Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 49/1951 02.01.1951

Synopsis

01 new year's reception speech of the President and the Chancellor three cameras from the front. Heuss speaking is missing (interview), half close: Adenauer going half-close to the Bundeshaus. Burgee of the Federal Chancellor, great. Adenauer speaking before the Bundestag: Interview: "Our policy is only a target have to serve the cause of peace and to keep the peace." Deputies clapping.
(26 m) 02 burial by Cardinal Konrad Graf of Preysing Preysing laid out. Transferring to St. Sebastian to the St. Hedwig cemetery in the eastern sector. On the funeral train churchmen, and many participants of the population.
(34 m) 03 Helgoland: young German on the island in protest against bombing of newspaper headlines stopped aerial bombs on Heligoland. The rocks of the island. Bombed island. The island crew with the European flag.
(35 m) 04. Brussels: Eisenhower Commander-in-Chief of the NATO Conference in Brussels, Eisenhower, half close, speaks as new Commander of the NATO interview: "what we did so far was too little and we did this a few too slowly."
(15 m) 5th Korea: withdrawal of UN troops from the Hungnam bridgehead in North Korea blasting and large explosive cloud, UN soldiers destroy war material. Food is distributed to the population. UN troops go aboard ship.
(20 m) 06. Hamburg: China Germans return wave. Returning China-German beyond gangway by Irish ship. Federal press Chief of Twardowski welcomed the returnees. Welcome by relatives.
(23 m) 07 Paris: evening fashion mannequins make evening dresses. Velvet dress with Ruffles. Evening scarf about lingerie. Evening hut. Sequin dress. Among the spectators Madame Bidault, smacking. Tulle dress.
(24 m) 8th flea circus fleas pulling small cars and dancing. Fleas sit on arm and drink. Viewers scratching.
(21 m) 09. Paris: Katherine Dunham and Caribbean dance group performance of the Negro dance group with dancers, drummers and dancers.
(14 m) 10 Madrid: Eintracht Frankfurt - shoots through left winger Athletico Madrid 4:3 Frankfurt 1:1 Spain shoots ball over goal. Spain shoots 2-1. After a few minutes, Frankfurt compensates. Shot on goal. Spain 3:2 victory 4:3 for Frankfurt.
(30 m) 11 Garmisch: ski jumping the Olympic ski jump. Ski jumper on the Hill. Skis and ski bindings, great. Jumps. Fall. Sepp Weiler jumps 81 m and WINS.
(38 m)

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Adenauer, Konrad; Bidault, George; Dunham, Katherine; Eisenhower, Dwight; Freysing von, Konrad; Heuss, Theodor; Twardowski von; Weiler, Sepp

Places

Helgoland; Bonn; Hamburg; Korea; Paris; Brussels; Berlin; Garmisch-Partenkirchen; Madrid

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen; Demonstrations; Returnees, evacuees, Outlander; Domestic events; cameramen, cameramen; Football; News, communications; Photographers; Press, press conferences; Shipping; Ski, skiing, ski jumping; Sports details, fouls; sports facilities; Dance; Animals (except dogs); Deaths, funerals; Korea war; People; Fashion; NATO; 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 49/1951

Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
02.01.1951
Year of Production:
1951

Credits

Origin:
Title brand Heuss and Adenauer z.n.Jahre camera: basic cardinal Freysing (dead) camera: Obeng Helgoland camera: Stoll, Krimmel origin: newspaper heads of Eisenhower origin: Metro Korea origin: Tele News China - German camera: Stoll Paris fashion origin: Pathé journal flea circus origin: Pathé journal Negro dances origin: Pathé Journal sports soccer: Frankfurt/Madrid origin: No. do ski jump Garmisch camera: Hafner, cooking end brand

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