UFA-Dabei 706/1970 03.02.1970

Synopsis

1 Berlin: Green week in agriculture - farmer in Europe, image: settings on the green week. Klaus Schütz at the lectern, total and large, during the opening speech without sound. EEC Vice-President Sicco Mansholt, large, partly face of flower covered. Settings of the green week. Pretty girl offers drinks. Josef Ertl, big, drinking. Exhibition images, outside, lots of flowers. Cattle head, close. Beckdorf / Lower Saxony: Sitting farmers at the meeting table. Road sign: Beck village, district of Stade. Several settings of the village and its courtyards in the winter weather. Agricultural machinery on the farms. Interview of the Chairman of the session: "many farms in our village are too small Of course. The small areas of our businesses are Of course new reflections." Various various agricultural machinery in operation. Modern pork, beef and chicken stables. Automatic feeding. Old-fashioned Court: woman pumps a pump, woman leads down narrow stairs cattle at unordentlichem farm. Woman with Scythe when mowing. Agricultural machinery exhibition. Farmer meeting outdoors with shield: "Justice for the farmers." Sicco Mansholt desk, half total and big, o-ton: "our aim in 1980 is that we really achieve the comparison wage not only in wages, but also in social status. "This is a large task for agriculture and I think every farmer must yet see this as a great effort the whole economy now really time finally to solve the peasant problem."

02. Paris: Willy Brandt when Pompidou Élysée Palace outside. Brandt and Pompidou on the fireplace in entertainment. Presenting Sabre guard. Banquet at Prime Minister Chaban-Delmas: total in the doorway in tuxedos Brandt, Chaban-Delmas, Walter Scheel, Karl Schiller,. Press photographers, long shot of the festive dinner table. Several settings of the session about the accession of England to the EGW etc. Among others at the table, swivel: Brandt-Scheel, Schiller, Carlo Schmidt. Salutierender guard, close. Adoption. Handshakes Brandt and Pompidou, total.

03. Marine airbase north wood at Cuxhaven: survival training for pilots in a Hall pilot in full gear mounts diving equipment, slips into the water and freed. Liferaft thrown in the water, pilots jump into the water and climbing on the island. Exercise apparatus that serves as a rescue helicopter. Pilot above the water surface will release inflatable boat, which inflates automatically. Pilot jumps into the water as an exercise for parachute sanding on the water. He gets rid of the parachute spread above him.

04. Hamburg: Fuhlsbüttel in jail: Joseph Laufer sings for the prisoners the prison settings inside. Inside a cell. Prisoners entering the chapel. Laufer sings original sound, big and close. Applause of the prisoners. Various settings of the prison inside, the hallways and outside. Walls and Windows. Empty staircase with outstretched nets. Guards with keys in hand on the gear.

05. Holland: Karate. Various settings during karate practice with women's and men's taekwondo, Korean version of karate, mainly hitting with the feet. Partly ZL recordings. ZL: roof tile is then cut into the jump with naked feet. Jump of an athlete about 4 bent men and breaking a Board foot.

06. Königssee: World Championships of Luge spectators in the snowstorm. First Luger crashes. Several sledders. Drive from Christa jewellery / Berchtesgaden, large, laughing (2nd place). Barbara Piecha / Poland: Exit. She will be thrown after the victory in the air, big. Camera goes with on the sled. Drive from Josef Feist coat / Austria falls at the finish, is second. Drive from Joseph Fendt / Berchtesgaden, large, after the victory.

07. St. Moritz: World Championship of competing launch Italia I, Germany I, and Switzerland II. various settings of the race. Germany I with Wolfgang room is 2. Rapid ride from Italy I with de Zordo. Spout Italia I. Gunther Sachs, big, given prices. The Italian team with their trophies, total.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Brandt, Willy; Chaban-Dalmas; Ertl, Josef; Laufer, Joseph; Mansholt, Sicco; Pompidou, George; Sachs, Gunther; Scheel, Walter; Schiller, Karl; Schmid, Carlo; Schütz, Klaus; Feistmantel, Josef; Fendt, Joseph; Piecha, Barbara; Schmuck, Christa; Zimmerer, Wolfgang; Zordo de

Places

Berlin; Nordholz in Cuxhaven; Europe; Hamburg; Paris; St. Moritz; Holland; King Lake

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Bobsleigh; Bundeswehr; Interviews; Justice; Karate; Europe, EDC, EEC; Forestry; Musical events; Tobogganing; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside); Animals (except dogs); Military; Crime; Agriculture; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen; Exhibitions; Judiciary; snow cars; Revolution; Agriculture; Military; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Dabei 706/1970

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
03.02.1970
Year of Production:
1970

Credits

Origin:
While agriculture farmer in Europe Green Week Berlin camera: Wiers EEC-report here up-to-date notes at the time of Chancellor Brandt b. Pompidou origin: Pathé journal, archive survival training for pilots camera: Wiers doing music pop in jail pop star Joseph Laufer sings in the penitentiary of Fuhlsbüttel camera: Rühe in sports the very-hard Korean martial arts origin: Polygoon Luge at Lake King origin: Fox pool four-man World Championships, St.Moritz origin: Cine journal at the beginning and end of total length

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