Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 34/1950 19.09.1950

Synopsis

01-new location in Korea newspaper headlines of the US offensive. Flying bomber. Aerial photographs of bombing strikes in Inchon in Seoul. Gunfire.
(21 m) 02. inauguration of new EMS bridge near empty new EMS bridge near empty is opened to traffic. The large swing bridge. Labor Minister Kubel, Lower Saxony, Germany, at the lectern, half-close. Kubel reveals commemorative plaque named Jann Berhaus bridge. Kubel cuts through band and receives flowers presented by Ostfriesin.
(32 m) 03 50 years Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg the Deutsche Schauspielhaus with lighted font. Guests in the foyer. Solid performance of Goethe's Iphigenie. Play it: Ighigenie in - Lieselotte Schreiner, Orest - Horst Caspar, King: Günther Hadank: original sound. King: "... the naked sword" Iphigenia: "the bread not profane apartment by rage and murder: stop commands your people." Hear the Priestess, sister!" Orest: "tell, which threatens us me, who is?" Iphigenia: "adore him, the King, who was my second father. Forgive me, my brother, but my kids heart has put our whole skill in my hand. Understood I saved your stop and my soul by the betrayal." Story 3 and 4:27 yards (25 m) 03 United States: go girl with sashes of the individual countries election of Miss America runway. Miss America gets Crown.
(27 m) 04. Italy: election of Miss Europe Miss Italy in a bikini on catwalk, Susanne Erichsen, Miss Germany. Winner Miss Austria.

05. Atlantic City. Ice Revue danced Ballet on the ice. Funny deposit in a bear costume. Solo dancer's Pirouette.
(25 m) 6th United States: nuclear fighter bomber B-36 B-36 jet propeller aircraft during the takeoff and flight.
(18 m) 7th week of the German movie facades of movie theaters in Hamburg: Thalia Theatre, Capitol, Harvestehude lighting effects. Hannover: Premiere: "The man who wanted to live twice" Olga Tschechowa surrounded by audience. Frankfurt: Premiere: "Black Forest girl" Sonja Ziemann, Rudolf Prack, Hans Richter bowing on stage. Special postmark of the post Office on the occasion of the premiere. Hans Richter stamped postcards. Sonja Ziemann in stamping.
(32 m) 08 Ecircle "Listen" rotation machine is running. Main editor of listen Eduard Rhein presents the 1,000,000 copy Axel Springer head of Publisher. Original sound. Eduard Rhein: "the 1,000,000 copy is so Mr. Springer, probably." Axel Springer: "thank you very much, Mr Rhein, but today there are already 1.055.712 copies."
(26 m) 9 racing formula 2 cars on the borderland ring racer in cars, half-close. Start of 5 cars. Karl Kling on Veritas carries and moves the quickest lap time record. Target flag is waved. Prime Minister Arnold kill winner Karl Kling the wreath.
(35 m) 10 Munich: Oktoberfest the Fairgrounds, total. Balloons. Rotating oxen and chicken on skewers. Beer drinkers with mugs. Carousels. Roller coaster. Kettenkarussel. People on slide.
(35 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Arnold, Karl ; Caspar, Horst ; Erichsen, Susanne ; Hadank, Günther ; Kubel ; Prack, Rudolf ; Rhein, Eduard ; Richter, Hans ; Springer, Axel ; Schreiner, Lieselotte ; Tschechowa, Olga ; Ziemann, Sonja ; Kling, Karl

Places

Empty ; Hamburg ; Korea ; Hanover ; Frankfurt ; United States ; Bonn ; Atlantic City ; Italy ; Munich ; Border ring

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; Bombs ; filmmaking ; aircraft ; motor sports ; News, communications ; Postal, postal services ; Press, press conferences ; beauty pageants ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; Korea war ; Cultural events ; festivals ; Revues ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Construction ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Sports honors ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

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Title:

Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 34/1950

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
19.09.1950
Year of Production:
1950

Credits

Origin:
Title brand Korea inauguration of EMS bridge (Leer / Ostfriesland) camera: Juppe origin: Tele News 50 years hamburger Schauspielhaus camera: Stoll beauty competition, United States + Italy camera: Schuller origin: Metro ice Revue i. Atlantic City origin: Metro B 36 nuclear fighter bomber origin: Metro film week camera: Stoll, reason, Juppe a millionaire ("listen!")
Camera: Stoll Grenzland-ring race camera: basic October meadow camera: Hafner final brand

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Susanne Erichsen Becomes the First Miss Germany of the Federal Republic of Germany (September 2, 1950)

Susanne Erichsen is one of the first German models to become an international top model. Her post-war storybook career almost seems like an allegory for Germany’s defeat and resurgence.

Susanne Erichsen is born as Susanne Firle in Berlin in 1925. Her mother comes from a lower middle class family, her stepfather is a talented engineer who moves the family to Leningrad for a few years. She spends the war in Berlin. Shortly after the end of the war she marries a Norwegian man named Sven Erichsen. They make plans to move to Norway together but are deported to the Soviet Union. They are separated and never see each other again. After two years of hard labour to rebuild Stalinogorsk Susanne Erichsen returns to the German capital in 1947. During a visit to Munich the fashion journalist Lore Wolf discovers her. She begins to work as a mannequin and photo model. While vacationing on the island of Sylt in the early summer of 1950 she participates in the beauty contest of Schleswig Holstein and wins. In September she goes on to win the Miss Germany beauty contest in Baden-Baden. Less than a week later she participates in the Miss Europe pageant in Rimini, Italy. From now on photographers are smitten with the tall brunette women with the almond shaped eyes and high cheekbones. In 1952 she travels to the USA as an “ambassador of German fashion”. Fascinated by her un-German looks and her tragic story the American press comes up with the name “Fräuleinwunder.” She ends up staying in New York for more than 10 years, where she makes more money in an hour than a German worker in an entire month. After her return to Berlin she founds her own fashion label and mannequin and model school. In 2002 she dies as a result of a stroke.

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