UFA-Wochenschau 220/1960 11.10.1960
01 independence from Nigeria Lagos: pedestrian bridge decorated with garlands and banners with transparent "Independent Nigeria 1960". Street scenes, pedestrian. Accompanied by the DGB Chief Judge federal Treasury Minister Wilhelmi get contracts for Klinomobile and scholarships from his briefcase. Street in Lagos with bust of Queen Elizabeth II. independence celebration: rider, salutierende soldiers, Princess Alexandra of Kent is talking about in the stadium (mute), the certificate of independence to the new Prime Minister presented black judges with wigs, Alexandra Sir Abubakar Balewa, viewers, Balewa drives a Fireworks demonstrations of motorcycle riders, Lance riders and concludes in an open car through the stadium,.
(38 m = 1:19) 02 de Gaulle travel through France of de Gaulle in Grenoble, cheering people with portable barriers in maintained, mounting: de Gaulle enters lecterns and cheering, ride in an open car, shaking hands.
(12 m = 0:26) 03. Debré in Bonn salutes arrival on the airport Cologne/Bonn, Finland, welcomed before his aircraft, band plays Adenauer Debré national anthem (without sound), Adenauer and Debré move front down, Couve de Murville, greeting the German Cabinet, Adenauer and Debré in conversation, journalists, shake hands.
(13 m = 0:27) 04 Adenauer at Ford on the occasion of its 30th anniversary attended Adenauer with Henry Ford III the Ford plants in Cologne, Germany. Adenauer is received at the factory by the workers with applause, goes to the lectern, long shot of the Hall. O Adenauer: "I would have spent this morning with you like, but the Indian Prime Minister Nehru, that I've spoken twice before, on the flight here in delusion does stop an hour, so that we can - replace and therefore, you will understand - (slightly belated laughter, including from Graf Luckner and Henry Ford III) -"no, not that!"- applause" I think, Nehru nor I would have joy from such an Exchange. -But, my esteemed attendees, you'll understand that I have to interrupt during a politically so very tense here, and delusion must go, with Nehru now come straight from the UN that - By the way has recently MC Millan told me: 'Thank you God, that you are not a member of the United Nations!' - ladies and gentlemen, - to replace me thus with Nehru"that what has been for now and maybe what the future will bring."
(39 m = 1:21) 05. Nehru Nehru in Cologne/Wahn Adenauer before his plane, long shot, both go under rain shield, full swivel on font "Cologne/Bonn".
(12 m = 0:24) 6th Paris Motor Show archive footage of Paris in the 1940s: horse-drawn carriage, pedicabs, car with a wood gas generator. Today's traffic contracted by "Cinemascope-Trick". Various cars and details on the Paris Auto Salon, including stands of Mercedes and Renault. Cars are dumped chrome and shine.
(32 m = 1:07) 07. wheel Championships in Hannover shots with a wheel of built-in camera in the streets of Hanover, including the monument of Duke Ernst August, wheel driver in Hannover, traffic COP, screening of men and women in a wet place. Group in the Hall, winner o, winner of men's Norbert dill, applause, winner and winner To give himself the hand under a wheel.
(38 m = 1:21) 08. Turn international match Japan - Germany in Dortmund of the Japanese Ono on the rings, on the ground of Günther Lyhs and Aihara, on high bar Wolfgang Nold and Ono, applause, Lyhs, and Ono after the race.
(42 m = 1:29) 09 "soccer German" in images implemented reporter expressions alternately with real scenes. Stadium and game scenes. "Striker transferred his bodyguard": Hermann Noelle in the Soccer Jersey of dribbelt man in armour (Klaus Brandes), this falls. Real scenes. "Attack thread": Noelle sits on the lawn and threads a thread. Game scenes. "Long leg make": Noelleschnitzt a wooden leg and it fits on a doll. Game scenes. "The leather wriggling in the net". Game scenes. The left winger "goes down like the fire": Noelle runs with a ball under his arm to a fire engine, this goes with Noelle. on the footboard with tissue Tata from the Hall. Real footage. "Lay an egg in the nest": Noelle comes with an egg, put it in a nest in the goal area. Game. "On the journey to send one": Noelle with Backpack on a train platform, suitcase in hand gets pressed. Game. "Send in the hohle Gasse": Noelle dribbles in a narrow lane. Game. "It's ringing in the gate": Noelle operated hanging Bell in the gate. "It hisses a bomb into the gate": Noelle ignites the fuse, which then explodes in the gate at a mine. (undercut with corresponding scenes) Jubilation. "The loser goes with flying colors,": Noelle comes with a flag in the water and under.
(59 m = 2:03)
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Abubakar, Baleva; Adenauer, Konrad; Alexandra von Kent; Brentano von, Heinrich; Debré; Ford, Henry junior; Gaulle de, Charles; Murville de, Maurice Couve; Nehru, Indira; Noelle, Hermann; Richter, Willi; Wilhelmi; Dill, Norbert; Oberüber
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- Title brand 7, 6 m independence from Nigeria de Gaulle - travel origin: Eclair Debré in Bonn camera: Luppa Adenauer b. 30-years. Anniversary of the Cologne Ford-Werke camera: Luppa, rough encounter Nehru/Adenauer, Cologne-Wahn camera: basic Paris Motor Show origin: Pathé journal, Eclair, Gaumont Rhönrad Championships, Hannover camera: Seib, Jürgens turn international match Japan/DtId. in Dortmd.
Camera: Luppa, basic football "German" camera: Seib, Brandes finally brand 3, 1 m
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