Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 55/1951 13.02.1951
1 Hamburg: Interview with General Ramcke reporter interviewed the General Ramcke who fled from France. O-ton: Reporter: "Mr. General, you have given their word of honor not to flee from France?" R: "no, I have never a word given." Reporter: "why did you leave France?" R: "I want everyone's attention with my flight, to the future of Europe seriously... "(23 m) 02 Rhöndorf: priestly ordination for Paul Adenauer Adenauer immediately next to his son Paul in priest clothes." Girl with headgear Paul Adenauer. Paul Adenauer leads procession, in the train of Konrad Adenauer.
(25 m) 03 Hamburg: Japanese ship in the port of people waving aboard the Pacific Maru. Port workers waving from the country. The ship is located at the quay. German guests on board gift present the Japanese captain. Victor de Kowa and Michi Tanaka with Japanese officers during tour of Hagenbeck. Victor de Kowa unpacks pennant as a gift and presented to him. Victor de Kowa, Michi Tanaka and Japanese sailors as a spectator at the feeding of the seals.
(27 m) 04 Neuss: Indian fakirs of six year old boy puts on fragments. Board is laid over it. Motorcycle driver drives on board. Boy Get up. People clap. Fakir lies down. Board is placed over his head. VW transporter goes over Board.
(33 m) 05. Brazil: inauguration of Vargas, Getulio Vargas, Präsident Präsident runs through Rio de Janeiro, accompanied by guards on horseback. Cheering people throwing confetti.
(19 m) 06. Chile: jungle clearing lumber when cutting down giant rainforest trees. Trees fall. Removal of the tribes. Processing in the sawmill.
(23 m) 07. England: Navy tested helicopters of flying helicopters. Pilot in the helicopter. Landing on the landing platform ship.
(21 m) 8th Cairo: horse racing audience on the Racecourse in Arab costume. Horse racing. Finish.
(17 m) 9 England: Folk Festival crowd on the road. Football is thrown among people. Hustle to the ball.
(22 m) 10 Berlin: Berlin - Zurich 2-2 football game at the Olympic Stadium. Swiss attack. Goalkeeper keeps. Attack of the Berlin players. Shot on goal 1:0 foul in the Berlin area. Penalty for the Switzerland 1:1. The Switzerland shoots the 2:2 (28 m) 11 Hamburg, light heavyweight: Dieter Hucks beats Hoepner knockout ring in the Ernst Merck Halle. Hucks violently attacking at the start and Hoepner to ground. Hoepner stands up again at 4. Heavy shock Exchange. Hucks hits with both hands. Hoepner must in the second round again to the ground. As a spectator Hein ten Hoff, half-close. Attacking Hoepner and Hucks to ground. Hoepner throws in the attack, Hucks with left hook Hoepner again to the ground. Gong strike rescues Hoepner, who is but not carries to the next round. Carers carry him into a corner. Hucks Hoepner's shaking hands.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Interviews ; Forestry ; Football ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Religious events ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Animals (except dogs) ; War, prisoners of war ; festivals ; Foreign policy events ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Architecture ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 55/1951
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Title brand case r camera: Stoll priestly ordination in Rhöndorf, son of Konrad Adenauer's priest camera: basic Japanese Ship in Hamburg (Vict. De KOWA and wife.)
Camera: Stoll Yoga Dixon camera: reason President Vargas origin: Tele News lumberjack in Chile origin: Metro racing in Cairo origin: Metro helicopter origin: Pathe news ur football in England origin: Pathe news soccer: Berlin Zurich camera: Obeng boxes: Hucks Hoeppner camera: Stoll, p final brand
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