Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 19/1950 06.06.1950
01. the Regensburger domspatzen Regensburg Cathedral, totally, and in settings. The Regensburger domspatzen go to the Cathedral and sing.
(39 m) 02 Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick takes the Office of the British High Commissioner in Germany, Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick's interview in his London Office o-ton: "the weekly news gives me a welcome opportunity to convey my greetings to many old friends in Germany, and many that I do Not yet know,. We live in hard times, but there is no reason to despair, if we show courage and determination, then we can recover again the position our old Europe, that it took earlier in the world. Much has been done in recent times, but A lot must still be done before we can say that the recovery of in Germany and Europe is really secured. I'll try my share of this great task, which is all of us, to make understanding and perseverance."
(34 m) 03. Historic Festival in Rothenburg ob der Tauber town image. The market place. The city wall. Commemoration of the protection of the city in the 30-year-old war by Tilly. Mayor takes master trunk out of the beaker. Historical costumes. McCloy, the American High Commissioner, at the ceremony.
(21 m) 04. Hamburg: fashion show Jaques Fath Atlantic neon Atlantic. Mannequins of Jaques Fath on the catwalk. Bright Street gown with long black gloves. Afternoon dress. Sporty dress and jacket. Evening dresses with pleated tulle, large neck frills. Wedding dress. As viewers Albrecht Saenz, large, and film producer Walter Koppel.
(44 m) 5th German diplomats for Paris and London the Bundeshaus in Bonn. The Eiffel Tower of Paris. Consul General for Paris Dr. William Wallace stone at his cry table, great. The Tower Bridge London. Dr. Hans snake Schöningen, Consul-General in London, speaks. Actuality: "a German reconstruction and a construction of Western Europe is not possible without mutual trust, and if we really To want a lasting peace, as the German people burning wishes him then that will go only by the peoples unanimously and decent work to the same destination together."
(13 m) 06 Düsseldorf: Heuss at the life insurance companies Heuss at the lectern, half-close. Among the listeners of construction Minister Wildermuth. Richtkranz on House. New building block.
(18 m) 07. Hamburg: Soapbox race start. Soapbox. Winner is carried on shoulders.
(20 m) 08 Thai Boxer before the fight the boxers in the ring kneel down and call the gods. Fight with boxing and kicking. Boxer goes out (19 m) 09 Düsseldorf: bald competition man polished bald head with a towel. Bald head is sheared. Skinheads. Liane Haid gives winners kiss on the bald head. Marina Ried, laughing, great. Rudolf Platte, big. Marina Ried kisses bald. Lipstick mouth on bald head.
(19 m) 10. Hamburg: International swimming competitions 100 m crawl men: start, turn. Werner Ditzinger, Braunschweig WINS and gets out of the water. Art and diving: Different jumps normally and in slow motion.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen; Buildings in Germany; Boxes; Domestic events; Interviews; Musical events; Night; Reviews; Joke; Swimming; Soapbox; Townscapes: Germany; diving; Kissing, kissing scenes; festivals; Competitions; Fashion; Construction; Buildings in Europe; construction; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 19/1950
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand of Regensburger domspatzen camera: Stoll Kirkpatrick origin: Pathe news Rothenburg ob der Tauber, camera: Gerzer fashion show Jaques Fath, Hotel Atlantic camera: Stoll, Juppe Hausen stone camera: Gallardo snake - Schöningen camera: Stoll Heuß - insurance camera: basic Soapbox camera: tilt Siam boxes origin: Metro bald competition camera: basic swimming contest, Hamburg camera: Stoll, Juppe end brand
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