-rise buildings in addition to mud huts. Young pretty colored mothers with children. Colored and white children side by side on the desk and in the workshop. Blacks and whites are treated in hospital. Rhodesia: Südrhodesischer politician is introduced as 1 colored Minister in his Office.
(29 m) 05. Congo: an independent State of black man is priest 1 President of the new State.
(4 m) 06 Vatican: Pope Johannes XXIII. appoints 1 black Cardinal which priests trust Bishop of Rutabo in Tanganyika in consecration to the cardinal Laurean Rugambwa by Pope John XXIII. young African couple.
(19 m) 07 Pankow: the East wooing black compete tribal chiefs at Festival. Dances to celebrate independence. People's Army soldiers present the rifle. Wilhelm Pieck receives African diplomats.
(26 m) 08 friends of yesterday - also friends of tomorrow? African students in Germany Berlin: Brandenburg Gate. African students as participants of a Congress for Catholic students leave coach. Africans photographed group. Africans stroll through Berlin. Newspaper kiosk. Neon signs Reeperbahn. Posters for nude revues and sex pictures. Young African student, big, stands before the hanging. Berlin: Experiences of African students in Germany o-ton: "How are you doing broadly satisfied with the progress of their studies?" - "I would like to say that I've made good progress in my training, and that the professors in General seeking to me." Business in hospital with Professor and Entourage. African student between the Germans. Investigation of patients. Africans feel pulse. Laboratory work. Africans and German before test tubes. "Have you found contact with the Germans?" "As regards the General life of an African in Germany, I have to say unfortunately, that it could be much better." Africans goes on the road. Two young men to look for him. African student in finding accommodation. Lessor refuses and shut door. Other women's open door. Africans bring flowers. Common fixed and common dance. Africans are fire German woman. Entertainment. Toast. "There are all sorts of prejudices and poor contact, to combat them. And some give it up then and try their luck in the East. "Anyway, I'm in Berlin, where my medical doctor make me going, before I return to my home." Gedächtniskirche Berlin. Africans in conversation with friendly police officers. Young African woman with sunglasses. "Maybe I'm also in a German hospital someday to help." Catholic students dances her home at Congress. Clapping of spectators. African dances with drums.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; civil wars ; Demonstrations ; Schools, training ; Special reports ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Cities ; Dance ; Unrest ; Agriculture and forestry ; Medicine ; Events ; aerial photographs ; transport
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