UFA-Dabei 674/1969 24.06.1969

Synopsis

1 Hannover: explosion accident by ammunition wagons of the Bundeswehr in news - notes at the time, image: smoking locomotive. Destroyed railway tracks and cars. Crater of the explosion of the ammunition wagon. Retired cars. Overturned railcars. Experts at the scene. Destroyed cars on the freight train on a siding. Destroyed houses.

02. Amsterdam: student demonstration picture 'Night watch' by Rembrandt in the National Museum. Students sit on the floor in the National Museum and camp there. The students left the Museum after days. Mass procession through the city. Mounted police. Brawl. Police with truncheons and shields. Protesters are with stones. Use of water cannons. Discussion on the night.

03. Hamburg: Construction of office building in 3 days this world record - high home in 3 days, image: crane is lifting precast. Special transporter drive prefabricated parts to the construction site. Gap between houses. Crane operators in crane. Finished parts be hoisted by crane. Sign Assembly construction. Plates and pillars and walls at crane. Welding. Construction workers assemble finished parts. Growing houses front. Polished drink from large beaker to completion in record time. Finished Office building. Workers look out window. Construction of the House in time lapse.

04. Bonn: Gala Festival to the rescue of the Rolandseck station in society - station art, image: old railway station. Old derelict Rolandseck station from the Wilhelminian era. Young people in the train station. Young people decorate the train with flowers. Guests at Gala Festival to the rescue of the station as artist Hermitage rise from train. Prime Minister cabbage, half-close. Inge Brandenburg sings original sound. Beat band. Dancing.

05. Hamburg: kitchen fashion in fashion - chic on the cooker image: singer Brit Malmkjell, great. Brit Malmkjell sings great. Students of the art college perform aprons and home fashions on the catwalk. Young man and girl in leather art partner combination received 1st prize.

06. Kieler Woche in Kiel - windjammer without wind, image: windjammer. Sailors when the set of boats and sailing before the start. Sail is raised. Regatta field from above, aerial view. Setting the spinnaker. Super yachts at sea. Winch with rope, great. Panoramic view from the mast down on boat.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Kohl, Hannelore ; Malmkjell, Brit

Places

Hamburg ; Hanover ; Amsterdam ; Rolandseck ; Bonn ; Kiel

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Bundeswehr ; Demonstrations ; Railways ; Higher education ; Disasters ; Explosions ; Musical events ; Sailing ; Container ; Dance ; Art ; Social events ; Fashion ; Jobs ; construction ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Dabei 674/1969

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
24.06.1969
Year of Production:
1969

Credits

Origin:
This up-to-date notes at the time explosion of an ammunition car of the Bundeswehr in Hanover camera: Rieck student unrest in the Netherlands origin: Polygoon while world record high-rise in 3 days 3 days building in Hamburg camera: Wiers this society art gala evening Rolandseck station camera: Luppa doing fashion chic at the stove cooking mode in Kiel windjammer without wind "Kieler Woche" camera: Rieck, Rühe, fire, wild Hagen at the beginning and end of total length

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