Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 26/1950 25.07.1950

Synopsis

1st war in Korea US troops leaving ship. U.S. soldiers marching on Highway tanks. Burning vehicle. Gunfire on Taejon. Bombing. Pilot in airplane cockpit. Bombs fall in aircraft bomb Bay. Aerial view of clouds of smoke of fires.
(36 m) 02. Göttingen: Bach exhibition on the 200th anniversary of the death paintings of Johann Sebastian Bach. Notes, handwritten scores. Vice Chancellor Blücher and Prime Minister Kopf go through exhibition.
(39 m) 3rd East Berlin: demonstration against United States parade of flags and large pictures of the Communist leaders. Took of SED and the maritime police.
(24 m) 04. England: maneuver use of modern weapons at maneuvers. Tank crosses the bridge. Aircraft. Flamethrower.
(16 m) 5th Bremen: reconstruction of Radio Bremen Roland. Building of Radio Bremen. In the Funkhaus Director of Gerdes and Senate President Kaisen at the opening. Interior of the studios.
(20 m) 06. Hamburg: topping-out ceremony of reception hall with real film Richtkranz is raised. Ursula Herking, laughing, great. Polishing speaks. Among the listeners of Max Brauer and citizenship President Schönfelder, half-close. Polishing drinking from glass and throws it to the ground. Clapping. Actuality: "may this Hall Hamburg and the real-life film in their struggle for the future of the German film bring glory and honour the Hanseatic town." Now I would like to smash the glass basically and wish all a happy hour."
(24 m) 7th Bonn: Katholikentag Cardinal Frings blessing crosses Street at top of procession and celebrated Pontifical high mass in the market place. People filling picture. Minister Lukaschek, half-close. People filling picture.
(24 m) 08 England: 94th birthday George Bernard Shaw of Shaw's estate. Shaw in conversation with wife wife is greeted by garden of his house, and enters the House.
(17 m) 09 France: tour de France field of cyclists on the track. Drive through towns and fields.
(23 m) 10 Berlin: gymnastics competition Germany - Finland Alfred Schwarzmann turns on the parallel bars. Altonen / Finland turns on the parallel bars. Jakob Kiefer turns on the pommel horse. Audience clapping. The two teams of Turner (44 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Altonen; Bach, Johann Sebastian; Blücher, Franz; Brauer, Max; Frings; Gerdes; Herking, Ursula; Kaisen, Wilhelm; Kopf, Hinrich; Lukaschek, Hans; Shaw, George Bernard; Schönfelder; Stalin, Josef; Kiefer, Jakob; Schwarzmann, Alfred

Places

Bremen; Göttingen; Korea; East Berlin; Hamburg; England; Bonn; Berlin; France

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Buildings in Germany; Bombs; DDR; Domestic events; filmmaking; Musical events; Parades; Posters, fonts, banners; cycling; Religious events; Radio, television; sports audience, sports spectator; Gymnastics; Korea war; Maneuver; Listener; Construction; Exhibitions; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 26/1950

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
25.07.1950
Year of Production:
1950

Credits

Origin:
Title brand Korea origin: Metro Joh.Seb.Bach (1685-1750) Göttingen camera: Stoll SED - parade camera: Obeng English maneuver origin: Pathe News Radio Bremen camera: Juppe topping real-life film camera: Stoll, reason, Obeng, Juppe Katholikentag camera: reason George Bernard Shaw origin: Pathe news Tour de France origin: Pathé journal Finnish gymnast in Berlin camera: Obeng final brand

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