Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 56/1951 20.02.1951
01 Memorial Day 1951 Bonn: Car driving before. Adenauer's getting out. Greeting a COP, big. Heuss's arrival, immediately. Adenauer is next to Director Dr. Klaiber to the wreath-laying ceremony at the graves of POWs in the North Cemetery. Wreath loop "The Chancellor", great. Wreaths at the cemetery.
(47 m) 02 Dr. Hans Böckler + Hans Böckler at the laying of the foundation stone of "Hans of Böckler settlement" in Neumünster. Balling in conversation with workers. Flag at the Union House in Düsseldorf is at half-mast. Böcklers desk. Crape image Hans Böcklers. Telegrams from all over the world.
03. cinematographer Bernhard Juppe + photo Bernhard Juppe. Juppe behind rotating camera, great. Excerpts from his sports reports: horse racing. Football. Car race. Motorcycle racing. Bicycle race. Ski jumping. Diving. Coffin on Norwegian steamer. Burial in the sea.
(29 m) 04 German ships carry back the national flag, the signal flag is lowered to ship. Hoisting of national flag black red-gold.
(14 m) 5th Tehran: Shah Soraya under AGA Khan wedding guests, wedding half-close. Soraya and the Shah to the wedding table. The Begum.
(17 m) 06. Korea: American jet fighters in use (17.6 m) start of jets season. Fire fighter in use. Flame bomb-dropping.
(17.6 m) 7th Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz: 50.000. diesel tractor Assembly. The 50.000. diesel tractor. Director of speech. Diesel tractor runs from assembly line.
(21 m) 8th Nuremberg: polar bear triplets polar bear enclosure. Little bear on the arm by guards. Polar bear baby drinking from bottle and weigh on baby scales.
(21 m) 9th circus Krone elephants on rocker. Horse dressage. Artist makes head Kopfstand on high bar. Musikalclowns. Pony runs under the belly of the horse through. Juggler. Seal training. Bear drives on a motor scooter.
(35 m) 10 ice hockey: Prussia Krefeld - Bates Lewis bloomstone (United States) 10-5 game on rain-flooded space. Storm game, shots on goal, and falls.
(32 m) 11. Münster: Attacks Borussia Preußen Münster - Borussia Dortmund 1-1, but clarifies the goalkeeper. Tee-off from the gate. Game on soaked ground. Spectators under blankets and umbrellas. Excited and relieved a spectator. Shot on Jarpenguin goal, but goalkeeper holds. Boy blowing trumpet. Scoring will not be accepted. Goalkeeper is located next to ball into the goal. Shot on goal 1: Bell 1 spectators.
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Persons in the Film
Adenauer, Konrad ; Die Begum ; Böckler, Hans ; Heuss, Theodor ; Juppe, Bernhard ; Khan, Aga ; Klaiber ; Reza Pahlevi von Persien ; Soraya von Persien
Düsseldorf ; Korea ; Tehran ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Bonn ; Hamburg ; Cologne ; Münster ; Krefeld
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; Higher education ; Industry ; Domestic events ; cameramen, cameramen ; Football ; Photographers ; Police ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Animals (except dogs) ; Deaths, funerals ; Korea war ; automotive engineering, automotive ; wreath stoppages ; War Memorial ; war graves ; Circus ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Hockey ; Anniversaries, Jubilees, birthdays ; Trade unions ; Industrial ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 56/1951
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand Memorial Day and Dr. h. c. Böckler camera: Basic, basic Bernhard Juppe + camera: P, Thiessen change of flag camera: Stoll wedding Shah of Persia origin: Pathé journal jet fighter over Korea origin: Metro Deutz diesel tractor camera: reason polar bear triplets camera: Kang circus Krone camera: Cook ice hockey: Krefeld - United States Prussia camera: basic football: Münster-Borussia Dortmund camera: Stoll, Stoll final brand
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