UFA-Wochenschau 398/1964 10.03.1964

Synopsis

01 clergy waiting King Paul of Greece - and people from a ship in the port of Piräus. A priest carries the icon from the ship. Prince Konstantin takes over the icon and she wears, accompanied by a military delegation by the amount (total). Prince Konstantin with the icon (half close). Review: King Paul goes with his son Prince Konstantin, as a child, behind the coffin his brother Georg II. The coffin on a half-timber is accompanied by honorary delegation in Greek costumes. King Paul rises off the train in London and welcomed Queen Elisabeth (total). King Paul leaves the ship and welcomed Tito. Queen Friederike alongside German President Heuss (large). King Paul (big). King Paul, Adenauer and Queen Friederike Lotte Adenauer (total). King Paul, laughing, great. King Paul in conversation with Eisenhower (half close). King Paul next to Friederike in the Gala coach (half close). King Paul in addition to his daughter Sophie in a carriage sitting as the bride's father (half-close). Waving people. Princess Sophie and Prince Carlos at the wedding ceremony before the altar in the Church (total). King Paul the Crown holds symbolic about it. Prince Konstantin, behind him Princess Irene, enter the Hall for the swearing in by the Archbishop of Athens (total). Prince Konstantin blesses oneself (half close). Prince Konstantin and Princess Irene (total) left the Chamber with their accompaniment.

02. Viet Nam - General Khan in the streets of Saigon (total). A native beats the drum. Dance of the masks and symbolic figures. Students demonstrate on the road against neutralization plans of France military in the streets. U.S. Ambassador Cabot Lodge (half close) leaves the Embassy. US troops in the game of billiards, party with the mountain tribes. General Khan with Flower necklace as a guest. Washing of the feet to the greeting. Natives sit side by side on the ground and beat performances with elephants on small drums. Explosives (wholesale). Radio operator speaks through a handset. Helicopter. Fight against the Viet Cong rebels. Contactors with MG. Refugees. Child is raised by a soldier from a helicopter. Viatmesin young, desperate. A child will be transported on a stretcher. Captured Vietcong rebels under surveillance. You get Zigartten. Bound feet. Prisoner faces. Head of a praying Viatmesin (big), kneeling (half close;. Residents of the island Hoa Hoa live on coke trees. Faces of Caodaisten, left (half-close) 03 Professor Ewald Mataré - Ewald Mataré in Güderich in Neuß in front of his house standing and drawing (total). His hand with the pen (large). Close-up Mataré. Mataré descends the stairs in his house and adheres to a rope that hangs as a replacement for a stair railing from the ceiling. His work space with books. Chair with Hat (large). Hand (large) takes the hat from the Chair. Professor Mataré occurs in hat and coat out of the House, (half close). City map of Cologne. Downtown is circled. The Cologne Cathedral, shooting from an angle below. Professor Mataré walks towards the Cathedral. Church door with reliefs of Mataré. Professor Mataré big speaks (interview). A fountain created by him in the archiepiscopal Palace. Mosaic work. Plastic. Professor Mataré with cigar (large). 2 swans on the water. CAT (large), cat nose (large). Women lingerie on a leash. Mataré (large) stroking the plastic of a lying cow.

04. horse show in Frankfurt - riding a trumpet brass of a Hungarian rider group. Galloping horses. A Hungarian rider Get up a horse and POPs with the whip. A Hungarian rider Get up two horses and directs three horses in full gallop. Hungarian Dance Group. Horse neck is groomed with braided mane (large). Horse hoof (large) is cleaned. Horse with horse blanket, horse's mouth in the box through the grid, to eat on a root.
Show jumping rider on the course. The wall collapses. It jumps Janou Lefèvre. Her horse refused to jump. You new rides at Palleur and jumps. Hans Günther Winkler speaks interview (large). Winkler on the course with Romanus. Fold in 3 combination he breaks a barrier and denied the 3rd jump. Nelson Pessoa Gran gesture on the course. He is 3. The Englishwoman of Rogers with sky Rockett wins 2nd place. Alwin Schockemöhle jumps with the Mare future and will be the winner. Jumping in slow motion, clapping spectators. Alwin Schockemöhle, Rogers and Nelson Pessoa at the award ceremony. Alwin Schockemöhle is congratulated (half close)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Adenauer, Konrad; Eisenhower, Dwight; Elisabeth II. von England; Friederike von Griechenland; Heuss, Theodor; Irene von Griechenland; Azam, Khan; Konstantin von Griechenland; Lodge, Cabott; Matareé; Paul von Griechenland; Sophie von Griechenland; Tito, Josip; Lefèvre, Janou; Pessoa, Nelson; Rogers; Schockemöhle, Alwin; Winkler, Hans Günter

Places

Saigon; Cologne; Viet Nam; Frankfurt; Athens; Lima; Bonn; Washington; London; Yugoslavia

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; civil wars; Demonstrations; close-ups, detail; Hands; Portraits; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness); 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Dance; Animals (except dogs); Deaths, funerals; Unrest; Art; Works of art; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Wochenschau 398/1964

UFA-Dabei (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
10.03.1964
Year of Production:
1964

Credits

Origin:
Title brand 7, 6 King Paul of Greece origin: newsreel, archive material of Viet Nam origin: Gaumont, GAUMONT, GAUMONT, Gaumont Professor Mataré camera: Seib horse show in Frankfurt camera: Basic, Rieck final brand 3, 1

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