UFA-Dabei 871/1973 03.04.1973

Synopsis

01 Helsinki: Security Conference Helsinki cityscape: South port, Cathedral and several streets. Dipoli Conference building. Finnish police. Zara from the inside. Modern architecture. From cars, Conference participants get off and walk into the building. Zara from the outside. Interview with Dr. Guido Brunner interview: "we To want the relaxation process on broad-based advance. We now take the step of relaxation among the individual States to the total relaxation between East and West. It comes that even citizens have some of this process. It comes that the human contacts be improved and that more security is created. And we must now advance the patient work. We have to convince the other side that no one should remember to replace the system of the other. It comes just to create a better condition for the people of Europe into West and East."
(53 m) 02 Beirut and surrounding modern high-rise buildings on the beach. Water skiers. Temple ruins. Life on the streets. Modern Beach hotel. Skiing in the mountains. Ski lift. The city of Baalbeck, with huge Temple complexes. Well-preserved Corinthian columns.
(55 m) 03 Heiligenhafen: burial at sea of Fehmarn bridge. Tempered water at the bow of the vessel. Radar. The URN on the command bridge. The farewell speech on deck o-ton: "the deceased wished for a sailor's grave. He wanted no Denkstein, no grave, no claim to the living. He has wished for his ashes the extinction in the wide sea. The return to the timelessness of the homecoming in the sea from which all life has come. He knew it can go down the track of my Earth days not in eons. His desire I hand over his ashes the sea." The urn with the wreath of flowers go away slowly. The owner of the funeral vessel of the St original sound: "I believe that this desire not only by me from a business sense is intended, but has to do also Very much A lot with romance. Romance to the Lake, the water in the water. This romantic idea you can give place but actually also."
(69 m) 4 Germany: race the Interserie at the Nürburgring Turbo race car on the track. Willy Kauhsen about his Porsche Turbo actuality: "the car has so enormous acceleration values. It accelerates from 0 to 100 in 2.2 seconds, from 0 to 200 in 5.4 seconds and from 0 to 300 in 11.1 seconds." A turbocharged engine. The Finn Leo Kinnunen car No. of 1 Kauhsen has the No. 2. various settings during the race. Kauhsen WINS. Transport Minister Lauritz Lauritzen award presented at the award ceremony.
(81 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Brunner, Guido; Lauritzen, Lauritz; Ster von der; Kauhsen, Willi; Kinnunen, Leo

Places

Beirut; FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY; Helsinki; Heiligenhafen

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Buildings in Germany; Leisure, recreation; motor sports; Police; Townscapes: Asia; Townscapes: Europe; Technology; Deaths, funerals; Art; Water; Foreign policy events; Buildings in Asia; construction; Technology; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Dabei 871/1973

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
03.04.1973
Year of Production:
1973

Credits

Origin:
Security Conference in Helsinki camera: Rühe interview: Dr. Brunner camera: Luppa, Rühe Beirut and its surroundings camera: Rühe burial at sea camera: Ahsendorf 1.Rennen of the Interserie at the Nürburgring camera: fire Rühe, Luppa, Jackson at the beginning and end of total length

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