Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 58/1951 06.03.1951
01-modern weapons in the United States and England tanks on freight cars leave the factory. Tanks drive through water. Flying US aircraft. Paratroopers jump off. English soldiers with flamethrowers device. Rocket shot.
(22 m) 02.-Paris: fashion show in 2 centuries dolls in historical costumes and mannequins, the fashions in the style of the centuries.
(28 m) 03 Frankfurt: inauguration of the peace bridge Mayor Dr. Kolb on the lectern, half-close. Prime Minister Dr. Tin on the lectern, half-close. Kolb cuts through band and goes with Tin and accompaniment over the bridge. Kolb drink "Appelwoi". Traffic on the newly opened bridge.
(25 m) 04. Ernst Reuter in the Reuter's United States down aircraft stairs. Reuter's interview on the airfield, o-ton: "I am happy that I'm back in the United States and that I have opportunity to speak not only with many of my friends in a number of American cities, but that Me too will have the opportunity to discuss all the things that are of special significance and importance for us in Berlin with the responsible statesmen in Washington and I hope", to be able to soon you new sign."
(15 m) 5th London: German students in England pupils and students during tour of London. Big Ben, Westminster. Welcome in front of the Parliament building by the former Minister of Germany Mr. Hynd and Lord Pakenham (19 m) 06 Düsseldorf: reception for Ria Baran and Paul Falk train arriving on station. Crowd. RIA Baran and Paul Falk in the compartment door. Welcome by the Mayor. RIA Baran and Paul Falk go with flowers, cherished hockey sticks. The silver Laurel leaf, big. Heuss presented silver Laurel Baran/Falk.
(15 m) 07. Hamburg: contract signing boxing Hein ten Hoff - Tiger Jones Ten Hoff and Tiger Jones sign the contract for boxing at the Berliner Waldbühne. Woman comes with son on the arm, which gives the hand Tiger Jones ten Hoff. Ten Hoff takes his son on the arm. Handshake Hein ten Hoff ever Jones.
(21 m) 08 Festival in Puerto Rico drummers. Dance couple dances.
(11 m) 09 Florida: Dolphin dressage Dolphin dives after wood and jump through hoops.
(13 m) 10 United States: Jet helicopter nozzles are mounted on wings by helicopter. Helicopter launches and flies.
(17 m) 11 Miami Beach: diving diver. Mary Cunningham during the jump. Miller Anderson jumps. ZL (18 m) 12 Florida: motorcycle racing in the dunes motorcycle racing. Fall in the dunes. Clouds of dust. Ride over the finish line. Flag is waved.
(17 m) 13 Oberstdorf: ski jumping spectators on the way to the ski jump. Ski jumper. Tauno Luiro / Finland, at the start. Ski jumper. Spectators, half-close. Falls. Tauno Luiro winner gives autographs.
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Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; Boxes ; Interviews ; skydiving, skydiving ; motor sports ; Schools, training ; Swimming ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Sports details, fouls ; Spoprt-Ehrungen ; sports audience, sports spectator ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; diving ; festivals ; Weapons ; Circus ; Flugzeugwesen, Flugwesen ; Fashion ; Construction ; Autographs ; Buildings in Europe ; Sports honors ; 14 find book new German newsreel slow motion
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Neue Deutsche Wochenschau 58/1951
Die Zeit unter der Lupe (Other title)
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- Federal Republic of Germany
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- Title brand new weapons origin: Pathé news, Metro old weapons (fashion) origin: Pathé journal peace bridge (Frankfurt) camera: basic Reuter in United States origin: Metro German pupils in England origin: film section Baran-Falk in Düsseldorf camera: reason Baran-Falk at Heuss camera: basic Treaty ten Hoff - camera: Stoll Festival in Puerto Rico origin: Metro Dolphin origin: Metro Jet helicopter origin: Metro American Olympic jumpers origin: Metro - motorcycle origin: Metro ski week in Oberstorf camera: Hafner, cooking end brand
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