Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 16/1950 16.05.1950


01 Oberammergau: passionsspiele 1950 small houses of the village and Church. The performance: Entry of Jesus and the disciples in Jerusalem. Jesus riding on a donkey. Expulsion of the high priests and traders from the temple. Interview: "the Kingdom of God will be taken from you, and it will be given a people Which one brings its fruit. Every stone but, falling on him, will pound on him, and on whom he falls, he will crush." People cheering "Hosanna".
(54 m) 02. Modern art of Kurt Lehmann before his plastic "The Crouching". Professor Baumeister, Stuttgart, designs fabric and decoration patterns. Builder lines design, close-up.
(36 m) 03. London: meeting of Foreign Ministers Foreign Minister Schumann in conversation with Dean Acheson. Ernest Bevin at the negotiating table. (Integration in Germany into the Western community, revision of the status of the crew, ending the State of war).
(16 m) 04. Spain: Folk Festival to commemorate the defeat of the moors of festive procession in historical costume. Battle of the Christians against the Moors.
(34 m) 05. Hamburg: Hagenbeck Kauendes camel, big camel baby. 2 days-old camel baby on wobbling legs. Small camel next to the mother. Drink.
(19 m) 06 Bangkok: Bhumipol Sirikit wedding wedding procession. Bhumipol is carried in a litter. On the balcony waving Bhumipol and Sirikit, total.
(16 m) 07. With the submarine in the Arctic ice bodies of the U boat cruise in the Arctic. Seals on ice floes.
(14 m) 8 New York: HSV in the United States feed of the team of HSV in Stadium. German costume groups in the invasion. Play against a selection of the German American Football Association. HSV won with 4:1 (34 m) 9 Berlin: 35 viewers at the Waldbühne, swivel box Conny Rux against Lloyd Marshall in the forest stage. The boxing ring. 1st round: beat change Rux Marshall. As referee Max Schmeling: Rux, attacking and hitting Marshall the eyebrow, now view disabled counters. 2nd round: Marshall is late to the battle. Rux boxes superior. On the advice of the judges, Marshall gives up after the 2nd round. Winner by technical knockout: Conny Rux.
(70 m) 10 United States: Kentucky Derby cameramen on the roof of the grandstand. Start with start machine. Race. It wins middleground.
(29 m)

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Acheson, Dean ; Baumeister ; Bevin, Ernest ; Bhumipol von Thailand ; Lehmann, Kurt ; Sirikit ; Schuman, Robert ; Marshall, Lloyd ; Rux, Conny ; Schmeling, Max


Bangkok ; Heidelberg ; Arctic ; Oberammergau, Germany ; London ; Spain ; United States ; Berlin ; New York


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Higher education ; Football ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Religious events ; Reviews ; Shipping ; Sports details, fouls ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Townscapes: Germany ; Animals (except dogs) ; Art ; Works of art ; festivals ; Foreign policy events ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion


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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 16/1950

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

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Title brand passion plays in Oberammergau camera: Stoll, Gerzer Lehmann Baumeister (modern art) camera: fire, Stoll Foreign Ministers Conference in London origin: Pathe news Spain - folk festival origin: No. do camel at Hagenbeck camera: Juppe wedding in Siam origin: Pathé journal-class submarine in the Arctic origin: Pathe news HSV in America origin: Metro boxes: Rux-Marshall camera: Obeng Kentucky Derby origin: Metro final brand

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