Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 14/1950 02.05.1950
01 May 1 in East and West Berlin Berlin: red flags wave may move, white-clad girl. On the grandstand Ulbricht and Pieck Grothe welfare, total. Vopos at the Brandenburg Gate. West Berlin: Demonstration on the square of the Republic before the ruins of the Reichstag building. Federal Minister for all-German Affairs, Jakob Kaiser speaks (equality among the Nations). Interview: "we, the Germans, To want real freedom, we To want real equality. The humiliating consciousness of the second or even the Drittrangigkeit must be taken by the German people. Password, which requires stopping Communism means freedom, says justice means equality and means dignity for all peoples." Pan across rally. Clapping, half-close.
(51 m) 02 Bonn: Elly Heuss just gives press conference on mother's day journalists. Elly Heuss barely speaks, half-close. (Catastrophies). Images from Müttergenesungsheimen, women in lounge chairs and walking. Actuality: "namely, we spoke of the German Catastrophies and the fact that mother's day is celebrated on May 14." And that this time really take the mother's day for this Catastrophies in claims. The Müttergenesungswerk get the women out of their really terribly serious everyday, and we have seen that they have recovered in a very short time and again fresh and less nervous and less worked up to her family came back."
(21 m) 03. Chicago: warehouse fire burning warehouse. Poet smoke and fires.
(12 m) 4th Rome: the Countess on Arabian mare by Rome riding equestrian Countess Helene von Hohenau in Rome to ride over the Alps.
(13 m) 05 Windsor: ceremony of the Garter moving to the institution of the order of the Garter, lace King George and Queen Elisabeth. Princess Margaret Rose, Lord Halifax, Marshal Montgomery: (24 m) 06. Berlin: bear triplets at the Zoo the mother bear with her cubs. Bear cubs playing with each other (17 m) 07. Wembley: Cup final arsenal - Liverpool 2-0 game scenes. Arsenal shoots 1-0 into the far corner. Ball into the goal. Kick-off to the second half. Liverpool stormed. Game scenes in front of the arsenal goal. Arsenal shoots 2-0 in the return. King George presented the Cup captain of arsenal.
08 Hamburg: Riding and Steeplechasing different rider on the course. Viewers with cylinder.
(37 m) 9 Hannover: motorcycle racing in the Eilenriede start the sidecar machines up to 600 cc race. Driving through curves. Winner Böhm-Fuchs. Georg Meier, large, and Heiner Fleischmann, great. Start the 500 cc solo machines. Race. A spectator holds to the ears. Meier leads the race ahead of Fleischmann. In the final laps, overtaken Heiner Fleischmann and as winner by the target.
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Elizabeth von England ; Georg VI. von England ; Grotewohl, Otto ; Lord Halifax ; Heuss-Knapp, Elli ; Hohenau von, Helene ; Kaiser, Jakob ; Margaret von England ; Montgomery, Bernhard ; Pieck, Wilhelm ; Ulbricht, Walter ; Fuchs, Anke
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; DDR ; Domestic events ; Fire ; Football ; motor sports ; Medals, awards, honors ; Press, press conferences ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Reviews ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Animals (except dogs) ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Listener ; Trade unions ; Sports honors ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 14/1950
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand 1 may in Berlin camera: Obeng, Gerzer woman Heuss to mother's day camera: Stoll blaze in Chicago origin: Metro garter origin: Pathe news rider Countess in Rome camera: Schuller Bärenbabies from Berlin camera: Obeng REIT and Steeplechasing in Flottbek camera: Stoll, reason, Juppe motorcycle racing in Eilenriede camera: Stoll, reason, Wolf end brand
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